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"A delicious romance"

When their divorced parents remarry one another, sisters MacKenzie and Sabrina Bliss react differently. Mackenzie feels this will last forever while the cynical Bliss expects a second divorce within six months. The siblings agree to "change" lives. Mackenzie must drop "Mr. Dull" to seek exciting romance and quit her secure job to begin her dream of her own candy business. Sabrina must settle in one city with one job with no sex for one year except if she falls in love.

Mackenzie feels good about opening up her own candy store and figures she will win the wager as sweetening up her love life should be as easy to do as making some of her sugary concoctions. However, at night she knows whom she wants: bad boy Devlin Brandt has always been her fantasy. When the former cop turns to her for help, Mackenzie thinks fate has interceded, but though he always wanted her, Devlin feels too jaded to taste the SINFULLY SWEET offering of love.

After gaining a few unwanted pounds while reading the delightful THE CHOCOLATE SEDUCTION, this reviewer decided to go all the way with the sequel (I'll lose weight with my husband next week). The story line once again is a fun contemporary romance starring two warm lead protagonists as the syrupy yet luscious duo. Mackenzie's SINFULLY SWEET seduction of Devlin is amusing yet sexy. Carrie Alexander completes her humorous duo with a winning sweetener, but now readers it is diet time in the city once I finish this cream filled chocolate bell.

Harriet Klausner

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 13, 2003

SUMMARY
 

Sinfully Sweet
(HT #929 (Sex and Candy))
by Carrie Alexander

Harlequin (Temptation)
June 1, 2003
ISBN #0373691297
224 pages
Paperback
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Carrie Alexander

Three Little Words
Stroke of Midnight
The Chocolate Seduction
North Country Man
Once Upon a Tiara / Henry Ever After
Risky Moves
The Maverick
Playing With Fire
Smooth Moves


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