What happens when you mix together a family curse, star-crossed lovers, a generous helping of humour, a splash of old-fashioned voodoo, cakes (nom, nom, nom) and a river boat cruise? A really sweet and enjoyable contemporary romance of course. Allie Mauvais has had a thing for Marc Dumont ever high school even though he dumped her unceremoniously. Marc is pretty wary of Allie’s voodoo heritage especially since it was her great-great-grandma that cursed his family in the first place. Fate throws them together when Marc needs a pastry chef that can delight his guests.
Author: Macy Beckett
Surrender to Sultry definitely falls more into the sweet category than the sultry. This novel has a bit less humour and more Christian values than the others. If you’ve followed the series, you’ll know that Colton Bea has carried a torch for Leah McMahon since she upped and left town ten years ago. Colton did everything he could to find her but failed. Now Leah is back and Colton intends to win her heart.
Trey Lewis meets his match in Macy Beckett’s second novel in this series. He is still suffering physically from the fall off a roof in the first novel. While I wouldn’t want to wish anyone (real or imaginary) pain, it adds a little touch of realism that he is just a little bit bitter and having to knock back the aspirin to cope. He is drowning his sorrows in Luke and June’s tavern when a hot-as-hell redhead saunters in. Bobbi Gallagher, Luke’s half-sister, is a film maker who with one mistake lost all credibility in the field. She has been offered […]
This is a sweet and fluffy contemporary romance that won’t strain your brain but might just tug at those heart strings. Mae-June Augustine (just call her June) is all set to open up her dream bar in Austin, only to discover they won’t give her a liquor licence because she has an outstanding warrant back home in Sultry Springs. She knows she hasn’t done anything terribly wrong and can’t understand why the judge, who happens to be a close friend of her grandmother, would issue a bench warrant. There is nothing she can do but head home to the place she […]