Review

I fell in love with Rome in Sweet Home. There was something in the way he loved Molly that was sweet and all-encompassing. For a guy who grew up not being loved by his own parents, he was capable to giving so much love, not just to Molly but to everyone else around him too. He was rich but never arrogant. He was a very good athlete, but he was never conceited. On paper, Romeo Prince was the perfect book boyfriend.

I was very excited to read this book the moment I learned this was mostly on his POV, his side of the story. I loved every single page of this book. It was like making the journey with him and Molly again, but this time, seeing things through his eyes. All those scenes that Molly narrated in the previous books were now narrated by Rome, and he gave an entirely different view of things.

I am going to rate this book 4 red hearts not because it wasn’t as great as the previous book. It’s just that this would have served better as a companion novella and could have been shorter. The best thing I loved about this book was the last few chapters where it was now back to the present. There were narrations made by both him and Molly that showed what their life together was after their HEA in the first book. I just wish it didn’t have to take so many pages for me to get there. Anyway, thank goodness Tillie Cole wrote this book because while it was repetitive of the first book, it was never boring and can definitely still touch your heart like you’ve just read the story for the first time.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Sweet Home

Book 1.5 – Sweet Rome

Book 2 – Sweet Fall

Book 3 – Sweet Hope

Book 4 – Sweet Soul

 

 

 

 

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