HER HOMETOWN SEAL
When Daisy Donovan roars into town on the back of John "Squint" Mathison's motorcycle, the people of Bridesmaids Creek start buzzing like bees in mating season! The former bad girl is finally home where she belongs, ready to win over her Texas town--and the hunky former SEAL who is the father of her soon-to-be baby boys.
Although he just had the most passionate time of his life with the woman he adores, John's after a prize he thought couldn't be his. He never had a real home, growing up in a family who traveled from rodeo to rodeo. But now he's determined to show Daisy that he's ready to settle down and be the new favorite son of Bridesmaids Creek—by getting Daisy to the altar before their triplets are born!
What a laugh a minute this story is! It is told in such a humorous, and witty way, with lots of bantering dialog, and events and turns in the plot, that you can't help but laugh. Through the dialog you can sense and feel the southern drawl in all its beauty, I got a huge kick out of that!
The town Bridesmaid Creek seems a bit looney or nuts at first, with all the talk about magic and matchmaking. But they are warm, kindhearted people, who truly care about each other and the happiness of their fellow townsfolk.
John and Daisy's story have already started as the tale kicks off, and it took a little while for me to get into it, as it felt like the story started in an another book. But that's the danger when reading books from a series not in order, so that's completely on me. And the book is not so much about the romance of John and Daisy, since they already love each other, even though it takes a while for them to admit it. It is more about the crazy town, it's matchmaking magic, John and Daisy's attempts to get married. It is fun, hilarious, fast read, since you get so into the story and dialog that the pages just flies. It is a perfect summer read, that will put a smile on your face, and the ending will make you go 'aahhh...'
~ Four Spoons!
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