Thursday, December 24, 2015

Review: THE RELUCTANT BACHELORETTE by Rachael Anderson

Taycee always ends a relationship before the guy bends to one knee--she doesn't plan on ever getting married, a concept that I can totally relate to. She just can't seem to forget about Luke, a guy who left and broke her heart without even knowing it.

Suddenly, he reappears in her life, and she still acts like the same dorky 14-year old kid. For Taycee, the "past and present collide with a colossal bang." And can you blame her? Luke is gorgeous!

Then a reality dating show to raise funds for a small town is born and Taycee becomes "the reluctant bachelorette." What's so interesting about this show was that Taycee wasn't choosing the guy. No, the audience was choosing him for her. The shy flower girl turns into a TV sensation overnight.

You'll love seeing Taycee and Luke reconnect in a love/hate battle, reminiscent of their brother-sister relationship but now added with an undeniable attraction.

This is a story about real love and heart. A funny, romantic comedy that would totally make a great movie.

My rating: 5 stars

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