Sweet Tea and Kisses

About the book: Discover the alluring world of the South with six sweet contemporary romance novellas from New York Times, USA Today, national bestselling, and award-winning authors. 

Chase fireflies that glitter on starry nights, listen to the call of the cicadas, and smell the luscious scent of magnolias as you experience the adventures of cowboys, brides, second chances, and unexpected romance all set in Atlanta. Don’t miss your chance to fall deeper in love as you explore the South through the eyes and hearts of these unforgettable characters. 

A Kiss is Just a Kiss by Melinda Curtis, USA Today Bestselling Author. Kitty Summer has a wedding to stop. She’s sure the groom doesn’t love her sister, but how can she prove it? By testing his fidelity with one very public kiss, of course. 

Taste of Tara by Shanna Hatfield, USA Today Bestselling Author. Falling in love never tasted so sweet… Pastry chef Tara Tarleton has one month to live out her dreams on a plantation in the South. Reality falls far short of her expectations until a chance encounter with a hunky horse wrangler changes her mind. 

The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author. In order to retrieve and deliver an antique charm before her best friend’s wedding, maid of honor Sarah Carlton must fake being in love with her childhood nemesis, best man Ben Atkins. 

Sassy Bride by Ciara Knight, USA Today Bestselling Author. A Cinderella meets Rich Charming tale set in small town, Georgia, full of sass and sacrifice. Can a girl form the wrong side of town win over the ugly in-laws, or will she lose her happily ever after forever? 

It Could Happen to Us by Lucy McConnell, Contemporary Romance Author. An irresistible contemporary romance about a not-so-humble cop who splits his raffle ticket with an unlucky waitress and the actor who falls in love with her. 

Hit and Run Love by Jennifer Peel, Award Winning and Bestselling Author. What happens when a no-nonsense lawyer and her ex-boyfriend, a police officer, run into each other? Lots of sparks, literally and figuratively. Will this be another hit and run? Or, this time around, will Harrison be able to convince Kallie to give up her running shoes? 

The Sweet Tea and Kisses Boxed Set by the Sweet Six authors will have you falling in love with the South with every turn of the page. 

My review: This is a really fun set, I loved everything about it! I loved the characters, the stories, the southern feel! Let me tell you my favorite things about each story.

A Kiss is Just a Kiss by Melinda Curtis, I hadn't read anything by this author before, but I'm planning to! I loved Kitty in this book. I loved the way she always looked out for her sisters. I loved the way she especially watched out for Maggie on her wedding day, setting the whole crazy plot into motion. And the grandma, Dotty, oh my heck, I laughed so hard at her shenanigans!

Shanna Hatfield's Taste of Tara was one of my favorites in this set. I am a huge Gone With the Wind fan so everything in this one was so fun. I loved seeing all of the character names. I loved how Tara felt like she was living in the book. I loved the whole plot line of this one. And the sweet love story was perfection.

Next up is The Wedding Charm by Susan Hatler. I loved the zany plot of this one. I loved Sarah and how she's so ultra competitive with Ben, ultimately getting the two of them into some hilarious situations that are tricky to get back out of. I loved the whole idea of the grandma hiding the charm and making the bride and groom jump through hoops to find it. So fun!

Then there's Ciara Knight's Sassy Bride. Sadie is such an amazing character, she's had to raise her two sisters with no help and is finally getting to the point where she's going to get married and have her own life. I love the way she finds herself when she least expects it and is able to figure out just what she wants out of life, not what someone else wants for her.

Lucy McConnell's It Could Happen to Us finds Allie Gray working as a waitress in Atlanta with the worst luck ever, but little does she know that luck is about to change with just one lunch. I loved the plot line of this one, kind of like that movie from the 90's, It Could Happen to You. Allie's luck made me laugh, but I loved the way she had pluck to push through the bad and make something good happen in her life.

And last but not least is Jennifer Peel's Hit and Run Love. I loved Kallie, I loved her convictions, her being able to have the career she wanted. I loved how she literally ran into Harrison again. And I love the subtle way he went about trying to win her again. 

This whole book is really perfection, I loved each and every one of the stories in it! Go grab a copy!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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