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Mar 21
{Excerpt+Giveaway} Bittersweet by Kimberly Loth @kimberlyloth

{Excerpt+Giveaway} Bittersweet by Kimberly Loth @kimberlyloth

We met at Cracker Barrel, which was just mom indulging me. My favorite meal in the whole world was biscuits and gravy from Cracker Barrel. If I could I’d subsist on chocolate alone, but I tried that right after Dad died and nearly ended up in the hospital. “Grant just texted me that he already has a table. We’ll eat and then you two need to get on the road,” Mom said. I recognized him immediately even though I’d only met him twice before, once at a family reunion and then again at the funeral. He had the same dark hair and eyes my dad had. Except skinnier. Grant gave my mom an awkward hug and shook Dave’s hand. They all smiled at each other. I sat down before he could touch me at all. He tugged at his collar and smiled at me. It wasn’t a real smile, it was the kind of smile you gave when you felt like you were supposed to smile but didn’t really want… Read more »

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Nov 04
{ #Review } Bittersweet by Sunday James

{ #Review } Bittersweet by Sunday James

Bittersweet is a standalone New Adult contemporary Romance from Sunday James. It was an interesting read. At times I felt like there was too much going on for me to really start loving the story, but I did end up liking the overall flow of the storyline. It was a quick read that worked well as a standalone. I loved the small town setting. The writing was very atmospheric and rich with detail. The setting and the quaint feelings that the descriptions of the town of dogwood evoked were my favorite part of Bittersweet. Cathy was great. I liked how wonderful she was to her dad and brother, and I loved that she loved her town so much. Sure, she had plans to get out and go away to college, but her father’s health kept her in town and kept her helping out the family business. I liked Greg well enough, but Cathy was the real star of the book for me. I don’t know if I just related to… Read more »

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