Sweet as Sugar, Hot as Spice
Sweet as Sugar, Hot as Spice follows the story of the Farrel sisters, whose mother is a famous feminist with her own television show. This third in the series focuses on the only unmarried daughter, Eve, who finds she has become the 'good daughter', since her mother staunchly believes that woman are better off single and independent. Eve has always been the black sheep. She makes a living running her own company called Sugar and Spice Sinema, creating how to sex videos. She's done very well for herself, and while in some ways she's followed in her mother's footsteps (Jacqueline's television show is called Sexed Up!), she has always tried to find ways to upset her mother. Now, her mother wants to be friends. Jacqueline has a significant other, Donovan Martin, the father of the three sisters, but marriage is not in the cards as far as Jacqueline is concerned. It goes against her religion. So, with two of her daughters happily wedded, Jacqueline is proud that Eve has resisted the temptation to do the same. The book opens at the wedding of sister Xandra, with Eve still in shock over the entire premise. Then, she gets a brilliant idea. After she becomes reacquainted with Linc Adams, a redneck womanizer NASCAR driver, with whom she had a blind date a number of years ago, Eve decides that he may be the solution to her problems." See Bookloons for complete review.
- 2005 Kimberly Groff
- Book Quality:
- Warner Books
- Date of Addition:
- Literature and Fiction, Romance,
- Usage Restrictions:
- This is a copyrighted book.
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