Sweet Home by Tillie Cole Also by this author: Ravage
Series: Sweet Home #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Published by Self Published
on October 13, 2013
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At age twenty, Molly Shakespeare knows a lot.
She knows Descartes and Kant.
She knows academia and Oxford.
She knows that the people who love you leave you.
She knows how to be alone.
But when Molly leaves England's grey skies behind to start a new life at the University of Alabama, she finds that she has a lot to learn—she didn't know a summer could be so hot, she didn't know students could be so intimidating, and she certainly didn't know just how much the folks of Alabama love their football.
When a chance encounter with notorious star quarterback, Romeo Prince, leaves her unable to think of anything but his chocolate-brown eyes, dirty-blond hair and perfect physique, Molly soon realises that her quiet, solitary life is about to dramatically change forever...
Sweet Home was such a powerful great story which I ended up loving. It was so emotional and grabbed me so quickly and took me on this great journey filled with amazingly interesting characters, intense drama and blazing romance.
Molly and Rome’s relationship was a real roller coaster ride of feelings that I greatly enjoyed. Their romance was the opposites attract type with Rome being the famous college football player who could get any girl he wanted and Molly being the quite smart studious girl which I liked seeing how totally opposite character come together and fall for each other. The romance blazed hot and the connection that they had kept building till it was this overwhelming thing that I totally immersed in.
I enjoyed Rome and all of his football hotness and his various emotions and that he was willing to express them, especially his feelings for Molly. He was going through a lot and I felt for him and even though he was the typical popular gorgeous jock who could get any girl he wanted. I enjoyed that he could really see and really connect with Molly. Molly was a cool girl, I liked how she was smart and relatable. Like Rome she had a trying past that she had to deal with.
Overall Sweet Home by Tillie Cole was such a complex, hot and heart wrenching delicious read! It really had me feeling what they were going through. I’m defiantly looking forward to reading more from Tillie Cole.