Riley Brown never imagined she would find her bliss on Georgia's quiet Sugarberry Island after years of Chicago's city life. With a new career and fantastic new friends, she's got it all - except for eligible men. But a gig staging a renovated beach house delivers a delicious treat - six feet of... show more
Riley Brown never imagined she would find her bliss on Georgia's quiet Sugarberry Island after years of Chicago's city life. With a new career and fantastic new friends, she's got it all - except for eligible men. But a gig staging a renovated beach house delivers a delicious treat - six feet of blue-eyed, gorgeous writer as delectable and Southern as pecan pie. Quinn Brannigan has come to Sugarberry to finish his latest novel in peace, and suddenly Riley has a taste for the bad boy author that no amount of mocha latte buttercream or lemon mousse will satisfy...Riley's friends are rooting for her to give in to her cravings and spice up her life, but it's Quinn who needs to learn that life's menu just might include love, in all its decadent, irresistible flavours...
Publish date: January 31st 2012
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
Series: Cupcake Club (#2)
Totally my favorite of the four. Big sloppy dog and OMG I
Here is my full review:http://samanthatule.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/book-review-sweet-stuff-by-donna-kauffman/
I don't know what's wrong with me, but Sweet Stuff is the most boring novel I read this year. Flat, no important conflict whatsoever, dry humor and I have no connection for both MCs (and the heroine is too much wallow in her self pity). This one left me bitter in the end.The best part is just the fr...
Okay, I really loved this book and the series as a whole, but there are a couple of things that prevented it from being five stars:1.) Riley's backstory involves something so heinous and awful that even with the proper romance story ending I still felt unfulfilled. Jeremy and his Lithuanian whore re...
This ended up being a fun read. I thought it was going to be pretty superficial but there was a lot of depth and heart.The beginning was a bit rough because Kauffman can be rather verbose in her writing and there were several meandering info dumps. My eyes started to cross with the amount of informa...