Author Review: Truly Sweet by Candis TerryTruly Sweet by Candis Terry
Series: Sweet,
Published by HarperCollins on July 28th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, General, Romance, Western
Pages: 384
Format: eBook
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5 Stars

When the one you've always wanted . . .

At sixteen, Annabelle Morgan hoped her crush on Jake Wilder was just a passing phase. Now she's twenty-nine and nothing has changed—except Jake. The once-carefree Marine has come home with a giant chip on his shoulder. He insists a single mom like Annie deserves more than he can offer. Yet no matter how gruff his gorgeous exterior may be, Jake's toe-curling kisses convince her that this attraction is definitely mutual.

Becomes the one who wants you back . . .

Butting heads with feisty Annie was always a thrill. Add other body parts to the mix, and Jake is in serious trouble. He can't be a forever-and-family guy—and Annie's not a friends-with-benefits kind of woman. But love has a way of changing the best-laid plans, and surrender has never been so tempting . . .

The outcome is truly sweet.

I received this book for free from Hoopla in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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.

I have become a huge fan of Candis Terry’s Sweet, Texas series. The final book, Truly Sweet was the perfect ending to the series. Ms. Terry did a beautiful job of wrapping up the series. Jake and Annie quickly won me over. I loved that Truly Sweet dealt with survivor’s guilt, family, friendships, love from afar, and forgiveness.

The dialogue was rich and meaningful to the point that it pulled on all my heartstrings and left me smiling like a loon. The passion between Jake and Annie was hot and swoon-worthy. In addition, the camaraderie between the family members, Annie and Jake warmed my heart and made me want more. The surprises that Ms. Terry incorporated into Truly Sweet will make you smile and bring a few tears to your eyes.

If you haven’t picked up Candis Terry’s Sweet, Texas series then you’re definitely missing out. This is a feel good series that will make you laugh, cry and swoon.

Rated 5 Ravens and a Recommended Read by Blackraven

About Candis Terry

Growing up in Southern California, I was too busy reading books, hanging out at the beach, or finding ways to have a good time that wouldn’t land me on restriction to even consider writing a book. Oddly enough, a college drama teacher (who politely discouraged my inept acting abilities) encouraged me to develop the A+ character bio I’d created into a complete story. Right. Years later, in the midst of a bleary-eyed all-nighter (rocking my newborn, that is), I picked up a romance novel and fell in love with more than just the infant in my arms.

The diversities in my life have enhanced (or twisted) my worldview. From working in a Hollywood recording studio to a graphic designer in marketing; from schmoozing with the likes of Charleton Heston and Motley Crüe to giving up my beach bum ways and making the move to an Idaho farm. I’ve designed costumes for 80’s heavy metal videos and scooped up road apples left on the parade route by my daughter’s rodeo queening horse.

Only one thing has remained constant: my passion for writing stories about relationships, the push and pull in the search for love, and the security one finds in their own happily ever after. Though my stories are set in small towns, my wish is to give each of my characters a great big memorable love story rich with quirky characters, tons of fun, and a happy ending.

I’m married to a wonderful man who takes out the trash without being asked and who puts up with all my crazy ideas. To find inspiration, my family and I often grab our trailer and ATV and venture out to discover the off-road splendor of the Idaho wilderness. And when I need a fun dose of reality, I call upon my daughter and her little Mini-Me or one of our 3 furry troublemakers.

Life is good down on the farm!

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