Tuesday, September 20, 2011

How Sweet It Is by Sophie Gunn { Review}



How Sweet It is
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Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Forever




Single mom Lizzie Bea Carpenter learned long ago that no white knight was coming to save her. A hardworking waitress at the local diner, she's raising her daughter to be like the independent women in her "Enemy Club"—high school rivals turned best friends, promising to always tell each other the whole truth and nothing but!

Yet part of Lizzie wishes she did have a man's help, just for small stuff, like fixing up the house. Her fairy godmother must have been listening, because Dante "Tay" Giovanni soon appears. He's sexy, kind, and offering assistance—no strings attached.

Slowly, steadily, Lizzie's heart opens. But the grip of the past is fierce, and nothing in life is ever really free. Tay has his own tragedies to overcome, but if he can, he'll fix more than Lizzie's home. He'll show her just how sweet it is to be loved by him.



First Line: For over a week the envelope sat on the dinning room tbale unnoticed, buried under a stack of birdseed catalogues and household bills like a bomb waiting to go off.

My Review: I adored the humor in this book. It was such an easy read from the start. I loved the depth of the story, the realness of the characters hw you could feel the small town vibe entwined in the whole story. How Sweet It Is has everything you would hope to find in an A+ book!


Reading How Sweet It Is will leave you with the fuzzy feeling you get with either love or a few drinks. It's an endearing, sweet and lovely contemporary romance novel. You can find love, forgiveness, redemption and closure in this book, and I believe we can all use a little more of those things in our lives.


Stay tuned in a few days when I review the next book in the series where we meet another member of The Enemy Club!



My Rating:Photobucket

Until next time...Happy Reading!

1 comment:

fairypenguin said...

Aw, this looks cute! Thanks for the review!