Sweet Tea and Secrets
Revised edition! This edition of Sweet Tea and Secrets has been revised and includes new scenes. When beloved town matriarch Pearl Clemmons dies on a warm June afternoon, the folks of Adams Grove, Virginia, can hardly believe it. Sure, Pearl was eighty-five years old, but everyone—particularly... show more
Revised edition! This edition of Sweet Tea and Secrets has been revised and includes new scenes. When beloved town matriarch Pearl Clemmons dies on a warm June afternoon, the folks of Adams Grove, Virginia, can hardly believe it. Sure, Pearl was eighty-five years old, but everyone—particularly her granddaughter Jill—just assumed she would live forever. Now Jill must return home to settle Pearl’s estate, comfort a town in mourning…and face Garrett Malloy, the man who broke her heart years ago. Making matters worse, a string of break-ins at the Clemmons place has Jill and the rest of the town on edge. She can’t imagine what Pearl possibly could have had that is worth stealing. But when Jill’s safety is threatened, she and Garrett must join forces to unearth Pearl’s secrets before someone else—someone dangerous—gets there first. Garrett may have been the last man Jill wanted to see, but now, she may not want to let him go.
Publish date: September 25th 2012
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Pages no: 360
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
Series: Adams Grove (#1)
Jill's grandmother, Pearl, died and Jill must sort through her things. But then things happen, what was Pearl's secret? Jill must also deal with Bradley (current BF) and Garrett (ex BF).So, while I did like this and it kept my attention, I must say: JILL YOU ARE AN IDIOT! Really, how many red flags ...
I'm not sure why I don't read more small town romances but I should try to make more time for them as they always charm me. I loved this one. This one is the first in the Adams Grove series and it's very charming. I thought it was just wonderful. It's full of Southern hospitality in a close kni...
This was a fast, easy summer read. I really enjoyed the flow and pace of the story. It is a sweet love story with some mystery and suspense thrown in to keep it interesting. It is set in a southern town filled with great charm. The story itself holds a special kind of charm. It was just easy to...
Review Copy Provided By AuthorSometimes you just see the title of a book and want to read it – for me Sweet Tea and Secrets was one of those books. Although, I’ll readily admit that I’m not a iced tea drinker (whoops, I mean Tea drinker), either sweet or unsweet…I prefer my tea hot, a la British sty...
4,5 stars!Reading a Cari Quinn book never fails to give me that warm "coming home" feeling. I waited a long time for Need Me and it was totally worth the wait. Cari never fails to spike her eroticism with a fabulous dose of emotion and humor, which makes for awesome reads that both arouse and move m...