In the Bradford Sister’s series finale, Becky Wade saves the best (or at least the sweetest) for last!
About the Book
Independent and adventurous Britt channels her talent into creating chocolates at her hometown shop. Zander is a bestselling author who’s spent the past 18 months traveling the world. He’s achieved a great deal but still lacks the only thing that ever truly mattered to him–Britt’s heart.
When Zander’s uncle dies of mysterious causes, he returns to Merryweather, Washington, to investigate, and Britt is immediately there to help. Although this throws them into close proximity, both understand that an attempt at romance could jeopardize their once-in-a-lifetime friendship. But while Britt is determined to resist any change in their relationship, Zander finds it increasingly difficult to keep his feelings hidden.
As they work together to uncover his uncle’s tangled past, will the truth of what lies between them also, finally, come to light?
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Zander Ford! Le Sigh!!
Y’all, I’ve been waiting for Zander’s (and Britt’s) story since the first full-length book in Becky Wade’s Bradford Sisters series, and it did not disappoint!
Britt is a character I totally related to—self-sufficient, unwilling to burden others with her troubles, trying to be the strong one in the family. And oh boy, is Zander a great match for her. Not to mention he will shoot right to the top of book boyfriend lists everywhere. This guy is loyal, intelligent, and loves well.
After years of keeping his feelings for Britt to himself, a best-selling book, and a year and a half absence from Merriweather, his uncle’s death brings him home and Zander finds it harder than ever to not even hint to his best friend he wants more in their relationship.
Between the mystery surrounding the death of Zander’s uncle, Britt’s unexpected and unsettling feelings for Zander, the entire Bradford family (I was thrilled to see the sisters’ parents return in this one), the years of history between Brit and Zander, and all the chocolate, there’s a lot to love about Sweet on You.
Thanks to Wade for giving us readers a heart to remember (and swoon over), a family we want to be a part of with strong sisterly bonds, and a story to devour that’s sweeter (and less fattening) than chocolate truffles.
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