- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 9 hours and 6 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: October 12, 2012
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009POL060
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Sweet Tea and Secrets: An Adams Grove Novel, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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It took me a while to warm up to Jill. Although there were references to a "betrayal", half the book was over before we find out what it was, and although Garrett keeps telling Jill that there was NO betrayal, she keeps throwing up barriers to their relationship. While I understand the emotional reasons for this, when she kept doing it in the face of the evidence presented to her, it became a bit tedious. Garett is a good guy, and is trying desperately to be patient while Jill sorts things out. Pearl, although she passes away early on in the book, is a signifigant force in the story. The mystery surrounding the treasure, and those conspiring to get their hands on it, is a good sub-plot.
All in all, I am glad I stumbled across this book, and as I said, I will be reading more.
Jill and Garrett grew up living in the same town but she got a career opportunity in another state and went for it.
Upon her grandmother dying she moved back to town to deal with the property and ran into her long lost friend.
Just simple free things one could do to
show their affection towards one another was priceless.
In her will the grandmother, Pearl had plans for them to live together and then after a set period of time if it hadn't worked out
they could separate and divide the proceeds. Some of her land would go to him for his dream, Bridal Path Estates a charity for children.
While he heads out of state to deal with his business problem she heads back to where she works for Hase Foundation and her boyfriend to tell him she has to leave. What she finds when she arrives is beyond shock.
House breakin's and other dangerous attempts as she searched in the attic, papers from her grandfather that she never even knew about-trying to find the connection with it all.
Hearing about the treasure hunter and his fortune and how they go about discovering what it is and where.
Poisoned food, fires and more to get her out of her house are enough to combat. And she doens't know why these things are happening.
Love that I have a connection with Blacksburg, knitting, gardening and pearls.
Love recipes at the end.
This book will keep you reading without stopping toThis book will keep you interested in the happenings between their
I'd never read Nancy Naigle before, but found this story sweet with some intrigue. It's not a John Sanford, or James Patterson book by any means, but then I didn't want that intensity at this time anyway.
For a lighter flair, Sweet Tea and Secrets was good. My rating would've been four (4) stars if the book had been properly proofread. As it is, those errors bothered me, a former editor/proofreader!
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Like that candy bar at the end of day, satisfying!