burned in the past by an office fling gone sour, Abigail
Duncan now refuses to ever get involved with a colleague
again. Too bad Sebastian McCallum, the man of her
fantasies, is a coworker of hers and thus off-limits. But
when her best friend throws a “naughty edibles” party and
Seb turns up, the pull to give in to their mutual attraction
is too sweet a temptation for Abbie to resist.
tension so strong the fulfillment of it positively snaps and
a romance that’s incredibly sweet without ever being
cloying, Sweet Tart is a delicious,
appropriately-named treat. Abbie is a truly fun heroine.
Having been through a terrible breakup that unfairly cost
her her job in the past, it’s reasonable that she’s gun-shy
of ever becoming romantically involved with someone she
works with. All the same, I loved watching Seb break
through her barriers. Speaking of the luscious hero, Seb is
a fantastic mix of brains and mouth-wateringly good looks.
It was easy to see why Abbie’s fantasies revolve around
is a delectable, erotic pleasure I consumed in one sitting.
This is the first time I’ve read a story of Kris Starr’s and
it definitely won’t be the last!