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Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book. Preview — Love, Alabama by Susan Sands. But the secrets and lies surrounding her scandal still haunt her, and something about Matthew Pope may hold the answers…if only she could put her finger on it.

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Start your review of Love, Alabama Alabama, 2. Apr 29, Hristina rated it really liked it Shelves: chick-litreviewedfrom-netgalleyromancee-books. Copy received through NetGalley Actual rating: 3. I think this book did a great job at bringing in southern charm into the story.

I liked the way this book was written, it worked well as a standalone I only learned it was a series after my NetGalley request was approved. It deals with some serious issues, but keeps romance as the main genre, providing an interesting plot Copy received through NetGalley Actual rating: 3.

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It deals with some serious issues, but keeps romance as the main genre, providing an interesting plot. The dialogues were playful, the characters were great. View 2 comments. Tiffany's Review: I may be a little bias when reviewing this book. I am a former small town Alabama ant girl that attended Auburn University. I feel like this book was written just for me, ha!! Emma had it all Tad, the perfect boyfriend turns out to be anything but! The mystery that surrounds what really happened between Emma and Tad keeps the reader intrigued.

And then there's Matth Tiffany's Review: I may be a little bias when reviewing this book. And then there's Matthew!

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Matthew comes to Emma's hometown to help with the production of her sisters cooking show. Emma and Matthew quickly form a friendship that le to them being more than just friends. I love the chemistry portrayed between these two! Matthew is keeping a secret though.

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When Emma finds out will she be able to forgive him?! I give this book 5 stars!!! Loved it and can't wait to read other books written by Susan Sands! May 06, Tori rated it liked it Shelves: review-for-smexybooksromance-contemporarye-bookhumorsmall-townarcread-in Who cares if she is cursed when it comes to dating men? She has her home, health, business, and family for comfort.

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Meeting Emma Laroux brings back some of those memories. Matthew and Emma soon reach a truce and Emma begins to think that maybe find your love in Alabama curse has been lifted as she and Matthew begin to grow closer and fall for one another. Her narcissistic ex-boyfriend-Tad Beaumont. Tad and Emma dated in college. He broke up with her during a difficult time in her life.

When the lies of the past are finally revealed, can Matthew and Emma weather through them or will the curse claim another victim? Family, second chances, and forgiveness are the bases on which this small town southern romance contemporary is built upon. Though a series, each book can be read as a stand alone. I often enjoy the gossipy nature that permeates these stories and the often eccentric and sometimes outrageous characters who inhabit these towns. Add in a southern flare and you are usually guaranteed to have a good time.

Emma Laroux, crowned Miss Alabama ten years ago, lost her boyfriend, her crown, and her dreams though she has always refused to discuss what happened. A slew of unfortunate circumstances has left her love life nonexistent though it provides much gossip for the residents. The proper southern bell, Emma is a contradiction of steel and deep vulnerability. Intelligent and witty, she is entertaining though there were times though when she became a little too judgemental for me towards those she deems as inappropriate or different.

Matthew is a sweet, hard working, slightly uptight television producer whose past has a very strong hold on him. Born and raised about two hours from Ministry, Matthew left home as soon as he could and never returned except when he was injured while in the military.

A former football player for Auburn, he remembers Emma from their college days though he is reluctant to tell her how he knows her. Matthew more than holds his own with the prickly Ms. Both characters are interesting to an extent but there is nothing that sets them apart from everyone else in the book. The story moves at a meandering pace with the emerging romance a huge part of the storyline while an astonishing amount of subplots flow in and out of it.

We have a stalker, childhood trauma, secret baby daddy, mean girl turned bff, and a mystery from the past. The romance moves fast with Matthew and Emma quickly overcoming their antagonism towards each other and falling in love. We never see the point where they fall in love or even why. Everyone knows who he is-the town mayor.

Their whole attitude was that she would tell them when she was ready.

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The ending is a series of over the top dramatic plot devices that solve all the problems in one lazy swoop. Matthew is the only one whose issues were resolved in what I would deem realistic in time and manner. We are left wondering how and why this was able to resolve so effortlessly. It flips back and forth with an unsteadiness that is noticeable. Apr 17, Megan A to Turn rated it really liked it.

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My rating: 4. It had connection, well-developed characters, flawed humans, suspense, blurred lines and broken trust. It's a beautiful story of second chances at love, learning to let go of the past, and living life to it's fullest potential. We meet Emma, the former beauty queen, on the set of her sister's new cooking show that's to be tapped, directed and produced by a hot shot from NYC named Matthew. The banter and My rating: 4. The banter and connection between these two is undeniable.

Sands writes them both so well in this disconnected version of third person, but for this book, it seems to work. I'm genuinely more a fan of first person, but I liked this take on third.