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Sugar (Wrecked) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B075FRX67X
- Language : English
- File size : 2600 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 244 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 71,504 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The storyline was sweet and for the most part smooth flowing. I did find there were a few plot holes, or jumps that jarred that flow, but for the most part they were minor. The Jenny sub-plot was the bigger of those, and was obviously meant to be slowly revealed, but I found it jarred at times. Also, Addy went from being professional and her first POV indicated she knew a little about Beau, but then further down the track her POV stated that she'd had a crush on him since he first came on the scene, and was then gushing about how she wanted to see him naked, which seemed to be a complete 180 from the girl we first met.
I didn't like the Tara parts either - I felt like they were only there to create angst between Beau and Addy rather than provide any other substance.
Aside from those, I did enjoy their blossoming romance - especially how Beau realised that Addy brought out the best in him, and made him want to be a better version of himself.
I am interested in reading Stone's book, as I came by this one following the 'Expose' books (so had read Lucky Number Eleven before this one), and I wouldn't rule out reading more books by this author in the future either.
I absolutely LOVED this book! Being an Aussie country music/cowboys aren't big here so its not something I usually choose to read... but if Mandi writes I read! Its that simple and I loved it! Absolutely loved it, it is everything you want in a story, you will laugh, cry, swoon, and boy oh boy will you swoon!
Is it to soon to do a re-read?? I miss Beau and Addy already!
I was engaged in the story and eager to read the next chapter everytime I finished one. With just enough angst to give drama and depth, without making it a heavy read, I found Sugar entertaining and fun.
There's a close group of friends and families that will do anything for each other even if they do the wrong things for the right reasons. The an easy going banter through Sugar with the characters. There's lust, passion, love, jealousy, anger, heartbreak, hot sex & water melon 🍉😉
⛔️⛔️⛔️ SPOILERS AHEAD ⛔️⛔️⛔️
Beau McCrae is Country's Bad boy, he's hot as sin and has been spiralling out of control after losing his girlfriend with a revolving tour bus door of groupies. Now he needs a new record label in steps Hard Candy Records in form of a little hot firecracker named Addy. Addy is now his date at events to keep his butt out of bad press. She's his boss so he shouldn't want her, she a good girl with a body made for sinning. But is it's too late when he realises he craves her like an addict?
Addy Mae Masterson is the daughter of a preacher, has a job she loves at Hard Candy, the company is getting stronger by the day but so do Addy's feelings when she's attached to something. She's now babysitting sinfully sexy Beau and he's trouble with a cap T. But she's also in trouble because she's fallen for his charm. How long can she resist him and avoid getting her heart broken?
Will Beau & Addy get their HEA?
Or will his past stop him from loving?
“I’m pretty sure you can control yourself until you get me back to my place.”“Your place? No, ma’am, that would take a saint. You should know by now, I’m no saint, Sugar. I’m a sinner. The best kind though.”“Then you better take me to church, Beau.”
Added Bonus you get a look into Stone's life in Stoned.
Top reviews from other countries
I loved Sam Hunt before reading this book. Now all I can think about is that Sam is Beau ♡
This book... set my damn emotions on a rollercoaster.
Beau... At first I didnt know what to think about him, he then got me laughing, then saying 'Holy Moly' from the hotness, swooning, wanting to slap him, swooning some more and then my damn eyes filling with happy tears.
All in all I love this hot, funny, sexy, dirty mouthed singer.
I now wont beable to look at a juicy watermelon the same way again haha.
Addy I just loved her and her take no rubbish attitude. She really was like a Bulldog haha.
It was fab having Stone, Willow and the gang in this book. I've missed them lots.
Once I started reading I just couldnt stop. Beau was just so addictive I just needed to read more and more.
Mandi this book is truly amazing ♡
I liked the book . Sweet story .
Beau has those ingrained southern manners, but sometimes he may forget to use them. He's earned the title of bad boy, and he basks in all its glory. But what his confidence and bad boy persona overshadow is his desire to be wanted for more than his fame. Maybe to the point that he doesn't understand that desire himself.
Addy Mae is a bada**. She holds down the fort at Hard Candy Records, and her confidence in her ability to do her job is admirable. When her job moves her from assisting all clients to essentially babysitting Beau McCrae, Country music's biggest bad boy, all bets are off. Her insistence to keep everything professional helps build a bit of angst, but the tension between the two is undeniable.
I wasn't sure how I was going to feel at first. I was having a difficult time relating to Beau because his attitude was a major turn off in the beginning. But Mandi Beck is a genius with world building and character development. Once I was sucked in, a point I didn't expect to get to, I was ALL IN - no exceptions. I absolutely adored Sugar, Addy Mae, and Beau's swoony self.
4.5 - will absolutely read this again - stars
Sugar is a standalone story by Mandi Beck.
(However, it is set in the "world" from Stoned and because of this, reading Sugar before Stoned may give minor spoilers as Mandi gives us cameos by some of our favorite Stoned characters.)
Beau McCrae is the ultimate country boy, but Country Music's bad boy is haunted by his past & has become little "too bad" for his own good. This causes his label to drop him. Thankfully his manager is had an in with Addie Mae Masterson at Hard Candy Records. Addy Mae knows a star when she hears one & is smart enough to sign Beau. But as his new boss, will she be able to resist Beau or will she finally give in to his charms? I can't tell you more without giving you spoilers, but what follows is a hot ride with twists & turns, lots of laughs, and some hot as hell love scenes!
I could not put this book down! As always Mandi gives us characters that you just can't get enough of & can't help but love & secondary characters **Sealy...sigh** that leave you wanting more!
For a fun, hot, sexy, (did I mention HOT?) easy read you should definitely check it out! Beau & Addy Mae will definitely "Watermelon Crawl" their way into your heart.