The Reluctant Bachelorette by Rachael Renee Anderson
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Taycee Emerson lives in small farming town that's struggling to stay afloat. She's lived there all her life and, despite the fact that the rest of her family has moved away, she loves living there and owns her own flower shop.
Taycee's relatively uncomplicated life gets much more interesting when her former crush moves back into town. It gets even crazier when her best friend signs her up to be on an internet dating show without her knowledge, and the said former crush gets cast as one of her "bachelors."
This book is just good, clean fun. It's cute and predictable, but I felt invested in the story and read it really quickly. It's nice to read a romance without worrying about any kind of graphic content. I needed a change in reading pace and this really did it for me. It's a non-stressful, relaxing read that I finished with a smile on my face.
(If I could change one thing though, it would definitely be the main character's name.)
Also reviewed by: I Am a Reader, Not a Writer - Blog Tour
Source: Kindle Purchase
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