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    Fantastic

    A fun, cute story that takes us back to the wacky town of Sugar with all it's crazy residents. I adored Charlotte and Jace's story! A secret wedding, an annulment (oops, never happened!), and off the charts chemistry makes their relationship a little....challenging. Their story is filled with fun, humor, and high emotions! It's a fantastic story that I highly recommend to everyone.
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    Wonderful!

    I received an ARC copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Charlotte Holden is homesick while doing her medical residency and walks into a bar in Atlanta Georgia and sees Jace McGraw, her bad boy crush from her hometown of Sugar Georgia. After many drinks they end up in bed and married. Jace ends the best three weeks of her life by leaving annulment papers on her pillow and walking out. The marriage is a secret known by only those two and Glory, Charlotte’s best friend and main character of the last book in the series. Fast forward to four years later. Dr. Charlotte Holden is back in Sugar Georgia. She’s tried dating, but her heart has been in an emotional deep freeze due to what happened with Jace. When she walks into a garage to pick up her car that was damaged in a failed matchmaking attempt by her mom, and who does she meet? It’s Jace with the news that they’re still married. At first he wants the annulment, but a little time in her company and he wants a second chance. The resulting story is a pull at your heart strings tale of the two finding their way back to each other and healing from damage by their parents. Charlotte’s parents are manipulative and it’s a wonder she didn’t need therapy due to them. Jace had wonderful parents, but blames himself for their death and has a hard time with visiting his hometown due to self loathing and feeling everyone one else must blame him too. There are a couple of sex scenes in the book, but nothing very graphic. This isn’t one of those books that makes you think that is all the couple have in common. Instead, the author is able to make us empathize with the emotional struggles of Jace and Charlotte. The book has characters you will love to hate: Darlene, and Charlotte’s manipulative parents. Especially the father. It will have characters you just love: Spencer, Ben, Woolemena, and Hattie. It has humor to balance out the emotional scenes of the book. Buy it. You won’t’ regret it. It is the third book in the Sugar, Georgia series, but I don’t think anyone would have a problem following the book if they have not read the first two books.
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    Fast Funny and Sexy Read

    ***4.5 out of 5 stars*** Review copy provided by publisher I have enjoyed each of the Sugar, Georgia books in the series so far. I do have to say Jace and Charlotte's story might just be my favorite of the 3 though. Let me just say that I loved Jace and Charlotte together so much. I knew there was something up with Jace and Charlotte from her reaction to his name being mentioned in earlier books, but have to say the fact they eloped 4 years ago never crossed my mind. I love that Jace calls Charlotte Charlie and I started thinking of her as Charlie the longer Jace was around. With the exception of marrying the town's bad boy, Charlotte has always done what is right when representing her family, the hospital or the town. She has always put everyone else's needs above her own, and I loved that for the 30 days she and Jace would live together before the divorce, she actually put herself and her needs above others. I felt like both Jace and Charlotte had never stopped loving each other in the 4 years they were apart. However, it was so fun to watch them fall in love all over again with one another as they spent each day together. A Taste of Sugar was a fast, funny and sexy read. I loved there was so much humor to go with the romance as well as a little bit of town drama. I grew up in a small town and have to say the small town description of Sugar, Georgia is absolutely perfect.
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    Sweet, touching and fun.

    A Taste of Sugar was another Marina Adair original. Have only read three books by her and am quickly becoming a fan. She blends serious subject matters with enchanting storytelling and creates concoctions of heartwarming romance ever time. Her stories are like revisiting old friends and discovering new details of their lives. A sense of home in every read. At the center of A Taste of Sugar are two good people who are trying to rectify past mistakes and maybe in the process fall in love again. What's not to like? I received an ARC of A Taste of Sugar in exchange for an honest review. Sweet, touching and fun.
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