Sunday, February 21, 2016

Blog Tour: Southern Sweets by Cori Williams

TITLE: Southern Sweets: A Midnight Novel
AUTHOR: Cori Williams
PUBLISHER: Booktrope Publishing

Sugar and spice don’t always play nice—Amelia Emerson learned that the hard way after her heart was snatched straight from her chest. What was done could not be forgotten.
Tanner made his choice, and there was no turning back from the hurt he caused. Amelia is left dealing with the aftermath and trying to juggle the new life she has been handed.
Worn down, she struggles to gain back the confidence she once possessed, and prove to everyone she is able to do things on her own—But when life takes another sharp turn in an unexpected direction, will she be able to let go and start fresh? Or is the pain too unbearable to forget?

Rating: ☆☆☆☆

An unconventional story about chances and timing. I am in awe of the strength of character shown by Amelia, in putting her life together after Tanner left her pregnant to return to his wife. She is an awesome mum and has built a successful business with her bakery. I don't particularly have warm and fuzzy feelings for Tanner and this took a long time to change. I can guarantee you will feel a raft of emotions for Tanner, not all of them pleasant.

There was plenty of angst and drama going on to fill multiple lives. It was a definite roller coaster of a ride and I found myself engrossed in the twists and turns in their story as they try and find their way either together or apart.

Cori Williams is a contemporary romance writer who recently relocated from Michigan to southern living in the mountains of North Carolina. When she's not busy taking care of her three young children and sometimes fourth, aka as her husband, you'll find her tapping away at the keyboard with music blaring and endless amounts of candy fuel at hand. Her love of reading from a very young age transferred over to a love of writing and now the stories are never ending as she creates the happily ever afters for her characters with sometimes bumpy journeys along the way. "Forever isn't always easy."

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