Wednesday, July 20, 2011

"The Sweetest Thing" by Jill Shalvis: Review

"The Sweetest Thing (A Lucky Harbor Novel)" by Jill Shalvis is hot, hot, hot. Shalvis' play with words when it comes to sexual tension and love scenes is extraordinary. The entire book is loaded with them. I was surprised to see it throughout the entire book. I thought maybe it might get overplayed...but, nope! It stays hot and heavy until the end. If that's your sort of thing, give "The Sweetest Thing" a try.

Here's a description of what you'll find:

"Tara has a thousand good reasons not to return to the little coastal town of Lucky Harbor, Washington. Yet with her life doing a major crash-and-burn, anywhere away from her unfulfilled dreams and sexy ex-husband will do. As Tara helps her two sisters get their newly renovated inn up and running, she finally has a chance to get things under control and come up with a new plan for her life."

"But a certain tanned, green-eyed sailor has his own ideas, such as keeping Tara hot, bothered . . . and in his bed. And when her ex wants Tara back, three is a crowd she can't control-especially when her deepest secret reappears out of the blue. Now Tara must confront her past and discover what she really wants. If she's lucky, she might just find that everything her heart desires is right here in Lucky Harbor."

Lucky Harbor is a fictional location, but the characters seem so real and I love the different personalities of the sisters. I love the antagonism and the heat between the characters. You'll find you love it too. I definitely recommend it.

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