Return to Sender
Book 3 in the Love So Sweet Collection, Love So Sweet
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Lauren Summers leads a life of routine, rules and lists. She doesn’t have time for romance or excitement and certainly not for mysterious invitations that tempt her to break all her own rules. The only solution? Return it. It wasn’t mean for her anyways. But while she’s determined to rid herself of temptation, someone from her past has other ideas…
WARNING: This is a SWEET ROMANCE novella full of love, laughter, soul mates and chocolate.
This is book 3 in the Sweet Collection available only on ibooks. Sweet Memories and Sweet Dreams come before this story and you’ll recognize lovable characters from those stories.
I lost interest at 84%
Return to Sender/Sweet Return by Steena Holmes
Invitation to Eden #15
Part of a Series: Love So Sweet #3
Tags: Contemporary, Sweet Romance, M/F, Reunited Lovers, Heroine: 25-29, DNF
Length: 9 Chapters
*Purchased and read as part of THE BAD BOYS OF EDEN: Billionaires, Alphas, Bikers, and Doms Boxed Set.
Steena Holmes was another new to me author from this collection. Return To Sender is the same story as Sweet Return (the third book in the Sweet Love Series) except one of them has bonus material.
I didn't finish this story (quit at 84%). The reason why Marc stood her up six years ago boiled down to cowardice, among a few other things. Lauren had every right to demand answers and to understand his actions, and while I applauded his honesty regardless of how painful or detrimental it may be to their future, I got frustrated with Lauren for constantly running away as soon as she heard something she didn't like. She'd pined for him for six years, and she couldn't stand her ground and talk to him like an adult? By the time I'd given up on their story, she'd bolted two or three times. Talking to a random stranger opened her eyes, so I stopped there knowing they'd get their HEA. I just wasn't invested in their journey anymore. What I did read was okay, but I'm not compelled to pick up any other books from this author.
Even though this was a sweet romance, I thought it still fit in the Eden collection, after all the island makes wishes come true.