Review of Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper

Margot Cary has lost everything that’s important to her in the first Southern Eclectic story, Sweet Tea and Sympathy.Her event planning job, her friends and now her apartment. But an unexpected offer from the family she didn’t even know she had sends her to Lake Sackett, Georgia and the McCready Family Funeral Home and Bait Shop. While Margot gets to know her cousins and the father she never knew, she also gets entangled with the handsome school principle, Kyle Archer, and his two daughters. So when a new job opportunity finally comes up, will Margot be able to leave her family and Kyle behind or will she stay in Lake Sackett?

I really like this new series, especially after reading Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck.Margot was nice and angsty, worrying over her lack of job opportunities andĀ Starbucks coffee. But she grows to love her family and deep fried foods, but not the sweet tea. Can’t say I blame her there. Kyle is a surprisingly good single father with two very quirky children. I liked how Margot and Kyle kept running into each other, literally, and how that got their relationship off to a start. Most of all, I really like Lake Sackett and wished I could live there. It sounds like a very interesting place. I’m looking forward to Peachy Flippin’ Keenin April.

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