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    Just About Perfect!

    I was so sorry for this book to end! Finally His Bride was just about perfect; engaging, humorous, sexy, sweet. Maisey Yates writes well; she can really draw the reader in. I loved the dialogue and interaction between Melanie and Luke - being best friends for so long, they had such an ease with each other yet the transition to lovers was seamless and natural. I'll definitely be looking for more from this author.
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    sexy friends to lovers story

    This fourth entry in the Montana Born Brides series is the story of Luke (previously introduced in book 3, Bride by Mistake, as the heroine's brother) and Melanie. They've been best friends for years, but Luke can't help her with the one thing she wants to do - get rid of her virginity. Only Luke finds himself unwilling to let a stranger be the man for Melanie and steps in. Now that they've crossed that line, can they go back to being friends or even better, can they acknowledge their true feelings for each other and commit to a future together? I really enjoyed these two characters and I thought they made a great couple. Luke is a pretty solid, dependable, stable guy, though he has his problems, including struggling with dyslexia and negative feelings of self-worth. He is devastated when he believes that his friend Beckett betrayed him. Melanie is the one light in his life, the one he can count on to always be there for him, just like he's always going to be there for her. But he sees her now differently- no longer as the shy child he first met, or sweet teenage friend, but now very much an attractive woman. Finding himself looking at her in a new way and discovering she has feelings for him scares him to pieces. But now that's he's found that chemistry with Melanie he is unable to back away. Melanie too was an engaging character, friendly and likeable. She's finally willing to take a chance on men after experiencing a physically abusive childhood and though she doesn't appreciate Luke's highhanded ways, she's not going to turn down this chance to be intimate with him. Their love scenes are steamy and emotional. I liked how Melanie challenged Luke to really see her and give their relationship a chance at a future. It was a lovely, sexy read. 4 stars.
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    Friends to Lovers

    A quick sexy fun read of friends to lovers. Melanie and Luke have been friends since childhood. Melanie wants to loose the big V, Luke does not want to help with her until he sees her all dressed up at Grey's picking up a stranger. Luke steps in as the protector. Melanie has always had feelings for Luke, but has been timid due to her abusive upbringing. Luke is also hiding a secret of dyslexia. I really enjoyed watching this couple grow together and overcome their obstacles. This is book four of Montana Born Brides, but can be read as a stand alone. I received this book from netgalley for an honest review.
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    sweet & sassy

    What a fantastic return to Marietta! Yates has created a romance that will spark your interest while sparking some definite heat between the characters. The premise behind the story was both tear jerking and absolutely comical. Yates has created an unforgettable cast of characters that I loved getting to know. Luke & Melanie were a fantastic couple to get to know. They were fantastic individually, but together they were off the charts. Their combined & separate histories crashes in to their present adventures in such a manner that you get a full picture of who they are. This is one of those stories that I really and truly enjoyed, but would have absolutely loved if it had been a full length novel, giving the characters a bit more time to develop. Yates has created a story that’s both sweet & sassy. She held my attention throughout and I can’t wait to read more by this fantastic author. I also wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    best friends to lovers

    Marietta does have a thing about brides...and weddings. This is Mel and Luke's story. Two best friends. Now you tonight know Mel, she is that amazing cake decorator from several Montana Born books. In fact after this book I was craving drake or at the least creaming butter cream icing. So we get to know more about Luke & Mel right off the bat when Luke runs into sexed up Mel at Grey"s and carries her out. Oh yeah friends? Do friends get jealous when other guys hit on their best friends? This is a well written read that lets us catch up with some of our favorite characters from Marietta as well as get cozy with this couple. I would like to say that author Maisey Yates touched on a topic in this book near and dear to me. One I struggle with daily myself as well as both my girls. She showed it with accuracy and compassion. Thanks.
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