Ain't She Sweet
Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Ain’t She SweetThis book is very different from what I can usually expect from this particular author. And that is not really a bad thing.While it can be said that these men and women went beyond the bounds with holding grudges; sometimes pain just runs to deep to simply 'just get over it already'. ...
I just did not love this. There was SO much OTHER stuff in this one. I guess this is a romance, but really there was more small-town, contemporary women's fiction. I really don't like women's fiction. There was way too much information about Sugar Beth's background, high school years, life etc. In f...
love, love, love this book. You can't beat Colin as the perfect British hero.
I'm not a big SEP fan, but this book is an exception. I loved the tension between Sugar Beth and Colin. So often the trope that keeps the H/h apart is something foolish and contrived, a Big Misunderstanding that could be easily resolved if the characters would just sit down and have an adult convers...