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  • Love Anew

    Sophie's a jilted bride, which, honestly, is just as well as her ex-fiance's love interest is pregnant. Hm... Yeah, that's a chapter best skipped over. But being left at the altar's the least of Sophie's worries when the family business gets investigated by the FBI and she's forced to move in with the rest of her family into her grandfather's ranch in Texas. And you'd think the woman would catch a break. Nope, not a chance. The man she propositions to help her get over the embarrassment of being left at the altar is single and hotter than sin. But he has no interest in playing games with a city girl. Clay's the police chief and has enough on his plate, including his little sister who comes home pregnant and married, surprise-surprise!-to Sophie's ex. If that's not a signal of the fun that's about to begin, I'm not sure what is. Wrangler's Creek is home to a ton of colorful characters like Vita. So, she's a local witch and mom to Sophie's good friend Mila. And chickens. Can't forget the chickens that, for whatever reason, are content to wreck havoc at Clay's house. Vita's attempts at ridding his house of them will make you smile if not laugh. Then there's everyone else in town. They can't seem to keep their comments about Clay and Sophie to themselves. Everyone's got something to say. It was both amusing and annoying, you know? It's obvious some hearts are in the right place but Clay and Sophie needed to work through their attraction themselves. Such is the life in a small town, I guess. As a warning, there is one character you should be aware of. Belle. She's Sophie's mom and mean as hell. She has nothing nice to say about anyone, her own children included. Her bitterness seeps through the pages and annoyed me to no end. I wanted so badly to scribble her out of the book. I didn't like her that much. Maybe she redeems herself in later books. I hope so. Maybe I'll like her then, but not right now. What surprised me was this story didn't have much a romance buildup between Clay and Sophie. The attraction was undeniable but the their relationship progressed fairly quickly. Funny thing, or good thing, is it didn't feel rushed. When they took that chance and said, "Let's do this," they did. They hit the ground running, didn't slow down, and I loved it. I loved this story for everything it is, including the bitter, hateful, spite filled mom. I'm looking forward to reading the other books in this series. It'll be great to see Sophie's brothers find love and happiness too. Complimentary copy received from publisher

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