Jesse Keyes has done some serious growing up. With a steady job and a vibrant four-year-old son, Gabe, she's in a far better place than when she left Seattle five years ago…pregnant and misunderstood by almost everyone in her life.Now it's time to go home and face her demons. But her sisters,... show more
Jesse Keyes has done some serious growing up. With a steady job and a vibrant four-year-old son, Gabe, she's in a far better place than when she left Seattle five years ago…pregnant and misunderstood by almost everyone in her life.Now it's time to go home and face her demons. But her sisters, Claire and Nicole, aren't exactly impressed with the new and improved Jesse. And then there's Matt, Gabe's father, who makes it clear that he never wants to see her again despite the lust that still smolders between them.Jesse doesn't know if she can make up for all the mistakes of her past. But the promise of sweet nights with Matt might just give her the extra incentive she needs to make it worth the trouble.…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2008
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
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, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
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Series: Bakery Sisters (#3)
A great end to the series! Again the emotions ran high between the sisters and the hero/ine. Claire remains my fave of the 3 Keyes sisters…”she leads with her heart" regardless of what her sisters say and do. Read more
3.5 StarsI can always rely on Susan Mallery to deliver a heartwarming romance. Sweet Trouble is the third and last book in the Keyes Sisters Trilogy and I have honestly been waiting for Jesse’s story since the first book. Jesse was a bit of party girl in that book and was involved in an incident th...
After Matt said some pretty awful things to her, Jesse left Seattle pregnant, friendless, homeless and with nowhere to go. Now after five years she has returned in the hope that her son can have a relationship with his father and that she can reconcile with her sister.Those who have read Sweet Spot ...
After three weeks of trying to listen to this one on audio, I'm calling it quits. I got 3/4 to the end, but it was not holding my interest.