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You, Me And Sweet Tea (Redneck Fabulous)

by Calico Daniels

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Paisley Archer and Matt Weston had been sweethearts for years and when Matt walked away from their marriage, and his father, to chase his dream of becoming a bull riding champion, Paisley was left with a broken heart. Can Matt repair the damage?

I very rarely read novellas under a hundred pages but something about the title and description drew me in. I'm a southern girl and, yes, I love my sweet tea so the title intrigued me. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Sweet Tea was the nickname of big, floppy-eared, black and white hound dog name Tortilla. I love it when a pet is included in a story. I think it enhances it greatly and "Tilla" won my heart very quickly. This was a very charming and delightful story. It was light-hearted yet a little intense all at the same time. It had a small town setting with charming characters, rodeos and cowboys. Who doesn't love cowboys? It was a story of love, hope and restoration and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Calico Daniels (I love her name!) is an author to watch. I highly recommend it to anyone that loves novellas and sweet contemporary romance!

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review. The opinions expressed are mine alone. If I recommend a book it's simply because I enjoyed it. I received no monetary compensation for this review. ( )
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