Tuesday, August 6, 2013

ARC BOOK REVIEW ~ SURRENDER TO SULTRY BY MACY BECKETT





Title: Surrender To Sultry (Sultry Springs, Book Three)
Author: Macy Beckett
Expected Release Date: August 6, 2013

ARC provided by NetGalley

Leah McMahon is back in Sultry Springs, Texas to help her dad recover from surgery. But there's a new sheriff in town and he's none other than Colton Bea, the wild-as-weeds boy who stole her heart a decade earlier. Colt's a changed man now, and the feelings between these high school sweethearts are stronger than ever. But Leah's got a secret so devastating that he may never forgive her. Can she find a way to earn absolution and build a future with the sultry man she's loved half her life?






Book Review

I have fallen in love with Beckett's Sultry Springs Series. It has charm, humor, and that loving familiarity that comes from living in a small town. Reading Beckett's books is like sipping on sweet tea, rocking on your front porch, while watching the sun set. I can practically hear the cicadas chirping. 

Colt Bea was a teenage rebel, hell bent on living it up and causing trouble wherever he went. But when he meets Sultry Springs preacher's daughter, Leah McMahon, he finds out just how perfect heaven feels in his arms. 

But Colt takes Leah's tender heart and breaks it in two--and Leah flees town only to return ten years later in order to take care of her father.

During Leah's absence, Colt realizes just how much he wronged her. And his guilt push him to heavy drinking and womanizing, until he's caught in the sticky trap of a woman scorned. Said woman beams him with her car and Colt's serious injuries give him time to reflect on his bad boy ways and he turns over a new leaf. 

But he has never forgotten the girl he once had--his Angel--and how he let her slip right through his fingers. 

When Leah returns to Sultry Springs, Colt is determined to set things right and show Leah he's not the boy he used to be. But Leah has a secret that has the potential to blow any chance of reconciliation sky high. 

Beckett is a natural when it comes to creating unforgettable characters layered with good 'ol southern humor. And Sultry Springs is a place you will want to come back and visit time and time again. 

2 comments:

  1. Great review. Have not tried this series.

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    1. WD--I am sure you'd love it, just like I do. Thanks for reading my review ~

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