Sweet Resolve (The Lucky Series Book 2) by Jill Sanders (a review)

4 Stars!

One of my favorite things to do is to curl up on the couch with a blanket, drinking tea, and reading a nice sweet book…no angst, no crazy drama, just a sweet love novel.   When I’m in the mood for one of these days, I like my Jill Sanders’ books. She is the queen of sweet and Sweet Resolve delivers for me.

Amy and Logan have known each since childhood, but it wasn’t in the nice way. Logan was a terrible bully. He tortured Amy every day until he moves away.  Years later, Amy finds herself working with Logan. Amy is hard to forgive and forget, but Logan regrets how he treated her.  Amy decides to bestow a little revenge on Logan; in meantime, he  is trying to earn her forgiveness. The more time they spend together the more they both realize they aren’t the children they used to be.  They have both grown up.  Can Amy forgive Logan? Can Logan give Amy her happy ending?

Amy has the best heart. Even when she is hating Logan and trying to carry out her revenge on him, she’s actually still nice to him. She feels bad and questions what she is doing a lot, which I can understand because Logan is such a sweetheart! He knows he made a mistake when he was young and is trying to make up for it. Logan had rough childhood and he was just a boy when he bullied Amy;  a boy who didn’t know how to be around a girl he liked.  So I forgave Logan very early on and I knew Amy wasn’t going to be able to resist his charm.

The best part about this book is the build up to their relationship.  This is where Jill Sanders really succeeds. She knows how to describe that innocent beginning stage where a relationship is blooming; the time where you like each other, but you’re not quite dating.  It’s about the small things, the innocent flirting. It’s all new and there are butterflies in your stomach from a simple touch. Jill Sanders has got that down! I could feel the butterflies forming as Amy and Logan fell in love. It was quite beautiful .  There wasn’t a lot of drama and they talked most of their issues out..

“Amy Walker, I’d go through heaven and hell to be with you. I want to grow old and raise puppies and kids with you. With you next to me, I’d be the luckiest man alive. Will you marry me?”

Such a happy ending!  Like I said, just a sweet and easy read.

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