Top positive review
Addicted to Sugar
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2016
I know when a book is good when I can't put it down and when I do I can't stop thinking about the characters. I just loved sugar even when she couldn't love herself. Such a great story about family, love and forgiveness. The friendship and love between sugar and pearl reminded me of the power of sisterhood whether it be by family, blood, or friendship. How they both helped to heal each other's hurts and brought out the best in each other. The church women judged sugar for being a prostitute and the church men slept with her behind there wives backs. But pearl and Joe saw something deep in sugar that was good just wounded and in need of tlc. A good reminder to us all not to judge. This book also had suspense of trying to figure out who murdered pearls daughter. This author truly made the characters and the ole south come to life and I recommend this book to those who like Oprahs book club choices. This is right up there! I'm looking forward to reading more of Bernice L. McFaddens books!