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  • 4.5 Stars!!

    4.5 Stars! What a cute rom-com! Although this book has sad bits mixed in, that’s life and just made me love the main characters more. A standalone book with an HEA ending. I caught myself smiling and laughing at the banter between Maverick and Kennedy and even getting teary eyed over the sad bits. If you’re looking for a funny romance that feels more like a real life story, this is a good choice! I’m hoping for future books about the secondary characters next! Super cute read and highly recommended by yours truly! You’re welcome! *I received this book at no charge & I voluntarily left this review.*

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  • 4.5⭐

    They say there's a fine line between love and hate and Ms Bielman straddles it beautifully with a small town story full of great characters and a storyline that has all the feels and perfectly balances the serious notes with the snappy banter and sweetness I love. And with plenty of character growth and great pacing I was completely captivated throughout and hope there will be more visits to Windsong in the future. Would happily recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Loved it!

    The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy, by new to me author Robin Bielman, is a joy to read. College adversaries who needled and pushed each other unmercifully before slowly find a new understanding of their old relationship when they meet again some years later. This author knows how to create dialogue that sounds true, is often humorous, and definitely moves the story along. Supporting characters are defined and add depth to the book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend.

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  • Enemies to Lovers

    Enemies to lovers. Kennedy receives a call from her ex, expressing concerns on his upcoming marriage. Kennedy decides to crash the wedding to convince the groom that everything will be ok. Upon arrival she crashes into her college nemesis, Maverick. They are still oil and water but soon can't deny the chemistry that they share. As they share this week together, country boy vs city girl they find they have much more in common then they thought. Will a one week fling be enough? Loved the banter that Maverick and Kennedy share. The chemistry is off the charts. Yes, I will admit I was a blubbery mess by the end. Loved Maverick's family. I highly recommend the heart felt romance.

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  • Awesome story

    Loved, loved, loved Kennedy and Maverick! Their story had a bit of everything in it…”frenemies” to lovers, heartbreak, humor, cowboys, wedding shenanigans and great secondary characters. Kennedy is a dedicated doctor, wonderful sister and caring friend. The last thing she expects while “crashing” a friend’s wedding is meeting up with her college nemesis, Maverick. While they semi-goodnaturedly competed in school, they never saw the sparks between them all those years ago. Maverick now helps run the family ranch, which specializes in weddings, and he knows she wasn’t invited. So of course, for the sake of his family business, he needs to keep and eye on Kennedy. Yeah, keep telling yourself that, cowboy. I don’t want to give too much away, because while their banter and chemistry is so fantastic, there are underlying themes of grief and loss. So I’ll say that her friend Andrew is laugh out loud funny, sister Ava (Kennedy’s) is a spark plug and Mavericks’s family is fantastic. While Kennedy’s older sister and mother don’t really show up on page…thank goodness…those two needed some comeuppance for sure! This was a huge 5 star read for me.

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