Sweetly Scandalous

Sweetly Scandalous

by Jacqueline Winters

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BN ID: 2940151392228
Publisher: Jackie M. Wallick
Publication date: 06/08/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 496
Sales rank: 465,386
File size: 558 KB

About the Author

Jacqueline Winters has been writing books since she was nine and had to sneak stacks of paper from her grandma’s closet to write them. Born and raised in Nebraska, she has since spread her wings and taken flight to Alaska. She’s a sucker for happily ever afters and loves dogs, hiking, and traveling. On a sunny Alaskan evening, you can find her curled up on her deck with her dog writing her next novel.

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Sweetly Scandalous 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
As in my title, this book has awesomeness on every page!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The beginning was great but in the end So many things left on said. they didn’t say anything about Travis dad, Rachel Travis aunt was a mean bully who should have gone to jail like her sister Leslie. They just skipped all of that information.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I had trouble putting it down.
Joey442 More than 1 year ago
After reading the blurb, I really thought I would like this book. Sadly, I didn't. I thought Allie's addiction to reading romances was crazy. Especially when she was worried about anybody seeing her reading them. Thanks to an ex who belittled her choice of reading material. How can a woman be embarrassed about something but still keep doing it? If she didn't want people to know what she was reading, she should have gotten an ereader. Her ex was in prison but getting out soon. Allie was afraid of him and wanted to be long gone by then. Which is exactly what her ex's mother wanted. She pretty much ran the town and got what she wanted. Usually using underhanded methods. I liked that Allie thought of her as Cruella. When a new doctor moved into town, every woman was trying to hook him. Whether they were 15 or 80. So he was inundated with visitors bringing casseroles. But he had a secret. His divorce wasn't final. Since he was on a 90-day probation, he was worried if the town found out about this, they wouldn't want to keep him as the town doctor. I liked the twist toward the end and the way everything was tied up in the last several chapters. It looks like I'm in a minority with my opinion of this book. The good thing about opinions though is that not everyone has the same ones, so this book will really catch the attention of many readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written, great characters, good editing but seriously needs an epilog. Did the ex make it and go to jail? His rotten mother and her equally rotten sister? Did they find the body? Was the web site and blog wildly successful? The house renovated beautifully as the barn? Etc......
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining story. Lots going on so it never got boring. I enjoyed reading this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was ok. There was way too much going on for me...the crazy ex- boyfriend, his horrible mother, the horrible volleyball coach (who's only a few years older than Allie & has always hated Allie & she's also related to the ex)...it was WAY too much chaos for me. I won't be purchasing the rest of the series.
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
A hard-core reader and a blogger: right away you’ll be able to relate to the main character. Allie has always been a fan of her romance novels, until one day, she meets a man right off the pages of Harlequin. You could’ve knocked her over with a feather when she discovered the alluring man was the new doctor at the hospital where she worked. Well, that might give her reason to stay in Willow Creek, a town so small that everyone knows your underwear size. I guess that’s what always bothered me about small towns. Of course, fiction is much more stimulating than the small-town reality. And, surely, as soon as Dr. Nick Bryant, recent divorcee, moved in, the town was all over him like ketchup on fries. Right away you feel for the two main characters. Allie is trying to leave town to escape a troubled past; and Nick is trying to settle into a new life that was thrust upon him by a cheating wife. Both want to forget what happened and move on. Yet neither could help the tingling attraction for the other. The fun part was sneaking a peak at the good doctor and his “man-snake.” Full of sweet and sensual moments, the two grow closer. Overall, the story was well-written with enriching detail of country living, but it had a few lagging areas that slowed the pace. What picked it up for me, however, were the potential threats of the past coming to ruin things for the sweet couple: an old flame known as “The Travis Tragedy” and a malicious ex-wife refusing divorce. This is the good stuff, but, again, it takes a while to get there. As indicated by the title, story is “sweetly scandalous,” showing an earnest, beautiful, and smoking-hot love blossoming in the midst of terrible secrets and vile corruption in a small town. Full of excitement, vengeance and blackmail, this novel takes the reader on a long, winding road through heart ache, love, and recovery.
bpr91 More than 1 year ago
I was given a copy for my honest review . i cant get over how much i loved this book it has characters you love , hate , fell bad for , and want to throw off a cliff ;) I loved Allie i felt bad how she was ashamed of reading the books she loved no one should make you fell that way in a way i felt Jacqueline described readers who love there authors and enjoy to write reviews so i really connected with allies character i also have a dr pepper addiction :) i loved her best friend she was hilarious and always wanted what was best for allie now lets talk about Doctor hotstuff i mean Nick ;) im so glade him and allie meat they both connected instantly but both were alittle hesitant because of there past it was funny that all the women including the elderly women were trying to marry him they would bring him home cooked meals and fallow him . i thought nick and allie were good together they had smoking hot chemistry the sexy times were hot i thought it was funny that they kept getting interrupted i could fell the frustration ;) i dont know if im the only one but i felt really bad for travis thats all im going to say im not spoiling ;) lets talk about people i thought should be thrown off a cliff dana ,racheal ,and last but not least cruella and youll understand why . i know this wont be the last book i read from Jacqueline Winters im an official fan
S_L_Steele More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book and recommend it to anyone who likes truly engaging characters and a fresh plot. It is so good I actually almost called in sick to work so I could finish it. I can’t wait for Kim’s story or any of the other Willow Creek residents. Keep up the great work.