Review: Rainbow Sprinkles

Rainbow Sprinkles
Rainbow Sprinkles by Anna Martin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*~~*ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review *~~*

Cooper Reed has a fairly relaxed life for someone who lives in LA. He’s no celebrity—just the guy who makes sundaes at the Dreamy Creamery, and that’s the way he likes it. The highlight of every week is the beautiful guy who turns up and orders a sundae with rainbow sprinkles. Cooper still isn’t sure if that’s a code, because he has a huge crush and the hot guy is terrible at flirting.

Drew Tanner, it turns out, is an original California dreamer. He’s as wholesome as apple pie and twice as sweet, a real-life Disney Prince at Disneyland. But while Drew’s head is in the clouds, Cooper’s feet are firmly on the ground, and their different outlooks might be more than their new relationship can take.

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Although it was short with having less than 100 pages the story had all I love. I already read The Impossible Boy by Anna Martin and this is as sweet as the full novel but it is topped by the sweetness both, Cooper but especially Drew, show. From the first to the last page it is sparkling. The fact that it takes place in California and has Disneyland as a location predestined it to be overly sweet, the fact that Cooper is working as an ice cream vendor in a shop called Dreamy Creamery (what a name XD) already revealed: it can only be sweet and a bit emotional. And it was.

The get together of both guys is so adorable, you nearly squeel but don’t worry, there is a slight drama at the end of the book which gives the whole thing it’s spark, it’s sprinkle, but it leads into the HEA, towards the Rainbow Sprinkles. :3

I won’t tell to much of the story because it is so sweet, hilarious and with a bunch of character you only can love so that I recommendy this wholeheartly.

5 out of 5 stars for this very different story by Anna Martin, at least if you read – as I did – The Impossible Boy – before. 🙂 I can’t wait to read more stories by her. 🙂

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