New York Times bestselling author Lauren Dane delivers another great read with this sweet and sexy contemporary romance.
An impromptu road trip makes for the honeymoon Gregori and Wren didn’t know they wanted.
Bad-boy artist Gregori Ivanov wants nothing more than to marry Wren Davis. He’s asked her before—more than once—but she insisted on waiting until she’d established her career. Now that the time is finally right, Gregori has one hell of a celebration in mind. Fine dining, museums and NYC luxury all the way…not to mention all the newlywed sex they’ll be having.
The universe, unfortunately, did not get the message. When their plane is grounded in Idaho, they’re forced to improvise a road trip to get back home to Seattle instead of the romantic getaway Gregori painstakingly planned.
Between giant roadside potato museums, funky galleries in tiny two-stoplight towns, and some surprisingly great diner food—plus some seriously great sex—Gregori and Wren unexpectedly find themselves on a honeymoon as unique and memorable as their love.
Don’t miss these other contemporary romances from Lauren Dane:
Book #1: Unraveled
Book #2: Jagged
Book #3: Torn
The Chase Brothers:
Book #1: Giving Chase
Book #2: Taking Chase
Book #3: Chased
Book #4: Making Chase
Book #1: Once and Again
Book #2: Lost in You
Book #3: Count on Me
The Hurley Boys:
Book #1: The Best Kind of Trouble
Book #2: Broken Open
Book #3: Back to You
3.25 stars-quick, romantic, sugar coated story
3.25stars--SUGAR is the sequel novella to Lauren Dane’s contemporary, adult CAKE romance story line focusing on artists and lovers Wren Davis, and Gregori Ivanov. SUGAR can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous instalment is revealed where necessary but I recommend reading book one CAKE for backstory and cohesion.
Told from dual third person perspectives (Wren and Gregori) SUGAR fast forwards Wren and Gregori’s story approximately six years wherein Gregori’s latest proposal of marriage is finally accepted by our storyline heroine. Having set his marriage plans into motion, Gregori booked a plane from Seattle to New York, in the hopes of celebrating his wedding with his bride to be but bad weather derailed the plane on the way to the Big Apple, such that our couple rented a car and made the cross –country journey back home. What ensues is a sweet, tender and gentle look as a surly Russian artist as he gives into his new wife’s sense of adventure and fun.
SUGAR is a quick read; a romantic, sugar-coated story of one couple’s adventurous honeymoon and the stops along the way.