When we relocated to a little town called Springhill, Texas, I was angry with a huge chip on my shoulder. I never realized that one move would change my life. I never contemplated returning nineteen years later, torn between what was most important—a daughter—and the man and woman who still ached for me just as deeply as they did one another.
Now someone is stalking the woman I love, the mother of my daughter. Her museum has been burned to the ground, her Jeep vandalized, and confidential suggestive photos sent to her family.
Secrets will be exposed. Truths will be unveiled. Lives will forever be changed.
Will these revelations bring us closer … or will one person from our past ruin everything and destroy our chances at forever?
Complete and Total Perfection
“My love is endless. It will never cease.”
I had to wait a few days after I finished reading this because I needed time to pull all the pieces of my soul back together first. Now don’t worry. This book has an ending that will leave you filled with happiness and relief. But getting there…. that’s what’s going to shatter you.
This is part two of a duet. Part one, Call Me Sugar, is just as fantastic as this book but left me broken. Fortunately Call Me Sweetheart was there waiting for me. I would never have been able to bear the end without it. I literally finished book one and immediately began book two. (Well, after I was finally able to stop crying and could read the words.) That being said, it is possible to read Sweetheart without reading Sugar first. Lacee includes enough in Sweetheart that you can easily catch on. But why? Why cheat yourself out of first getting to know and love Jason, Keith and Jen the way Lacee intended?
This trio, this is true ménage. These are three people who truly love each other equally in all ways and when Jason left, he forced three people to live incomplete in every way. I was so angry at him for leaving. A part of me was glad he hurt so bad. He deserved it. How could he do that to them all? He did a good job convincing himself it was the right choice for all three of them but he was so absolutely completely wrong!
As I said above, this book will rip your heart out. I cried so much! You will feel every emotion they all feel and it will not let go of your heart until the very end. If I have any complaint it’s that we don’t get an epilogue that takes place many years in the future so we know, for sure, without any doubt, that they never let anything tear them apart again.
This book, this duet, is one of the best books I’ve ever read. Jason, Keith and Jen will forever have a tiny piece of my heart and I will never forget them. (And now I’m crying again…).