{ARC Review} Ain’t She Sweet by @MarieForce @BerkleyRomance

April 24, 2016 Adult, Reviews 0 ★★★★

{ARC Review} Ain’t She Sweet by @MarieForce @BerkleyRomanceAin't She Sweet by Marie Force
Pages: 320
Published by Berkley on April 26, 2016
Series: Green Mountain #6
Genres: adult, contemporary, Romance
Source: Finished Copy from Publisher

The latest Green Mountain Romance from the The New York Times bestselling author of It’s Only Love.

Charlotte “Charley” Abbott has gone out with every guy under thirty-five in Butler, Vermont—except for one. Tyler Westcott’s attempts to date her may be determined, and frequent, but Charley can’t stand how he acts like he knows her better than she knows herself. So when Tyler turns up at the running club Charley joined to train for a marathon, she’s almost ready to quit before she even gets started.

Tyler knows that behind Charley’s prickly personality and dismissive attitude is a sweet woman he wants in his life. And when Charley suffers an injury while training, Tyler is ready to prove that the perfect man for her has been right there all along...

Note: This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

Adult ReviewMy ThoughtsAin’t She Sweet  is the 6th book in adult contemporary romance series, called the Green Mountain series by Marie Force. While, I have not read any of the previous books in the series, I now have to go back and get my hands on every single one of the first five because this is exactly the kind of series I have been loving lately. The Green Mountain series is about a big family with a ton of siblings. Throw in a meddling father and grandfather who like to do some covert match-making, and you have a great time. I love big family books where each of the installments is focused on a different family member.

Aint’ She Sweet is the story of Charley (she’s the family member) and Tyler. Tyler has had a crush on Charley for forever, and she is constantly shooting him down. But Tyler is crazy persistent and he never gives up. I actually really admired that about him, because I sure as heck wouldn’t keep going back for rejection after rejection. But, strangely enough, it is an injury kind of caused by Tyler – at least in his mind- that ends up bringing him and Charley together.

I flippin’ loved Tyler. The book should have been called Ain’t he sweet because he is seriously one of the most thoughtful guys ever. He is so good to Charley. You can’t help but like him. Charley never stood a chance. I really enjoyed watching the two of them together, and as soon as Charley saw that she was being ridiculous for turning down Tyler, they had undeniable chemistry. I also loved getting to see all of the other members of her overly large and very close family. I can’t wait to read each and every one of their stories.

Bottom line: Ain’t She Sweet is the very definition of a feel good romance. Read this book when you are looking to be cheered up, whether it is in bed on a rainy day or poolside on a perfect summer day, Ain’t She Sweet is the perfect read. And can someone please hand over books 1-5 in the series, so I can binge read them?

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About Marie Force

Marie Force is the New York Times bestselling author of contemporary romance, including the Gansett Island Series, which has sold more than 2.2 million books, and the Fatal Series from Harlequin Books, which has sold more than 1 million books. In addition, she is the author of the Green Mountain Series from Berkley Publishing as well as the new erotic romance Quantum Series, written under the slightly modified name of M.S. Force.

Her goals in life are simple—to finish raising two happy, healthy, productive young adults, to keep writing books for as long as she possibly can and to never be on a flight that makes the news.

Michelle @ Book Briefs

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