Wednesday, May 13, 2015

His Blushing Bride by Dani Collins

Title:  His Blushing Bride
Series:  Montana Born Brides #2
Author:  Dani Collins
Published:  May 11/15 by Tule Montana Born
Length:  151pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  Netgalley
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta...

Piper Tierney is busy wrapping up the school year and planning the music for Marietta’s Wedding Of The Century. She does not need one of her parents’ backpacking hippies under foot. Except the guy they let stay in their house is so much more than the California couch-surfer he resembles. Before she knows it, she’s making time to make time, even though he’s only in town for a couple of weeks.

Taking a break from working on his doctorate in political science, Sebastian Bloom wants to reassure himself his sister isn’t making another mistake with her upcoming wedding to a Marietta rancher. He’s definitely not looking for a bride for himself. Marriage and family are a trap. But Piper is cute, funny, and wants to move on from her ex.

They agree to a no strings affair, but will they wind up tying the knot?

My Review:

This story was sensually hot and emotionally satisfying. Above all, this was a truly sweet story. Collins combines the best of romance with all of the real world implications. She shows two very different views of life and how they can come together unexpectedly. Set in the ever inviting Marietta, Montana, this romance is one for the books (no pun intended).

I liked Piper from the get go. She was fun, flustered, and genuine. Her situation was easily relatable. It’s all too common, but with a twist or two, courtesy of her parents and fate. Her life was night and day from that of Sebastian. Yet at the same time, it was very easy to see how they lived in the same spheres of influence. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them both, especially in the context that they found themselves. Their individual stories were intriguing, but their joined escapades had me in fits of giggles and bouts of tears. It was fantastic.

This was a quick, sweet read. Collins has done a fantastic job of bring the heart and soul of Marietta to life through the whirlwind relationship of her ever loveable characters. I, for one, can’t wait to see what this author comes up with next.

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