21 November 2016

# opinion # read

Read:: Sweet Haven by K.C. Lynn

This one grabbed me, the tale of two families who don't like each other and a few members who eventually become friends. Sam is trying to stand on her own two feet while also keeping in touch with her family. Jase is not friendly with her brother and eventually this gets him in deep water. 

I really liked that they didn't like each other, they became friends, and then lovers. It wasn't instant, it wasn't quick, but it was done the way it usually is. It was done in a very sweet way.
This was my first read from K.C. and I have been missing out. I really liked the way that she wrote, I liked her style and that she made you feel like 'yea that could happen'. She made your heart beat for this couple. 

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Two cups of an arrogant, dirty talkin’ firefighter who has an obsession with peaches and the forbidden girl who smells like them.

One tablespoon of a sweet schoolteacher trying to find her place in the world while attempting to resist her brother’s sworn enemy. 

A slice of fate that has their hearts questioning the past and the consuming need they have for one another. 

A dash of desire.

A pinch of rivalry.

A sprinkle of déjà vu. 

Mix together in a large bowl to create a combustible passion and a future that neither of them could have ever predicted.

Bake at 350° for a rich serving of destiny and a love that could burn for eternity. 

A timeless recipe that is sure to fill your heart with a generous helping of Sweet Haven.


This a longer length novella and is the second book in the Sweet series. It is told in dual POV, has an HEA, and no cliffhanger. Since Samantha and Jase are recurring characters from Sweet Temptation and Sweet Love, I recommend reading both books prior to this but it isn’t a must. 

Warning: Due to mature subject matter, such as explicit sexual situations and coarse language, this story is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.

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