- File Size: 3243 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Publisher: Big Dog Books, LLC (July 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072B5KYTJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,434 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Stubborn as a Mule (The Sex and Sweet Tea Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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An enemies to lovers story, both Mely and Lowe are interesting and intelligent characters, and I enjoyed the sweet, slow (in book terms, though not in time) build-up of their relationship. This book is full of great characters, in fact, and I mean characters in all senses of the word.
The small town setting was used well as part of the plot; the author cleverly used small town gossip to drive the plot in a way I hadn't seen before but very much enjoyed. I did find the crisis a little predictable, but the characters and stories are so light and funny, it didn't detract from the book for me at all.
If you're looking for down and dirty, this isn't the story for you (though I loved the passing reference to the Wicked Horse, btw!), but if you're looking for a very funny, sweet and fast read, this is a wonderfully well-written, fun story. 5 stars
The story itself was really great. Another sweet read. I liked the premise. I loved the practical jokes. They actually made me laugh out loud. There was some drama but I'm so glad it was squashed quickly. Lowe was a great guy. A real gentleman. Mely was a bit childish. Though I loved the frustration they both gave each other (starts in Ain't He Precious). It really made the build up exciting.
I'm sadden that I didn't love this book. It was good. But it was just too PG-13 for me.
I absolutely love the alternate POVs the story has. It's almost like meeting all the characters in person rather than having them explained to us by a main character. You get a really good feel of their personalities when you read it this way. I had TEARS from laughing so hard and smiles throughout the whole story (except that part where my heart hurt a little). Lowe has met his perfect match with Mely, and Mely with Lowe. And Morri D!! What I wouldn't give to be front and center when the pranks take place. This whole town is amazing!
Juliette keeps it sweet and clean throughout but adds enough fire to really get the heated feelings to burn. You'll LOVE it!!
I fell in love with Lowe in the first book due to his love for the old family house. I couldn't help but to laugh at the banter between this two...put together with Gossip Mill of everyone in town and a drag queen you know you're in for a whole lot of fun to see how Lowe and Mely end up together.
Another great read and a solid 4* for me!
****Received ARC for honest review*****
This is book 2 in the series. The first one is Ain't He Precious. I recommend starting with that but you don't have to.
He and Mely were made for one another. And Mely's best friend? Made the book.
Can't wait to see what's next!
PS: Morris D deserve his own novel (or novella), btw.
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There was hardly much to keep me invested in this one.