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    Omg Love Cal and Glory. Again I cried, laughed out loud and wanted to punch the man in the arm. But he got it right. I just Know Jace and Charlotte's story will be good. I hope Spencer and Jackson get one too!
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    Proof everyone is worthy of love!

    Marina Adair is a new author to me and what prompted me to pick up the book was the sexy single dad hero. I love romance books where a child/or children are factors in the couple getting together. I wasn’t sure what to expect with this author but what I discovered was a delightfully humorous and heartfelt read. Set in small-town Georgia where tradition reigns and a person’s mistakes are never forgotten, Glory is trying to overcome her past and realize her dream of becoming a nurse. When she finds out her grandmother and her grandmother’s friends have stolen a prized tractor, Glory tries to return it before they’re caught and ends up arrested for assaulting a police officer…with a cow pie. As if her day couldn’t get any worse, Cal—her best friend’s older brother and her high school crush—is sent to bail her out of jail. What begins as an innocent ride home from the police station turns into a whirlwind flirtation that is both funny and explosive. I absolutely LOVED this book. Cal and Glory were dynamite together. Their relationship developed well past the sexual attraction and I enjoyed watching them slowly and irrevocably fall in love. I thought Glory and Cal’s daughter Payton had a great relationship that wasn’t forced, yet it was believable. I also really enjoyed the secondary characters and look forward to their stories as well. What I really liked most about the book was that there was no age limit on the romance in the story. We experience Cal and Glory’s get-together as well as watching a courtship of sorts between Payton and a young male suitor. We are also treated to a much older couple getting together as the man finally finds his courage to declare his love for the woman he’s been pining over for twenty years. This was an all-encompassing romance and I loved every minute of it. My only criticism would be for the cover of the book. There is no dog mentioned in the story but there is a pet armadillo named Road Kill. But the cover would look less appetizing if an armadillo was on the cover so I can see why the puppy was substituted :) SUGAR ON TOP is a wonderful example of contemporary romance. It has all the aspects of a true love story, and then some. I highly recommend this book for anyone who believes in a love so powerful; it can obliterate past transgressions and prove that everyone deserves to be loved. ***I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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    Inspirational read.

    Marina Adair always manages to write stories that allow the reader to put themselves in the characters shoes. The circumstances in Sugar on Top could happen to anyone. Glory keeps getting the short end of the stick despite trying to do the right thing. Cal is also trying to find his way after a contentious divorce while raising his teen daughter. This book was a feel good read. It reminds that even though life may get you down, don't stay down. Keep on moving and blessings can happen when you least expect them to. Sugar on Top by Marina Adair is a must read. Was given this book for an honest review.

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