Review: Sweet Tea

Have you ever felt like you’ve just read a movie? I listened to Sweet Tea as an audiobook, and it felt exactly like listening to a Hallmark movie.

This was such a sweet, clean romance story. And while the central relationship is Althea and Jack, the healing relationship between Althea and her grandmother is so endearing. I actually loved Granda – she was the sassiest lady and stole every scene she was in.

I do feel like the reason Althea was in the south from New York was forgotten about for a while in the middle of the middle of the book. But I did really enjoy the story.

The feast fundraiser for Milford College was such a fun idea, and I was definitely craving some biscuits and corn bread.

Thank you to NetGalley and Piper Huguley for the advanced listening copy in exchange for my honest opinions.

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