Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Marrying a Cowboy - Anne-Marie Meyer

Synopsis: Emma is the last one single in her group of girlfriends and the pressure to get married is heating up. When she reconnects with Austin at the latest wedding, they decide to solve his own wedding woes by getting married temporarily. He'll then be able to fully inherit his grandfather's ranch and Emma will get her mother off her case. Should be an easy fix.

Review: I started out really liking this book. It has lots of potential. The main characters are likeable and their easy banter makes them prime candidates for you to want to root for them to get their HEA. But once they get back to Montana, the story turns from their delightful relationship to a lot of angst and internal conflict about how each of them feels and how they ought not feel the way they do. When the story does get back to the narrative, it's really fun and engaging. So, if you skip the inner conflict parts, you won't really miss much and you'll get a cute story out of it. It's a pretty light, predictable read. Great for a lazy afternoon. It may just have been my complimentary copy, but there were lots of mistakes a proofreader should have caught. Hopefully they were fixed before the polished version went live. Without the errors, this is a four star book.


Amazon $.99

I received a complimentary copy to review.

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