Party organizer Tyler O’Connelli is on the fast track to her dream career. She’s so close she can almost taste it. But when she returns to her family and sees her one-night stand, Alex Keller, all done up in his cowboy gear, her self-control is stretched to the breaking point….
They’re worlds apart. She’s a busy career girl, and Alex is a cowboy. But while getting together might not bode well for anything long-term, it more than makes up for it in sheer hot chemistry! Problem is, this is one wrangler she might want to get tied down—and tied up—to…indefinitely!
Quick Read/Quick Review
First thought when finished: Very sweet, family orientated, hot cowboy romance that makes you feel good when finished! Great Summer Read!
A little more: This is the first book I have read in this series and I really enjoyed it. I really liked that this book was centered around these families (extended brought together by marriages and chance) that just wanted the best for each other. There was such an overwhelming amount of love, family meddling, and camaraderie that you couldn’t help but just have a big smile on your face most of the time!
Favorite Scene: Bear–When you are retelling this story to your grandchildren I would say it is a Grizzly sounds scarier that way. (paraphrased but that scene made me giggle)
Who I would recommend it to: Anyone who likes a country in their romances!
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