I have a copy of Something Sweeter by Candis Terry!
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About the book
Called “fun and refreshing” by NYT bestseller Rachel Gibson, Candis Terry was the first author to make the leap from Avon’s digital-first imprint, Impulse, to the traditional print and digital Avon line, with the critically acclaimed debut to her Sweet, TX series, Anything But Sweet, which was then followed by Sweetest Mistake and the newest release: Something Sweeter. Terry’s contemporary romances deliver unique love stories that tap directly into what readers want. Perhaps because of her distinctive start as a digital-first author who received a huge amount of heartfelt grassroots support from fans, bloggers, and reviewers.
Readers are invited back to Sweet, TX with another refreshing love story featuring the picturesque Texas town. Populated by gleefully tacky individuals who’d give you the star-spangled shirts off their backs, Sweet is home to many romance fan-favorite archetypes—namely, a band of brothers…and the Wilder boys are definitely heartthrobs worth reading about!
Jackson Wilder is the epitome of everything readers crave in a hero: a cowboy-turned-war-vet-turned-firefighter with a troubled past and a heart of gold, coupled with a heroine who’s got enough fire of her own to match him. To the single women of Sweet, Texas, former Marine, Jesse Wilder, is hot, hunky perfection with six-pack abs and a heart of gold. He’s a veterinarian who loves animals, kids, is devoted to his family, and is financially stable.
The best part? No woman has yet snagged him or put a ring on his finger.
The problem? Jesse’s been down a long, bumpy road and isn’t the least bit interested in setting his boots on the path to matrimony.
Sure, Allison Lane makes a living helping others plan their big day as a wedding planner, but that doesn’t mean she has to actually believe in matrimonial bliss. Her family’s broken track record proves she just doesn’t have the settle-down gene swimming in her DNA. And though she finds Jesse fantasy material, why should she take the word of this confirmed playboy that all roads lead to “I do?”