on August 24, 2016
Zara James never expected to fall in love, leaving the hopeless romantic lifestyle to her friends. She also never imagined she’d be expecting a baby and married to the one guy she fought so hard to keep at arm’s length. Faced with life’s challenges of insecurities, pregnancy hormones, and the pressures of being a new wife in the burbs of Atlanta, Georgia, Zara tries to master them one cupcake at a time. Well, that is until her world is turned upside down by one accident that could change everything.
Hatcher James knew his smart-mouthed wife was the only woman for him years ago. He just had to figure out the correct formula to make her fall in love with him. Putting together the perfect mixture of intimacy, spice, and frosting might just do the trick, and bring joy to both of their lives.
As Hatcher tries to come up with the right ingredients, will all the hard work end in smoke or will they conquer life’s hurdles together, one tasty treat after another?
Sugary Sweets continues the Taste of Love series as we join the gang for some comical scenes, life challenges, friendship, and most of all, love covered in sugar.
We are continuing to honor A.M. Willard this week as promised. See the first post here for details.
One passionate tryst in the bakery kitchen and Zara is carrying Hatcher’s baby. He convinced her to elope and now they are settling into suburbia. Adjusting to life with Hatcher and raging hormones Zara does her best to navigate her new life. With fears inundating her she turns to her faithful friends to help her see up from down.
In an Oyster Shell – Zara is hilarious and loves to get freaky. It does not get explicit but you can tell Zara enjoy’s her husband. Every book in this series is enjoyable but each featured couple becomes your favorite.
I like how this author portrays all the characters from all the books. Instead of getting one book, you get four to keep track of your favorite characters. They are all in different stages of a relationship. That they are always there for each other is so endearing.
The romance was sweet yet I enjoyed Zara’s character growth the most. She seemed like the most immature of the group in the last book. This one she blossoms as she accepts her new role as wife and mother.
The Sand – It was good.
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