**warning, reading this book will make you hungry and trigger one kick ass case of the munchies for all things sweet**
I am a HUGE fan of romance. Not only because it was a huge part of my childhood or because I write the stuff, but a good romance is often time weaved with amazing writing and that makes me happy. But lately, the genre has been flooded with sex, sex and nothing but.
Blurb: Lacey Harrison has been dealt an unexpected hand in life: being a single mom. With her father’s help and that of the residents at Royal Hills Nursing Home, she thrives and goes on to become a successful baker. She is content with her life but knows that she and her daughter Candy are missing something. Will things change for the better when Trent Childress moves into town and adds some spice to her sugar?
The Narrator is David White – I’m not sure how I feel about him. His reading was fluent but there was something about his voice that I just couldn’t quite get into.
The story itself very good. If you’re looking for sex and nothing but, this is not the story for you. If you love a well done, romance–I’m talking a real grow in love– then this is the book for you.
The characters were stunning. Can I say how much I love Lacey and her baby girl? That kid is an old soul that I love so much in stories. Lacey, on the other hand is a mom – one terrified her baby is growing up too fast and wants to keep her that little girl forever.Her story is real, and something that happens all to often in real life – someone could be reading this book and thinking “that is my life, right there.”
Here comes Trent. Trent is just the perfect definition of a man. Funny, caring, well spoken *trembles*
I loved this story. I am happy with the natural progression, of this story. Sugar & Spice is a welcomed change from the current market and gives me hope, that romance is alive somewhere in today’s market.