Review: Sweet Talkin’ Lover

Sweet Talkin' Lover (Girls Trip, #1)


Tracey Livesay delivers the first novel in her sexy new series about lifelong friends and unforgettable love stories.

When everything is on the line,

surrendering completely to love is your only choice…

Marketing manager Caila Harris knows that the road to success in the beauty industry doesn’t allow for detours. She’s forsaken any trace of a social life, working 24/7 to ensure her next promotion. When grief over her grandfather’s death leads to several catastrophic decisions, Caila gets one final chance to prove herself: shut down an unprofitable factory in a small Southern town. But as soon as she arrives in Bradleton, she meets one outsized problem: the town’s gorgeous mayor.

Wyatt Bradley isn’t thrilled about his nickname, Mayor McHottie. He’s even less happy to learn that his town might be losing its biggest employer. If he has to, he’ll use some sneaky tactics to get Caila on his side. Yet even as he’s hoping she’ll fall for Bradleton, he’s falling too—right into a combustible affair that shakes them both with its intensity.

Two stubborn people, torn between loyalty, ambition, and attraction. But when you’re willing to give it your all, there’s no limit to how far love can take you…

Rating: 4-stars


Sweet Talkin Lover by Tracey Livesay is a great contemporary novel that shows there’s more to life than just work. Responsibilities, loyalties, and ambition are shown throughout this book. The characters were just as hardworking and stubborn as each other. I was surprised that either one could let go and live a little. The mayor knew how to charm and entice any woman. But he was deeply concerned for his town. Then enters, a marketing agent and she stirs up much more than just worries for his town. There’s charm, sparks, and tensions in this read.


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