What a great couple Brody and Alyssa were.. the ex Con and the soft hearted Heiress who owns/runs a pet rescue sanctuary and, through understanding, d..Show More »etermination and kindness Alyssa wins a heart that's been damaged, betrayed and frozen. Brody is all Alpha when needed, sexy when in the moody (which is all the time) and loving when Alyssa finally cracks his hard shell.
There's a good build-up to their relationship, sex, angst and drama caused by a couple of twisted ex's and a touching love story threaded throughout that ends in a sweet HEA ending for both Brody and Alyssa and Hunter and Gabby from book 1. Although these are easily standalone listens, and I have listened to these books out of order, it may be best to leave the last book in the series to the end so you can bask in all the couple's final HEA's. Dual POV and good narration.
Worth a credit? Yes, you can rely on Sawyer Bennett to deliver an entertaining story with a sexy Hero and a worthy Heroine who'll take you on their addictive journey as soulmates find each other.
I liked Gavin as a character and what I liked more was Savannah.
Savannah stood her ground with Gavin. I love strong female ch..Show More »aracters who dont just fall for the dirty talk.
And Gavin delivers on the dirty talk. but a book needs to have depth, and Sugar on the Edge had that. I liked going on the journey with Gavin and Savannah to find strength, peace, confidence and believe in the love they have and a brighter future.
I love Sawyer Bennett and really enjoyed the other books in this series and even liked Casey in those other books but the awfulness of her destroyed m..Show More »y ability to enjoy this book. Tenn was a great character but I just could not deal with Casey. At all. The reason for her relationship dysfunction was not good enough in my mind to excuse her behavior. She's certainly not the only girl to have been humiliated by a high school boyfriend. She just spends the majority of the book being flighty and heartless and her whole "revenge plot" was ludicrous and I can't even grasp how she could expect Tenn to be on board with it. It was just so dumb.
Maybe it's just a matter of personal preference but in order for me to really enjoy a book I need to be able to identify and/or empathize at least a little bit with the main characters and I just pretty much actively disliked Casey.