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Released: August 25th 2015
Series: Sugar Georgia #3
Something about reading Marina Adair’s Sugar town always give me the warm fuzzy feelings. No matter how much I want to fight it, in the end, happy and sad tears manage to fall down my face.”
~ Under the Covers
Something about reading Marina Adair’s Sugar town always gives me the warm fuzzy feelings. No matter how much I want to fight it, in the end, happy and sad tears manage to fall my face.
This third installment of Sugar, Georgia is about the youngest McGraw brother who has been away since the death of their parents. However, Jace McGraw is back in town due to business matters aka his wife. So happens that their marriage is not annulled as expected. Sugar’s Medical Director, Charlotte Holden had no idea of her marriage status. She thought her marriage was annulled years back but when she sees Jace, she finds out their marriage is still in tact as well as their strong feelings for each other.
Marina did a suhweet job on this book. It was full of feels; be it family, brotherly, or romantic feels. She wrote a fantastic second-chance story stuffed with love, loss, and new beginnings. Of course, it had it’s humor and sexy moments.
I’m not going to lie, I honestly did not expect to love this book…this much. Jace touched my heart to the core. This man is both simple yet amazing. He has so much more to him than meets the eye. And the love and attraction between Charlotte and Jace was just so strong you’ll wonder why they split up to begin with. It was fate, though. I think the separation gave them time to mature and in the end learning to appreciate the important things in life. Especially Jace. Coming back to Sugar made him realize what he’s been missing. His story of coming back home truly brought me to tears. Kudos Marina, a job well done.
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