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SWEET LOVE is written in a very humorous tone, but there are also a lot of touching emotional scenes.
Sarah Strohmeyer is highly recommended to anyone as an author - all her books have been enjoyable to read from Bubbles escapades to Sweet Love.
This is definitely a book to gift to mothers, daughters, sisters, cousins and friends... especially those who are dealing with real life.
excellent this is so good you will not want to put it down just keep reading and then read againPublished 5 months ago by Evelyn J. Morales
I love this Author because she makes me laugh
this is going to be a very good book.
I wish we could buy her DVD.
Am I the only one put off by the juxtaposition in this chic-lit lite tale of smart-alecky humor with minor story lines of young girls being kidnapped, raped and killed and mothers... Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by Samsarabooks
Set in the '70's, Julie Mueller is a single mom holding down a job as a reporter. She hopes to become a real mover and shaker with a bigger reporting role. Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by LOUISE M. ZUCKERMAN
I enjoyed this book, i loved the character's and you kinda did not know where the story was going which I also liked. Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by Cheryl Panebianco
I have enjoyed Sarah Strohmeyer's other books but I did not think that this one was very good. Maybe I had too high of expectation and really just needed a "light" read. Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by J. Ramm
This was the sweetest book. I had a little trouble getting in to it, but once I did- I couldnt put it down.
It was absolutely fabulous and I recommend everyone read it!
Julie Mueller has known Michael Slayton since she was 10 years old. At age 17, she discovered that she was in love with him, only to be rebuffed. Read morePublished on June 14, 2010 by S. Collier
I loved this book by Sarah Strohmeyer, for me it's her finest work yet. The characters are solid, accessible, and memorable. Read morePublished on September 3, 2009 by Guillermo Amaro