Megan Derr

Something Sweet by Megan Derr Review

Review:

Something Sweet - Megan Derr

It’s just another day at the candy shop for Sherlock: a quiet afternoon spent more on reading his latest fantasy novel than on selling candy. The kind of day he loves, even if the looming New Year’s Eve leaves him feeling nostalgic and a little lonely. But then the last person he ever expected to see walks through the door of his shop, and Sherlock realizes that some things don’t fade with time, but grow stronger.

 

Review

This book is a tease. The heroes are wonderful. Bookworm, candy store owner and ex football player turned writer. They both had crushes on each other in high school.

 

I liked it a great deal but it needed to be a much longer book with these wonderful characters.

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Delivery with a Smile (Delivery with a Smile #1) by Megan Derr Review

Review:

Delivery with a Smile - Megan Derr

Jack worked hard to obtain a normal life. He might not love it, but it’s better than the criminal life he left behind—even if it cost literally everything, and he really does hate being a damned delivery man. On the bright side, his route includes a friendly old lady who makes the world’s best cookies and regales him with tales of her hot, jet-setting son. Normalcy definitely has perks. 

Then he walks in on her and her son arguing with men at gunpoint.

 

Review

 

This is a great short story with madcap pacing and lots of chemistry. It made me smile.

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