[Review] Bittersweet by Sunday James



 

Sparks fly between a sexy stranger and a small-town waitress in this steamy new contemporary romance…

When new teen TV series 'Bittersweet' begins shooting in Dogwood, Virginia, the small town is abuzz with excitement. But local waitress Cathy Johnson has too much on her plate to waste time being star-struck. To Cathy, "bittersweet" is just the word that sums up her love-life after her high school romance ended in disaster. Since then she’s hardly had time to brush her hair, let alone think about relationships. Certainly not the kind being played out in front of the cameras by impossibly beautiful actors posing as teenagers…

But all that changes when tall, dark, blue-eyed stranger Greg Moran arrives in Dogwood along with the 'Bittersweet' cast and crew. Cathy and the devastatingly sexy New Yorker have instant chemistry. But Greg blows hot (STEAMING hot) and cold with her romantically, leaving Cathy’s head in a spin. She has a feeling he’s keeping something from her… If Cathy is willing to drop her emotional walls, why is Greg still so intense and mysterious? What is it in his past – or present – that means he’s keeping Cathy at arm’s length? How badly has his heart really been broken before?

Cathy and Greg are magnetically drawn to one another, but they’ll have to fight to keep their relationship from turning sour. Will they make it? If it’s hard to let go of the past, falling in love can be BITTERSWEET…

 **Book Received in exchange for an honest review**

This is the first book I've ready by Sunday James and I so want to continue with Cathy and Greg's story.
Greg shows up in town and Cathy believes he's crew for the TV series that's being filmed in their quaint little town, but finds out that he's actually one of the actors.
There are a couple of issues that envelope Greg from the start, 1 being back home and 2 his co star.
They're both major daggers to him and Cathy.
Just when you think you're breaking down his wall and finding a little more about him though, something happens and the wall gets rebuilt.
The way he blows hot and cold with Cathy though is completely readable... I don't think i've ever read and hot and cold character like Greg before... he's worse than a British Summer.
When issue one comes to light you can already tell it's far from over (will have to get the next to find this out though,) and we've not even started on issue 2!
The book leaves you on a hopeful high that just like their love life, will more than likely come crashing down... a bloody lot!

 


 

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