Review: Sweetest Mistake by Candis Terry

Sweetest Mistake by Candis Terry
Publication Date: December 31, 2013
Reviewed by: Reading In Pajamas/ Dawn
Rated: 4 Stars



When friends become lovers . . .

Firefighter and former Marine Jackson Wilder has tough guy down to an art, but he’s learned the hard way that promises were made to be broken. Abigail Morgan was once his best friend, his first kiss, his first love, his first everything. He’d just forgotten to mention all that to her and she blew out of his life. Five years later, she’s back and he’s battling a load of mistrust for her disappearing act. But for some reason he just can’t keep his lips—or his hands—to himself.

It can lead to disaster or . . .

When her stint as a trophy wife abruptly ends, Abby returns home to Sweet, Texas, and comes face-to-face with Jackson—her biggest and sexiest mistake. Time and distance did nothing to squash her love for the act-first-think-later stubborn hunk of a man, and when he suggests they renew their old just-friends vow, Abby realizes she wants more. She’d cut and run once. Could she do it again? Or could she tempt him enough to break his promise?

The Sweetest Mistake


A great story that takes you through a journey of first loves finding each other all over again. Abby and Jackson have known each other their whole lives and have been in love with each other about that long, but not knowing the other felt the same way. Abby came back to town to sell her parents house after her divorce. Jackson came back to town after being in the military. Their attraction sizzled from the moment they saw each other after Abby had left town so many years ago without an explanation. I loved watching these two reconnect their lives and rekindling their past had obstacles that kept me interested. I look forward to the next book in the series.

*Review copy provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

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