Review: Sugar & Gold

Author: Emma Scott
Genre: Romance
Rating: 🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫


Fiona takes Nikolai under her roof for three sultry nights, waiting out the rain of a summer storm. She grows more and more fascinated by this brooding stranger with whom she shares an intense physical connection—a connection so strong, she wonders if there is something between them beyond lust and passion. Nikolai is shocked to discover that Fiona calms the raging turmoil in his heart. She alone silences the din of other people’s lives, and envelops him in the sweet beauty of her inner self. Every moment he’s with her—every touch of her skin—brings him closer to the peace that’s been eluding him his entire life.

Cover Review: 

The cover is quite simple, yet attractive and metaphorical. Nikolai is pictured to be walking off to nowhere, while the cage at the top depicts the escape of Fiona from her marriage/cage. To be truly honest, had I judged the book solely on its cover, I wouldn't have thought of reading it, or given it much thought.


(Thanks to NetGalley for the review copy!)

The novel has been written from two major point of views, Nikolai's and Fiona's. The author managed to maintain a different writing style for both the characters, making them realistic and believable. 

The dialogues were well-written and witty, humorous and serious, and everything that a good novel should include.

Some parts of the book made me laugh, while others made me want to cry. 

I stayed up late just so I could read this book till the end, so that I could see them off to their happy ending...because they had to have it, right?

Analyzing this book critically would spoil its beauty, because I really enjoyed reading it, and found it one of the sweetest books I've ever read. 

Sugar And Gold gets a well deserved 5 chocolates from me, for everything it was.

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