Sweet As Sin

I requested the ARC Sweet as Sin by Inez Kelley because I was attracted by the summary that’s written on the book cover. The book is about an author and I thought that I would appreciate such story. I did not regret requesting this book for review because it’s not only romantic and humourous in some ways, but it’s also tantalizing and captivating. The plot was well-developed and I felt as if I was practically reading a foreplay. Well, not quite a foreplay, but the author makes you anticipate what will come next anxiously.

Nice book to read on a rainy day where you need some means of escapism. Highly recommended and I rate this book 4 stars out of 5 stars.

From the back of the book:

John Murphy is tormented by nightmares. A bestselling young-adult author, he writes the ultimate fantasy: stories where good always triumphs. He knows better. His past has shown him the worst in people-and in himself. When he moves next door to the sexy, vibrant Livvy-a woman completely unlike his usual one-night stands-he’s driven to explore every curve of her delicious body.

Pastry chef Livvy knows that giving in to the temptation that is John Murphy won’t lead to anything permanent, but she deserves a passionate summer fling. John discovers she’s as sweet as the confections she bakes while Livvy slowly unravels his secrets. But what will happen when she uncovers them all?

I received this ARC for review from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review for it and I was also not compensated for writing this.

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