Divorce isn't for the weak.
The only thing flat about the mountainous ski resort in Winter Park, Colorado is Andie Banks' wallet... and the cookies she bakes. Recently divorced from a mega-wealthy attorney who stealthily bargained everything away from her, Andie is left with the Colorado house, their angry daughter, Chelsea, and their huge, anxiety-ridden St. Bernard, Ralph.
Andie's highest priority is to get her sweet Chelsea back. The one who would openly laugh and help others when she was younger. Of course, Andie also needs to figure out how to make a living on her own. Unfortunately, she has no training, no college degree, and, apparently, no baking skills either.
With the help of her new friends, Andie faces the biggest challenges of her life – her daughter leaving Andie to go live with the lousy ex, opening a bakery while still struggling with the high altitude glitches, and trusting a new man – a ski instructor who is far more athletic than Andie.
Despite her good intentions, Andie isn't sure she is as strong or as independent as she thought. After all, how can she possibly climb out of mountains of debt or fall in love with an avid skier if she can't even walk a block in these mountains without wheezing?
Read Mountains Of Dough for a fresh breath of high-altitude air.