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Nothing Sweeter (Sweet on a Cowboy Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2014

    Laura Drake┬┐s second book in the Sweet series features Bree Tann

    Laura Drake’s second book in the Sweet series features Bree Tanner, a character traumatized by her past, but determined to make her 
    place in the world without help from anyone. What she’s really looking for is a home, only she doesn’t know that at first. She arrives at a 
    Colorado ranch, scarred physically and emotionally.

    Ranch owners and brothers, Max and Wyatt, couldn’t be more different – yet each has grown up in a home without much love or warmth. 
    They face ghosts from the past while trying to financially float a ranch loaded with debt. Max has a tough cowboy exterior, as tough as 
    Bree’s ex-con persona. They each have to show one another their vulnerabilities in order to build a true home undergirded with love and 
    acceptance.

    Each character in this book has complex layers that mark Drake’s emotional writing. Her writing is honest, fearless, funny and touching.
     I very much enjoyed this book and seeing cameo appearances from characters in book one. Looking forward to the next one as well!

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  • Posted February 7, 2014

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    NOTHING SWEETER by Laura Drake is an interesting Contemporary Ro

    NOTHING SWEETER by Laura Drake is an interesting Contemporary Romance set at the High Heather Ranch. #2 of the “Sweet on a Cowboy” series, but can be read as a stand alone. See,”The Sweet Spot”. Cattleman Max Jameson needs a full-time stablehand. Aubrey Madison,aka Bre Tanner needs a new life and a new start,fresh out of prison,she applies for the job. With secrets,deception, past grief, and romance, “Nothing Sweeter” will tug at your heart. Emotionally charged but tender, a story of two unlikely people coming together. Bree is not only a stablehand, but she has a plan to save the ranch from foreclosure,if only her plan will work. Max is not so sure he wants to place the future of the family ranch on a stranger. His family has a secret or two of their own. Max and Bree have a chemistry between them,even if they don’t wish to acknowledge the attraction at first. Fact paced and love filled. There is nothing sweeter than a sexy rancher and a troubled stablehand.
    I enjoyed the sparks between Max and Bree, the engaging characters and the intriguing storyline. If you enjoy cowboys, ranch life, and the mystery of love you must read “Nothing Sweeter” you will not regret your choice.
    Won from the author.
    RATING: 4.5
    HEAT RATING: MILD
    REVIEWED BY: AprilR, Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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  • Posted January 29, 2014

    I have now had the grand pleasure of reading both books in Laura

    I have now had the grand pleasure of reading both books in Laura Drake's Sweet on a Cowboy series, and over all I have read all three books by one of my new favorite authors. Laura Drake has such a talent for writing a story that just grabs a hold of your heart strings and touches all those emotions. I have not yet read one of her books that I did not laugh and cry during the story. She has such wonderfully creative story lines with characters that I would LOVE to meet. I always feel like I have made a new friend or two when I've finished one her books. 




    Aubrey Madison is in drastic need of a new start. She has had a horrible couple of years and none of it was really her fault. She has started out to find a new job and a new life where no one knows about her past. She's not hiding it she just really doesn't want to have to deal with it. I loved Bree, this girl is so strong and has such a great charismatic personality. 




    Max Jameson has lost his father, and dealt with relationship issues in the past. He has a mess on his hands trying to save his ranch. I really liked Max even though at times I wanted to tell him to get his stuff together and see what a gem he had in Bree. One thing I really enjoyed in this story was  watching Max and his brother Wyatt's relationship grow as the story progresses. 




    There are plenty of sparks between Bree and Max, these two have a lot of chemistry. They each have problems from their past that they must work through to make it to their happily ever after. Max has trust issues and Bree has the major thing from her past that she has to share with Max. She just has to find the right time. There is lots of drama, some humorous moments, a really nice romance with some steam, and cowboys. Who doesn't love cowboys? If you have read some of my reviews you know I love a good cowboy book! 




    Once again Ms. Drake has produced another wonderful piece of work that is full of all the great things I enjoy in a story. Laura Drake is on my must read list. If this wonderful lady writes a book I just have to get my hands on a copy of it. In my opinion she is one fabulous writer and I can't wait to see what she has in store for us next. If you enjoy a nice romantic contemporary western book, with some drama, and emotion, I think you really should give Laura Drake's work a try. Nothing Sweeter is part of a series but I don't think you would have a problem reading it as a stand alone, if you want to start with this one. 




    I am so delighted I was given the opportunity to read this book, so I may share my thoughts with you. As always is has been my pleasure to share my thought with you on this wonderful book. 

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