Betty Sweet Tells All is the second book about the Sweet family. The first was about Betty's daughter leaving her controlling husband and teenage twin daughters. This book is mostly from Betty's point of view. It is how things change for her when her daughter decides to get a life.
I actually liked this book better than the first one.
The continuation of the story in Maggie Sweet. I loved both books although I would have enjoyed seeing both protagonists growing a backbone a little earlier.
I enjoyed this book better than the first: Maggie Sweet. I snickered several times throughout the book, love Minthorn's witty comments. Hope she writes another book with another family member point of view. The Sweet family is growing on me, I want more!
I first read "Styles by Maggie Sweet" and really enjoyed it, so I looked forward to reading this sequel. However, I found this book to be slow moving and predictable. It continues where the other book left off but there are too many plot lines that never really resolve or mesh together. I thought this book was OK, but disappointing.
I have not read this one, got it at a book sale, looks very interesting though!