Ann Weaver knows getting ditched by Jack Bloom back in high school was for the best. He may have been her first, but she’s twenty-nine now and way over him. When a night out with friends—and a couple of glasses of wine—starts them all talking about regrets, Ann decides it’s time to confront the past. Luckily, hers has recently moved back to town, and he looks just as good as ever.
There’s something different about Jack, though. He’s funny, kind, and amazing in bed—but he’s also sweeter than she remembers. Soon Ann starts to forget she’s in it for revenge.
Jack is older and wiser now, and he’s ready to do whatever it takes for a chance at a future with very grown-up, gorgeous Ann. But once Jack learns about her motive for rekindling their romance, he has to decide if love can push through the lie.
Each book in the Best Revenge series is a STANDALONE story that can be enjoyed out of order.
* Served Cold
* Served Hot
* Served Sweet
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I really liked this second chance romance. Ann and her friends, Maya and Riley are fun, feisty and extremely loyal. Add Jack and his friends, Dex and Anson and the drama intensifies because each women find each man their enemy. Plans of revenge unfold as the no plans to fall in love develop. Jack and Ann's story is bittersweet with a deliciously sexy happy ending.
Served Cold is the start of a fun little revenge series by Marie Harte. We got 6 people that went to high school together. Ann, Riley and Maya stayed friends and continued to live in town. 12 years later and the three men who wronged them move back.
In this first book, we get Ann and Jacks story. These two were the high school sweethearts that everyone thought would be together forever, until Jack dumps Ann in a very public and embarrassing way. What she doesn’t know is that others conspired to break these two up. When Jack moves back, he realizes he will never get over Ann and he’s willing to put the past behind him to get her back. Ann isn’t so forgiving and decides to get back at him.
For a revenge story this actually was more light and fun. Ann is just too nice to seek revenge and she realizes she never got over Jack either. I enjoyed reading about Jack wining and dining her. For him thinking she cheated on him in high school, he isn’t holding back on her. It’s actually very sweet.