The whole month of November is my time to give thanks to the Narrators and Books that I have loved in the last year. This year I got my reading mojo back so for me #30DaysofThanks2017 is extra special. So buckle up buttercup, here is one of my favorites from the last year! (make sure to check back daily for new faves).
Today (Day 9) I am thankful for a book that wouldn’t have come into my realm normally but on a whim I entered a contest for the first book in the series (Blissed–which was also good). Coming out of a reading funk this year I found myself reading/listening to more contemporary romance than I normally do. It is usually less than 5% of my reads a year. Matched (which is the first of two in this series I am gonna highlight) was just delightful. I had such fun listening (Karen White did the narration) and laughed out loud so many times. I just love this small little town and enjoyed spending time there!
About the Book: A country music heartthrob and his long-lost love walk into a wedding…
Will Truitt grew up living a country song. His momma died, his daddy went to prison, and his dog ran away. Now, as superstar Billy Brenton, his life should be pretty dang good. But he hasn’t been able to write a decent song in months. Crashing a wedding in a quirky little bridal-obsessed town is supposed to provide inspiration to get his career back on track. Instead, all he finds are regrets when he comes face-to-face with the only woman to ever crush his heart.
Lindsey Castellano gave up on love a long time ago. As a cutthroat divorce attorney on the outskirts of a town devoted to brides, weddings, and happily ever after, she’s honed her skills at avoiding love, commitment, and inevitable heartbreak. Or so she thought until Will Truitt reappears in her life.
When Lindsey shattered Will’s heart fifteen years ago, she’d been a sorority girl on her way to the top. He’d been a lowly janitor with a dream. Now he’s on top of the world, and she’s the last person he should need or want.
But she’s the only person who has ever inspired his music. And he’s the only man she’s never been able to forget. Have the years made them wiser, stronger, and better able to love, or this time, will they simply crash and burn harder?
Have you read the Misfit Brides? What is your favorite Jamie Farrell book?
During her non-reading time you can find her hanging with her rescue furr children named after book characters: Lizzie a beautiful cattle dog mix (Pound Pup), Cinder a beautiful Shep/Pitt mix (Pound Pup), and Minerva a beautiful Shep/Pitt mix (Foster Fail). Gathering with friends and family, attending conventions, watching movies/tv shows, rooting for the 49rs, and crocheting.
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