Sweet Talk Me by Kieran Kramer

HE’S SURE GOT A WAY WITH WORDS…


The last person True Maybank expected to run into while picking up her wedding gown was country music superstar Harrison Gamble. Years ago, when they were small-town teens in Biscuit Creek, South Carolina, they shared a forbidden night of passion. Now that she’s about to settle down, True’s love affair with the handsome crooner is a thing of the past. Or is it? From the moment he says hello, she has to fight swooning like an adoring fan.



CAN SHE RESIST HIS CHARMS?

Today he’s rich, famous, and on every woman’s hot list. But back in the day, Harrison wasn’t good enough for debutante True. Since then she’s had her fair share of marital prospects, including the perfect Southern gentleman she’s about to settle down with. Is Harrison the only one to realize the mistake True’s about to make? Can the society girl and the sexy singer make music together—this time around?



 “Kieran Kramer’s smart, sassy storytelling charms readers because there is always poignancy mixed with passion, tenderness, and humor.” —RT Book Reviews

Review:
I just adore this novel so much because it has so much love and comedy that it makes the story more compelling. All of the characters (except two) are fabulous and cute. It starts off with True getting married but she ran into her ex love, Harrison. Harrison always love True but he left to chase his dream, which he achieve. These definitely have hot chemistry between each other that it makes us question why they could not make it work and will they go back to each other. There is one thing between them which is True fiance. I just hate her fiance because he is such a jerk and not right for her. True definitely grow throughout the work because she finally finds herself with the help of Harrison. Harrison is perfect for her but he has some demon to figure out too. Everyone will enjoy this story so much that the comedy between the characters will make it quick read.  

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