Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta…
Soap opera star Nancy Parsons is madly in love with Hollywood’s favorite leading man, and they’re getting married on her parents’ stunning horse ranch just outside Marietta, Montana. Actors, athletes, and politicians will be there to watch Hollywood’s most extravagant couple say I do.
There’s just one problem. The bride’s childhood friend Wyatt Wilder knows Nancy’s making the biggest mistake of her life. Sure, Jared’s got looks, money, fame, and—it seems—Nancy’s heart. But when her bridesmaids hire him to lead them on a girls’-only adventure, Wyatt has two nights in the wilderness along the Yellowstone River to show her what a real man looks and acts like. A rugged, tough, loving man.
But will he be able to do it before she says “I do” to the wrong man?
Source: ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley
It’s finally here! The wedding all Marietta has been waiting for! And not only does it round out the Montana Born Brides series in perfect style, but it was definitely worth the wait.
And I can’t say anything about it. I can’t. Too many spoilers.
Instead I shall simply say that Nancy turned out to be a great heroine, troubled and uncertain at times, perhaps, but also gutsy and determined and stronger than she knew and a pretty nice person underneath the Hollywood gloss. I liked her and desperately wanted to see her find a way out of the mess of her forthcoming marriage.
As for Jared. Well, it’s not like we didn’t already know he was a waste of space. Now it turns out he’s nasty with it. Can’t say I’m surprised, but it would have been nice if the scene from the first book in this series had at least been mentioned somewhere.
Then there’s Wyatt. Hardly Prince Charming, but all the better for it. I liked him too. He’s not the easiest guy to get to know, but when he’s on someone’s side, watch out world.
This book was a perfect read on a day when I really needed it. The romance is steady and subtle, the emotional tension is powerful and Nancy is a heroine worth supporting. A thoroughly worthy end to this really enjoyable series. I think I need to read more Kat Latham books.
Two Nights With His Bride is out June 8th!
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