July 9, 2014

Something Sweeter Review

Something Sweeter

(Sweet, Texas Book #3)
Candis Terry
3.5 Stars

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The men in Texas are hard to resist . . .

Seattle event planner Allison Lane is an expert at delivering the perfect wedding—even if she might not exactly believe in the whole "'til death do us part" thing. When her father decides to tie the knot with a woman he barely knows, Allison heads to Sweet, Texas, to make sure his new honey is the real deal. What she didn't expect to find at the local honky-tonk was a sexy Southern man as bent on charming her pants off as he is on blowing her "true love doesn't exist" theory all to hell.

And they always promise . . .

Veterinarian, former Marine, and Sweet's favorite playboy Jesse Wilder takes one look at Allison and knows she's a handful of trouble he can't deny. But even after a sizzling kiss and obvious mutual attraction, it seems Allison has no such problem. When Jesse uncovers her sweet side, can he crush his playboy image, melt her cynical heart, and change her mind about taking a trip down the aisle?

Something sweeter

My Thoughts…

Something Sweet is the third book in the Sweet, Texas series but it is also my first book in the series. Also my first Candis Terry book. Even though this book could be read as a stand-alone I felt like I missed some of the family dynamic with the other brothers. So I will have to go back and read the first two.

Jesse was absolutely perfect. The perfect body and he had the perfect personality to go with it. He was heartfelt, caring, and a huge family man. He was definitely one drool-worthy cowboy. The only thing that bothered me was all of the darlin’s. But every man has to have one flaw. Hahahaha. His “lesson in romance” where great. I loved that even though he wasn’t looking for a relationship he was still a big believer in true love.

Allison was also a great character. She cared about her father and her family as much as Jesse did. Even though they seemed completely different they had that in common. Even though Allison was a cynical character, when it came to love, she wasn’t too annoying about it. She stated her opinions but in her narration we didn’t see her go on and on about it which was a part that I liked.

There was enough steamy scenes in the book to keep the people that like them happy but they are not filling the whole book. I felt like the book was more about them falling in love without knowing it then just having sex because they can. 

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