Sweet Tea and Secrets by Nancy Naigle

Leah Courtney
This free Kindle read was much more interesting and better to read than the last two I've attempted.  With a touch of humor, some strong Southern personalities, a mystery to solve, and a sweet romance rekindled, this one had some great elements.

The hero and heroine were charming and likable.  The villains were nasty and evil.  Southern charm abounded. This one was a good read.  There were a few unrealistic and somewhat predictable moments, but, for the most part, I was very interested and would love to look for the second book as this was the first in a series.

I would give this one four stars and rate it PG.  There were a few references to adult situations but no description at all and no bad language.  There were quite a few references to the characters attending church and the deceased grandmother of our heroine was referred to as being in heaven looking down and interfering with the characters lives.  It was a clean, easy read.  I would let my preteen read this one.

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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