For bakery owner Sophie Mayfield, life is getting sweeter by the minute. But then she discovers that her new employee, Eliot, isn't exactly who he says he is. She's sure he's only hungry for one thing: her boutique bakery's bottom line....
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Sugar Rush Reviews
Pretty much your average mistake identity romance cliché. There a reason it's a cliché because done well it works. Sugar Rush is okay, I liked the male lead and the supporting characters. Sophie, the female lead was somewhat paper thin compared to the male lead which is unusual. Overall more like 2 and 1/2 stars and a decent read
I really, really liked the first half of the book but things seemed to slow down considerably in the second half. But it was really nice to read the beginning scenes about running a small town bakery and the struggles of a family business.
Ms Overton crafts an IRRESISTIBLE treat! I enjoy the INSTANT attraction between El and Sophie...it's a SPICY mix (I LOVE the elevator scene)...El is definitely a bakers delight...he could SERVE IT UP in the kitchen as well as in the bedroom...and the whole mistaken identity plot is INTRIGUING...I eagerly turned the pages to discover what would become of their budding relationship once the truth came out about the REAL Eliot Wright...the full cast of characters is LIVELY and MEMORABLE...another quick and charming romantic tale!
You will love this book. I couldn't put it down, I was up all night reading this book. if you don't have it go get it you will not be mad.Miss. Overton has done it again. the book great and the love was real HOT.Quay
The underline thought perceived from this book is "Forgiving".