Review of Strawberries for Dessert (Coda Books #4) by Marie Sexton


Strawberries for Dessert by Marie Sexton

My rating: 4.5 can’t get enough of 5 stars

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(I couldn’t resist.)

Strawberries for dessert was…

Sweet…
Riveting…
Charming…
Captivating…
An unforgettable story…

See, I didn’t read the other books in the Coda Books series before picking this one up, so I can’t compare this novel from Marie Sexton to others she wrote. I know a lot of reviewers said it’s not as good as the previous ones in the series, but I thought this novel was fantastic! A MUST read for all fans of M/M romance and contemporary. The characters were very realistic and had something that’ll make you like them automatically. The story was entertaining and just so beautiful…

Second chances…
letting go…
true love…

The perfect combination.

A wonderful read to completely escape from life and witness some swoon and sigh-worthy moments. Since, as I said earlier, I didn’t read the other books in the Coda Books series, so I don’t think you need either if you don’t feel like to. Maybe you’ll be a bit of confused, at the beginning of the story, but just keep reading and it won’t be a bother anymore.

The only thing that I found as a weakness was the fact that the story pretty much was axed on the dialogues when the author clearly could’ve explored much more the world building because of how many country/places they ”visited.”

Overall, it was an excellent, excellent contemporary M/M romance story.

I repeat,
A must read. ♥

PS. Cole, you stole my heart…

The sequel:

Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding (Coda Books, #6; Strawberries for Dessert, #2) by Marie Sexton

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4 thoughts on “Review of Strawberries for Dessert (Coda Books #4) by Marie Sexton

  1. This is one of my all-time favorite series! I wasn’t the biggest fan of Cole in the previous books (mostly because of the Angelo thing), but I LOVED him in this book. He made me just want to wrap him up in a hug and never let go. I HIGHLY recommend the first book, Promises, I think you’ll love Jared and Matt!

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  2. Cole stole my heart too!! ❤ I have read a few Sexton books (like I really enjoyed Promises and Between Sinners and Saints) , but Strawberries for Dessert is her best work, imo – and can definitely be read as a standalone 🙂 Great review/GIF! 😀

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