Sugar on Top made me laugh and wonder how the characters got into the situations that they found themselves in throughout the story. The sheriff character was a pain in the tush, and the character Glory was a lot nicer to him than I would have been if I were her. The book was a fun read and I enjoyed it a lot. I highly recommend it.
Glory doesn't let people run over her and that includes the sheriff. She tries to do one little thing for her grandmother and he has her arrested. When she stands before the judge on trumped up charges and makes a comment about not pressing charges on the sheriff, he gets so mad he tells the judge she threw a cow pie at him. Needless to say, Glory can take care of herself.
She's sassy and sweet
The last thing Glory Mann wants is to become chairman of the Miss Peach Pageant in Sugar, Georgia. Spending months hearing nothing but the clinking of pearls and judgment? No thank you! But when Glory is forced to take the rap for a scandal she didn't commit, the judge sentences her to head the committee. Even worse, her co-chairman is rugged, ripped . . . and barely knows she's alive.
He's ready and willing
Single dad Cal McGraw can't take any more drama in his life. After a difficult divorce, his little girl became a boy-crazy teenager and his hands are full. The last thing he needs is to spend his down time with the town bad girl. Glory is pure trouble-tempting and tantalizing trouble. But he can't deny the strong chemistry between them-or how her touch turns him inside out. Now as squabbles threaten to blow up the contest and the town of Sugar itself, Cal must risk everything on the sexy wild card to get a second chance at love . . .