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I think this is a first for me...a golf pro hero and I really liked that...even with all the corny golf catch-phrases and puns that the author threw into the book because of his career.
Brett's home in the middle of his golf season because of a leaked sex tape that he made two years ago. It's the final straw after years of playboy ways and his main sponsor has told him to get his act together. So he's home...supposedly to lay low. What doesn't factor into that plan is Joey, the girl he knew once upon a time and who's also back in town.
Josephine's life has not gone according to plan after she discovers her fiancee isn't quite as committed to them as she thought he was or should be. So now she's home, to reinvent the inn she inherited used to dream about with her aunt. I loved that aspect of this story. Joey is a society girl, always expected to act a certain way, unless she was with her aunt...who taught her to dream and expect great things from herself...she has the ability to fly. She wants to embrace that now and bring all the things that she and her aunt discussed about the inn to fruition.
I loved that Brett sees her vulnerability. Joey is a strong, outspoken, awesome character, and no one ever gets to see her tender underbelly besides him. He sees her and loves her despite all that...and despite all the concerns his family has about her. And that brings me to the only downside I found to this book...Brett's grandmother. She was evil...and not in the "bless your heart" kind of way. I hated this bitter, vindictive woman, and her rabble of lackey's. I thought they were mean, and vindictive and cruel. No matter what happened there, their friend shared her dreams with Joey and Joey was trying to honor that. I could NOT handle this aspect of the story and really wish it hadn't been there.
But I did love the book despite that. I liked Brett and how he simply can't stay away from Joey. I love Joey and her dreams for a better world thanks to her aunt. And I need to say...I loved this narrator. This is the first book I've heard narrated by her and I'm a fan now. I loved her inflections and voices.
This audiobook also had the first chapter plus for book #2 and I had to get online immediately to download it because I cannot wait to "read" it. I already am in love with Glory and Cal and cannot wait to hear more!
What made the experience of listening to Sugar's Twice as Sweet the most enjoyable?
The people, the southern accents and way of living, I loved every minute of it!
Who was your favorite character and why?
Josie is adorable, funny, sexy and crazy as hell!
Which scene was your favorite?
I have lots of favorites but in the beginning when all 'old ladies, aunt Lettie's friends came to visit the new neighbor and bring food to her welcome, she explains about her plans but when they didn't like what they've heard she politely kicks them out of the house.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, but I've managed in two!
Any additional comments?
All in all this was a great experience, really hit the spot. It does a great job of getting you interested in the next book in the series.I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts opinions and ratings are my own.Thank you very much Marina Adair and of course the wonderful narrator Chelsea Hatfield for this book.