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For What It’s Worth by Karey White

Twenty-four year-old, Abby Benson has dreams of owning her own wedding cake shop. An inheritance from her aunt gives her the ability to make those dreams come true. She hires Dane, a handsome contractor, to help her get the bakery up and running and soon they’re moving toward their own happy ending.

Unsure what to charge for her cakes, Abby has a crazy idea to let the customer decide what they think their cake is worth. This plan has its ups and downs, but the novelty of the idea makes her a local celebrity. When she is interviewed on television about the unusual idea, business booms and Abby has cake adventures she never dreamed possible. But as her fame grows, Abby is swept up in a whirlwind that threatens everything she values. With the challenges that face her, will she be able to determine what is worth the most?

Praise for For What It’s Worth

Reading Karey White’s books, like eating chocolate cake, is always satisfying and brings a smile to my face. For What It’s Worth is light, romantic, and delicious. It’s a great pleasure read. Sit down and get lost in the charming world of wedding cakes and love. As an added bonus, each chapter  starts with a recipe, so it’s a novel and cookbook all in one. A fun read!
—Teri Harman, KSL columnist, Studio 5 contributor, and author of Blood Moon, available June 22, 2013

I just loved the book – loved it. Hated putting it down and hated finishing it. Karey White is my new Maeve Binchy, her writing as warm as the bakery her novel is set in. For What It’s Worth surprised me, made me smile, say “no” out loud in a public place. I love when a character feels like my sister. I didn’t want to finish it, so now I may try the recipes that began every chapter.
—Amanda Dickson, author and radio personality

This book oozes charm, romance, and mouth-watering recipes. If you want to escape reality and curl up with a darling story, For What It’s Worth is the perfect fit. Thank you, Karey White!
—Rachael Anderson, author

This is a book worth every penny of the price. In the business of baking wedding cakes, every detail must be perfection, but this story remembers that real life is oh-so-messy. White’s clear and honest writing left me hungry for good food, a close family, and a little romance. A beautiful marriage of food, family, and faith.
—Regina Sirois, author of On Little Wings, 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award

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Author Karey White

Karey White grew up in Utah, Idaho, Oregon, and Missouri. She attended Ricks College and Brigham Young University. Her first novel, Gifted, was a Whitney Award Finalist.

She loves to travel, read, bake treats, and spend time with family and friends. She and her husband are the parents of four great children. She teaches summer creative writing courses to young people and is currently working on her next book.

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Tour Schedule

December 4th
I Am A Reader, Not A Writer – Tour Kick Off

December 5th
Book Blast – Multiple Blogs

December 6th
Cuzinlogic – Author Interview
Rachael Renee Anderson – Review & Excerpt
Froze8’s Blog – Tens List
Min Reads & Reviews – Review
LDS Women’s Book Review – Review

December 7th
Peace from Pieces – Author Interview
Romance Book Junkie – Review
Monique Morgan – Guest Post & Excerpt

December 8th
A Purrfect Read – Excerpt
Bibliophilia Please – Tens List
Parafantasy – Excerpt

December 9th
The Young Folks – Tens List
At Random – Review & Guest Post
Getting Your Read On – Review & Excerpt

December 10th
Natural Hair Latina – Excerpt
Every Free Chance – Review & Guest Post
My Word Paintings – Guest Post & Review
Fantasy Books – Author Interview

December 11th
Literary Time Out – Review & Excerpt
The Book Bug – Tens List & Review
YA’s Dogtown – Guest Post
Me and Reading – Review

December 12th
Laurie’s Thoughts & Reviews – Excerpt & Author Interview
Home Maid Simple – Review
Cindy Bennett – Review & Author Interview
Books, Books the Magical Fruit – Interview
Love. Pray. Read. – Review

December 13th
Jean Book Nerd – Excerpt & Guest Post
Where Fantasy & Love Take Flight – Tens List
Walking on Bookshelves – Guest Post & Review
Gobs and Gobs of Books – Guest Post

December 14th
Jenuine Cupcakes – Review & Excerpt
Oh the Books You’ll Read – Excerpt & Review
MK McClinktock – Author Interview
Books with Cass – Review

December 15th
Under the Hat – Excerpt & Tens List
Storeybook Reviews – Excerpt & Review
Mommy Adventures with Ravina – Review

December 16th
Kaisy Daisy’s Corner – Review & Tens List
The Lucky Ladybug – Tens List & Excerpt
Susan Heim on Writing – Excerpt

December 17th
A Book a Day – Tens List
Lena Sledge – Guest Post
Bookworm Lisa – Review & Excerpt

December 18th
The Busy Bibliophile – Review
A Diary of a Book Addict – Guest Post & Review

December 19th
The Bookish Mama – Review
Books and Needlepoint – Review
Geo Librarian – Review + Interview

December 20th
LDS and Lovin’ It – Review + Guest Post
My Devotional Thoughts – Review & Guest Post
Paulette’s Papers – Excerpt
Reviewing Shelf – Review

December 21st
Rachelle’s Writing Spot – Review
Why Not? Because I Said So – Review
Reader Girls – Review

December 22nd
Bookshelf Confessions – Tens List
Beck Valley Books – Interview