Only her first meeting with Drake does not go well at all. He hates her ideas and doesn't want to be part of some "freak-show". That's not his only problem: he's got writer's block. He's supposed to be working on his next horror novel, but all he can think about is the historical fiction romance he wants to write instead. Only the words aren't coming for that one either. But maybe spending time with Kate will get his creative juices flowing.
My thoughts: This romance is charming and delightful and full of funny moments. Drake Matthews is an introvert; he's also a good guy with a kind heart. I liked him immediately. Kate is more exuberant and outgoing. I liked how she always owns up to her mistakes. But it's their banter, honesty, and humorous interactions (like the bat mishap in the mausoleum), that make this romance so entertaining. Drake's whole writing process was another fun part of this book. I enjoyed reading this one. So even though it's set around Halloween, How Sweet It Is turned out to be the perfect Valentine romance. I'd give it: 💗💗💗💗.