Sweet on You

I was so excited when I saw that this book was available to read and review; I have been checking pretty much every week and it finally was released to the advanced readers, and I read it over the weekend!

Becky Wade has been a long-time favorite author of mine; I loved her writings since her very first book came out, and I’ve been following and reading ever since.

Sweet on You is the third book in her “Bradford Sisters Romance” series, and probably my favorite so far.  It follows the story of the youngest sister, Britt, and her best friend Zander, who has had a crush on her since meeting her as teenagers.  Their story was so sweet and surprisingly full of adventure and mystery, which I had forgotten that Wade has been weaving into the books in this series.  It kept my attention all the way through–I read it in one sitting Saturday morning; it took me five hours 😂.  I would totally sit back down and read it through all over again too except I have so many other books lined up.  The only thing I wish could have been different in the book would have been to have the characters have some sort of arc in their relationship with God; at the beginning of the book it mentioned that they kind of believed in God, but they didn’t really believe He was good or interested in their lives, and although they did pray when things got rough, there never really was a growth in their faith indicated.  Usually, Wade does have the characters grow in their faith throughout the story, so I thought that was unusual for her.  And perhaps them praying in the scary parts was supposed to be that “full circle, I believe in God now” thing, but I don’t remember there being anything mentioned after the ‘scary’ parts, so that’s why I’m mentioning it.

Anyway, I would still totally recommend it, as I would anything of Wade’s, and I look forward to seeing what she comes out with next!

Thank you to the publishers, Bethany House, for providing me with an electronic advanced copy of this novel to read and review.  The links in this post are affiliate links to amazon, which means that if you click through to purchase the book, I’ll get a small commission, but it won’t increase your price any.  I received a copy of this book for free. I was not required to post a positive review and the views and opinions expressed are my own.

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