Sweet Tea and Kisses: A Contemporary Romance Collection

Sweet Tea and Kisses: A Contemporary Romance Collection

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Sweet Tea and Kisses: A Contemporary Romance Collection 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
HeyerF4n 6 months ago
Six Sweet and Clean Romances. A Kiss is Just a Kiss by Melinda Curtis 4* Kitty has always been a substitute mother for her younger sisters but since she started her OB/GYN residency she has had less time to watch over her sisters. When she attends the wedding of her youngest sister and overhears a conversation between the groom and his friends, she is convinced that he is not good enough for Maggie and puts a stop to the wedding. This humorous story follows the fallout from that action. Taste of Tara by Shanna Hatfield 4* Sweet, Christian love story featuring Scarlett O'Hara and a southern plantation. The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler 5* Unputdownable. An amusing and romantic story with three old ladies giving tasks to the supposed bride and groom for them to prove their commitment to each other. In the process, the maid of honour and best man find a love of their own. The Sassy Bride by Ciara Knight 3.5* Sadie and Ashton have been together for 4 years and are now engaged, however Ashton's mother will do anything to split them up!!!!! It Could Happen to Us by Lucy McConnell 4* Christian romance. Allie has had nothing but bad luck for years, until the day a half share in a raffle ticket brings her face to face with a hunky actor..... and her life and luck changes forever. Hit and Run Love by Jennifer Peel 5* A lovely but emotional romance. Harrison and Kallie met at Georgia State both planning to be lawyers but when Harrison decides to go into the Police Academy instead, Kallie blocks him from her life and they don't meet up again for another five years. Despite the fact that she is determined not to be in love with a cop and live in constant fear that he might not come home one day, Kallie is drawn into being his friend. I received a complimentary copy of this boxed set from NetGalley. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.
Anonymous 7 months ago
if you love romance southern style, make sure you read Sweet Tea and Kisses. I enjoyed this anthology filled with handsome gentlemen and their charming ladies. A Kiss is Just a Kiss by Melinda Curtis Kitty doesn't believe her sister should marry Beck so she kisses him at the altar. No wedding, no problem. Right? What happens next is a sweet, romantic romp. Kitty is torn between love for her sister and desire for Beck. He, also, feels the heat. Their chemistry is amazing. When their together, sparks fly. After the wedding disaster, Beck still helps Kitty and her grandmother. What a great guy! Their road trip was hilarious. Grandma Dotty is a wild and wacky character. I admired her sense of adventure. I enjoyed A Kiss Is Just A Kiss. It was humorous and romantic. This story showcases Melinda Curtis's writing at its best. This story made me believe in true love and forever happiness. Taste of Tara by Shanna Hatfield Tara Tarleton loves Gone With The Wind so she's excited that she's the new pastry chef at a Southern plantation. With a living history event in progress, she gets the chance to experience romance southern style. Tara is so full of life that she pulled me into the story. When she's saved by Brett Cutler, I could feel their chemistry. I wanted these two to have a HEA. They are perfect for each other. I love the setting, the characters and the romantic story. When I finished reading Taste of Tara I felt happy. The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler Sarah Carlton had a score to settle with Ben Atkins. She knew that he sabotaged her science project in high school and she won't let him best her again. I laughed when these two become partners on a quest to bring the bride the family wedding charm. Sarah is so determined. I liked her feisty attitude. Ben is so charming and caring. I knew that Sarah misjudged him. It was nice to see them worked together to do the tasks to get the charm. It amazed me how well they worked together. Moose, their rescue dog, stole my heart. What a cutie! I liked watching them fall in love. Susan Hatler is a new to me author, but I plan to change that. I can't wait to read the other novellas in Sweet Teas and kisses. I received a copy of this book which I voluntarily read and reviewed. My comments are my honest opinion.
17939996 9 months ago
Sometimes when you get a box set you love some and others you like maybe some are just ok. In this set I loved reading all of them. The authors each brought their own style. Somehow it all worked well together. The set has plenty of romance, spark, humor, fun, chemistry, twist and turns surprises and drama. I’m sure every romance lover will find something to enjoy.
JuliaAD 10 months ago
I have only read A Taste of Tara: This is such a cute story. I really enjoyed it. Tara is a pastry chef and gets her dream job. It is in Atlanta and will only last for a month. Her mother is a big Gone With The Wind fan and so Tara is looking forward to exploring Atlanta. While exploring, she ends up in a bad neighborhood and is being followed by some guys. When she sees someone that she recognizes from the plantation, he understands her problem and helps her. Brett was so happy to help Tara, but now he doesn't want to let her out of his sight. He knows that she is the one for him. But, does she know it? Tara insists that she has to go home to Portland, but Brett wants to give her a reason to stay.
ytcruz 10 months ago
Since I hadn’t read books by any of these authors , I thought I would give it a try. Besides, I have always been draw to stories related to the South, reminding me of Gone with the Wind and Steel Magnolias . All the stories were sweet romances that will have you wanting to read them while enjoy sweet tea under a tree (preferably a Magnolia one). I particularly enjoyed The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler. She gives us Sarah and Ben, two strong characters that have known each other since they were 5 years old. They have always competed against each other and Sarah has had a crush on him, even when he drives her crazy. They are thrown together to work as a team when they are best man and maid of honor for the upcoming wedding of their friends. The bride to be needs something old, that being her grandmother’s heirloom charm. But said charm is not in L.A. but in Atlanta. The trials and tribulations these two go through to get the charm will have you chuckling and at times wondering if they will ever be back in time for the wedding. During this expedition, old beliefs are proven wrong and sparks fly. So, grab your sweet tea, and start enjoying your Southern treat. I sure did. I was gifted this copy. The opinions expressed are solely my own.