I’ve really enjoyed every book in this series so far, so when I spotted this on Netgalley I pounced on it immediately.
Colton Wheeler is a very handsome and very famous country and western star. Gretchen Winthrop is human rights lawyer who defends people who are being deported and separated from their families. She’s the grumpy one, he’s the sunshiney one. Opposites attract etc.
I enjoyed this book a lot. Colton’s not my favourite of the bros – that’s Vlad – but he’s fun. It was nice to see how he got his music back when he met his muse. I loved that when the muse took him, he had to ask Gretchen to leave him alone so that he could write!
Gretchen’s past is quite horrible. There were a few times when I wanted to shake her, but it all worked out in the end.
I love this series so much. The blokes are so blokey and realistic. The books are funny too. If you haven’t read any yet, you really should pick one up! You can read my other reviews of the books in the series below.
Thank you to the publisher and to Netgalley for the review copy.
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