Review: Something Sweet Someone Sweet by Hannah Foster

Something Sweet Someone Sweet by Hannah Foster

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


As the title would imply, this is a very sweet, gentle contemporary romance that is great to read on a relaxing day with a cup of tea in your hands. (Or, if you want to keep with the story and you like coffee, some type of very sweet coffee.)

Matt and Annie were both interesting characters – I loved how Matt was a teacher and his sternness kind of spilled over from having to deal with middle schoolers all day. And Annie! She was so realistic. Most characters in books tend to come off with the perfect romantic reply when they’re asked out on a date, etc., but Annie reacted like a normal human. She was fun! And Evelyn. What a spunky character, and her love of books was so sweet. (Especially when she started talking like her dad was a literature teacher!) Her scheming also cracked me up, especially when the schemes kind of fell apart …

Overall, this was a clean, relaxing read. Although there wasn’t a huge moral in it, the characters prayed and sought the Lord’s Will in their lives instead of just rushing into a relationship because they wanted it. Hannah writes such gentle, clean romances, so be sure to check her stories!


Hannah Foster was born and raised in North Carolina where she was homeschooled with her eight siblings. She attended college in Minnesota where she got her bachelor’s degree in literature, learned to survive temperatures of below zero, and became Mrs. Foster. From a young age, Hannah has loved reading. Throughout her teen years, she also enjoyed journaling and blogging, but it wasn’t till her mid-twenties that she discovered her love for penning her own stories. Hannah’s desire is that the words she writes would bring hope and light in a dark world. Besides reading and writing, she also enjoys baking, watercolor painting, and all things vintage.

Visit her blog or check her out on Goodreads.



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