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Product Details

  • Series: Sugar Springs (Book 1)
  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; MP3 Una edition (December 25, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 146925073X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1469250731
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,739,072 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Sugar Springs is a deeply emotional story about family ties and second chances. If you love heartwarming small towns, this is one place you'll definitely want to visit." —Hope Ramsay, bestselling author of Last Chance Christmas

"Filled with engaging characters, Sugar Springs is the typical everyone-knows-everyone's-business small town. Law skillfully portrays heroine Lee Ann's doubts and fears, as well as hero Cody's struggle to be a better person than he believes he can be. And Lee Ann's young nieces are a delight." —RT Book Reviews, 4 stars --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Kim Law wrote her first story, “The Gigantic Talking Raisin,” in elementary school. Although it was never published, it was enough to whet her appetite for a career in writing. First, however, she would try her hand at a few other passions: baton twirling, softball, and music, to name a few. Voted Bookworm and Most Likely to Succeed in high school, she went on to earn a college degree in mathematics. Law spent years working as a computer programmer and raising her son, and she now devotes her time and energy to writing romance novels (none of which feature talking raisins). She is a past winner of the Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart Award and currently serves as president for her local RWA chapter. A native of Kentucky, she lives with her husband in Middle Tennessee

More About the Author

As a child, award-winning author Kim Law cultivated a love for chocolate, anything purple, and creative writing. She penned her debut work, "The Gigantic Talking Raisin," in the sixth grade and got hooked on the delights of creating stories. Before settling into the writing life, however, she earned a college degree in mathematics and then worked as a computer programmer--for far too many years. Now she's pursuing her lifelong dream of writing romance novels. She has won the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award, has been a finalist for the prestigious RWA RITA Award, and has served in varied positions for her local RWA chapter. A native of Kentucky, Kim lives with her husband and an assortment of animals in Middle Tennessee.

Visit her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kimlawauthor, her website at www.kimlaw.com, or find her on twitter @kim_law.

Customer Reviews

I look forward to reading the next book in the series!
Lauren G.
A good read... I enjoyed the pace of the story, the twists and turns.
DJ
I actually started reading the second book in this series first.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By David N. Parker VINE VOICE on November 24, 2012
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Lee Ann London has been raising her sister Stephanie's twin girls since they were born. When the surgeon delivered them - prematurely, by cesarean section - he found her laced with cancer. Six days later, she died - leaving her twins for Lee Ann to raise.
Suddenly Cody Dalton, the twins' father, is back in Sugar Springs.
Cody had been Lee Ann's high school sweetheart. She came home one afternoon to find Cody and her sister making out mostly naked on the couch. When she saw them, Stephanie laughed at her, Lee Ann ran to her room - and Cody broke windows, tore down the town's statue in the square, and left town. There hasn't been a single word or any kind of support from Cody as Lee Ann raised the girls as her own. She has also nurtured her hatred of her ex-boyfriend for thirteen years; she doesn't want anything to do with him. But he is the girls' father - they are his children too.
Sugar Springs is a small town. Cody quickly learns that Lee Ann has twin daughters. While Lee Ann makes an effort to keep out of his way, Cody seeks her out. They both realize that they still react to each other, but Lee Ann is fighting her attraction and Cody has no idea about being a father - but he wants to try.
This story of how they try to deal with each other at arm's length while both distrust each other keeps the reader involved. You want to know how they work out their problems - this is a romance, after all - you know they will. But Ms Law throws enough obstacles in their path to stymie almost any romance.
How will they work it out?
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kara J. Jorges VINE VOICE on December 18, 2012
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Lee Ann London had big dreams as a teenager that all got torn away on the day she came home and found out that the love of her life had just slept with her half-sister. Her sister turns up pregnant, and then dies of cancer almost immediately after giving birth to twin girls, so instead of going off to college and realizing her dreams, Lee Ann stays in Sugar Springs to raise the girls. Thirteen years later, her well-ordered world turns upside down when Cody Dalton, the girls' father, comes back to fill in for the town veterinarian when she goes on maternity leave.

Believing Cody knew all about the girls and refused to step up as their father, Lee Ann isn't about to just let him into their lives until he proves himself. She also isn't willing to just forgive and forget that he slept with her sister when he was supposedly in love with her. Of course, Cody finds out the truth before Lee Ann has a chance to tell him, and they all suffer some angst. I'm not a fan of stories wherein the conflict could be solved in a single conversation if the characters would just TALK to each other, but the whole secret baby situation wasn't dragged out as long as I feared it would be and the story actually moved past it rather quickly. Instead, it deals with Cody getting to know his girls and having a few stumbles as a father, while he and Lee Ann work at getting over his mistakes in the past. The book does have a few issues with timing, and there are some important conversations that Lee Ann and Cody put off for flimsy reasons that made it obvious the author was just trying to string the reader along...which became too long. Ditto on the sex scene, which didn't quite fit with the personalities of the characters and felt as if it was pulled from a pile of stock sex scenes somewhere.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By BookLover55 on July 2, 2013
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Incredibly boring and tedious. I slugged through it because I kept expecting something to happen. The ending was lovely (I got warm fuzzies and it felt just like a Hallmark holiday movie), but that's it. The entire book was just very underwhelming, which is unusual for Kim Law.

I just could't get ito this book. The hero cheated on the heroine (14 years ago, but still) with her sister, and now the heroine is raising his kids. I hate secret baby stories, so maybe that's why I didn't like it. It just didn't seem realistic or even interesting.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Weaver VINE VOICE on March 25, 2013
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I love the bad boy/girl girl romances as much as I love the best friends becoming a romantic couple. Both of these were the reason that I ordered Sugar Springs. Unfortunately, I do not like the slept-with-my-sister heroes, and I didn't pick up from the book description that the father of the twins that our heroine, Lee Ann, is raising was also her boyfriend who had cheated on her. This is all revealed in the first chapter, but had it been in the book description, I would have skipped this book all together. But I was already invested, so I decided to read on. Cody, after all, tells Lee Ann from his return to town that the reason he cheated with her sister is that he had been having a bad day and had just found out some very bad news.

The sister is described as having been a jealous, wicked woman, and she's conveniently dead at the start of the novel, so we don't have to worry that she'll cause any future problems for our couple. But, as I read through the book, I kept thinking that the author would have to come up with something amazing to convince me that Cody should be forgiven. The sister's evil jealousy just wasn't enough (and seemed as convenient as the cancer that killed her just after she gave birth). Unfortunately, when Cody's reason is finally revealed, a little more than halfway through the book, I just wasn't buying it. Regardless of my thoughts, Lee Ann not only forgave him, but decided she loved him and was more than willing to give him a second chance. The narrator claims that she was holding back, but I saw it as all talk.

What really killed this book for me, though, was the ending. Without spoiling it, let me just say that, as a mother, I find the hero's actions to be unforgivable.
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