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    Fun and Entertaining Read!

    Ain't He Precious? was such a fun, entertaining, and lighthearted read! It's on the shorter side, but this second chance romance was just what I was looking for after reading some heavier books. Trixie and Ryland have been apart for eleven years, after dating for 3 years through law school. They had made plans to spend the rest of their lives together, when suddenly those plans changed, leaving Ryland in Boston, Massachusetts and Trixie in Whynot, North Carolina. They've moved on with their lives, but when a legal case brings the two of them together again in Whynot, it's clear that their chemistry is just as scorching and powerful as it was all those years ago. I loved how these two reconnected and Ry got some good old southern hospitality from the town and Trixie's family. The story is told from both character's points of view, and I especially enjoyed Ry's fish out of water monologue. Both Ry and Trixie are such strong, intelligent, and caring people, and the low angst of this romance was perfect. The secondary characters in the story were just as fun, especially Pap. I love that he's a straight shooter and I imagine it would be very fun to shoot the breeze with him. I enjoyed this quick and amusing romance and can't wait for more from Juliette Poe! What a wonderful start to the series! *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*
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    Short but so Sweet- Guaranteed to make you smile!

    Okay, so this might tell my age, but when I first fell in love with reading romances, it was with Julie Garwood and old- school Nora Robert’s. Books that told great tales of wonderful family relationships, well-rounded characters and stories that made me grin, laugh out loud and feel- oh the sweet, happy feels! You know the type of story I’m talking about- the one that when you are done, you can’t wait to see/learn more of the ENTIRE family – the story that sticks with you long after you are finished. Ain’t He Precious is just that type of story. Yes, it’s sweet and short, but the entire time I read it, I couldn’t stop the silly grin on my face. I really loved reading every minute of it. And I know I’ll be re-reading it over and over again. The story is of two lawyers who were together in law school, but decided to go their separate ways when they realized they wanted different things in their career. Cue to 11 years later and Trixie is asking Ry to come visit her and help her with a case. So Ry drops what he’s doing and comes to WhyNot, North Carolina to help Trixie out. The story includes so much fun with Ry learning about the south, a wonderful meddling Pap Mancinkus, a slightly over protective Dad and well… it’s just so much fun! The best part was it wasn’t over the top kooky or forced like some books are. Juliette Poe (aka Sawyer Bennett) really did an awesome job in making it fun, a little crazy, but realistic. I’m not from the South, but I could just imagine life in WhyNot. For a novella (which I usually avoid), the characters were really developed. I quickly fell for Ry and Trixie and I now have the hugest crush on her Pap Mancinkus! I just know we’ll be hearing more from him in the future stories!! Ain’t He Precious is a wonderful and sweet novella that’s so worth the read. It’s a guarantee pick-me-up and make-me-smile book! Enjoy the read – I sure did! I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this novella. I am voluntarily and freely providing an honest review.
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    Adored this!! It's sweet yet sexy, funny, sassy, and heartwarming. A great small town romance that put a smile on my face. It's a nice easy quick read that is perfect for a relaxing afternoon. Whynot, NC is a small town and the place Trixie Mancinkus decided to return to after law school. It was a hard decision considering she left behind the man who was most likely the love of her life, Ryland Powers. Turns out though it was the right decision for her. Now she's called on Ryland to help with a very important case she's handling and like the great man he is he comes right away. It might have been 11 years since they've seen each other but the love is still there. Their problem is still the same though. He's big city and she's small town. How could rekindling what they had turn out well for either of them??? You definitely want to grab a copy of this one! I highly recommend it.
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    Fun, sweet novella!!!

    **Received ARC for a fair and honest review** This is the first book in the Sex and Sweet Tea series, a new series by Juliette Poe aka Sawyer Bennett. If you are looking for all the hot steaminess of Sawyer Bennett's typical books, this is not like that. This is a sweet fun little novella, the characters had a relationship previously and had been apart for 11 years. Trixie Mancinkus and Ryland Powers met in law school and were planning a life together when Trixie decided to up and leave to go back home to Whynot, NC. While they both moved on with their lives, they never really got over each other. When Trixie needs help on a case she calls Ryland and asks for his help and he's quick to go and help her. Ryland is not prepared for a little podunk town like Whynot and is used to his upscale life that working for a prestigious firm allows him. When Ryland helps Trixie out on a separate unplanned case, he is reminded of why he got into law in the first place and how much he enjoys it. But can he really resist the draw especially when he never got over Trixie. There were a couple things that caused me to give this book a four instead of a five star review. First the ending felt rushed and just sort of stopped. I felt like it needed more and that was frustrating for me. Also, they talk about the case that he comes down to help her with, but it just fell flat and was glossed over. The story was already with established characters which helped since there wasn't a strong plot for the story. It's a good start to the series though and I am looking forward to reading Lowe's book next. Given an ARC for a fair and honest review. Happy Reading!!
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    Oh He's Precious Alright

    Oh my. An honest to goodness happy, feel good book that left me all warm and fuzzy. A second chance romance that follows Trixie and Ryland, both Harvard Law School graduates who were offered jobs at a prestigious Boston Law firm. Yet after 3 years as a couple Trixie decides to up and move back to her hometown of Whynot, North Carolina, shocking and surprising Ryland in the process. 11 years later Trixie reaches out to Ryland for assistance in one of her cases, and Ryland hops on a plane to meet with the woman he loved 11 years earlier, neither of them expecting anything but closure on their relationship. With some hilarious characters, a wonderfully written story told in dual POV, with some passionate scenes and intense chemistry, this book has firmly placed itself as one of my top picks for this year. So many laugh out loud moments. I am so looking forward to more from Juliette.

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