Book Mini-Review: The Cowboy’s Rebellious Bride by Laurie LeClair

Posted December 9, 2017 by soaringu in best friends, five star, funny and hilarious, Reviews / 0 Comments

Book Mini-Review: The Cowboy’s Rebellious Bride by Laurie LeClairThe Cowboy's Rebellious Bride (The McCall Brothers Book 1) by Laurie LeClair
Published by Tule Publishing on April 17th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Chick-lit
Pages: 250
Format: ePub
Source: Purchased
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Best friends for life. That was their pact.

Feisty, spitfire Hannah Prescott yearns to get the bulls she raises to the top rodeo circuit finals. Being a woman in a male-dominated career means she fights harder for what she wants, and romance plays no part in her goals. But when everything's on the line and her best friend asks her to play pretend, what's a girl to do?

Sexy, life of the party cowboy Cody McCall is determined to save the legacy of his family’s ranch and give his beloved, widowed grandfather something to live for again. Options are limited until he hits on the perfect plan–pretending to marry the girl who’s been his confidante and friend all these years. After stealing sweet kisses with Hannah, Cody starts to dream of something more permanent...if he can only convince Hannah to agree that the move from friendship to marriage is worth the fight. He wants a forever bride, but there's only one cowgirl he desires.

Book Mini-Review: The Cowboy’s Rebellious Bride by Laurie LeClairThe Cowboy's Rebellious Bride (The McCall Brothers Book 1) by Laurie LeClair
Published by Tule Publishing on April 17th 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Chick-lit
Pages: 250
Format: ePub
Source: Purchased
Buy on Amazon
Goodreads

Best friends for life. That was their pact.

Feisty, spitfire Hannah Prescott yearns to get the bulls she raises to the top rodeo circuit finals. Being a woman in a male-dominated career means she fights harder for what she wants, and romance plays no part in her goals. But when everything's on the line and her best friend asks her to play pretend, what's a girl to do?

Sexy, life of the party cowboy Cody McCall is determined to save the legacy of his family’s ranch and give his beloved, widowed grandfather something to live for again. Options are limited until he hits on the perfect plan–pretending to marry the girl who’s been his confidante and friend all these years. After stealing sweet kisses with Hannah, Cody starts to dream of something more permanent...if he can only convince Hannah to agree that the move from friendship to marriage is worth the fight. He wants a forever bride, but there's only one cowgirl he desires.

This is such a sweet friends to lovers romance! I loved the entire westerner setting. It made the entire book even more charming. I also loved Cody and Hannah. Both of them of been friends since childhood. They have had each others backs since they knew each other. A series of circumstances make them cross the line from friends to lovers. And boy, it is super adorable.

This entire novel had me hooked on the first word. Despite it being a super short novel and quick read, I did not want it to end. Hannah is such an amazing character. She is spunky and has her own backbone. Yes, she does have her own demons and mistrusting about men. However, she isn’t a pushover and rude about it. Cody is super patient with her and that made me swoon more about him. Cody is such a sweet heart. His determination to keep his family’s ranch and care for Hannah made him one of my favorite cowboy characters. And, the entire family dynamic to novel just added more charm to this novel. Cody’s family, Hannah’s neighbors, and the entire McCall clan made this book extremely funny and fun to read.

In summary, this is an extremely sweet friends to lovers romance. I had so much fun with the characters. I will definitely be reading more books by this author to get over reading slumps and care for some sweet sugary romance.

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