Published June 28th 2016
Bought from Amazon
I rate this book:
Can the golden boy of Copper Ridge, Oregon, get a second chance at happy-ever-after?
Ranching heir Colton West knew his wedding would be the talk of the town. But he didn’t expect to get left at the altar—or to escape on the next flight to Vegas with Lydia Carpenter, the woman who gets under his skin like no one else. The only thing crazier than honeymooning with Lydia is waking up married to her. So why does he find himself entertaining his new wife’s desire to stay married—and fantasizing about a real wedding night?
As Copper Ridge’s prospective mayor, Lydia can’t risk a divorce scandal so close to election time. But pretending to be blissfully in love with her new husband is more confusing than she’d thought. For a man who’s always rubbed her the wrong way, Colton suddenly seems to know exactly what to do with his hands. And his lips. Now Lydia’s wildest mistake could turn out to be her luckiest move, if they’re both willing to take the ultimate gamble…
I noticed recently that I rarely give out 5 stars (or hearts in my case) reviews on books. There is so much a book has to do for me to earn 5 stars. It has to keep me entertain and give me the desire not to put it down. It has to make me either laugh or cry or somehow get emotionally involved in the characters and the situation they are going thru. When I am finished I want to feel like I don’t want this story to end but I would have no problem picking it back up and rereading it all over again.
Tough Luck Hero by Maisey Yates did all that for me.
Now I have been a fan of the Copper Ridge series since it started. In fact I have already given two of her books in this series 5 stars as well. This means that I have truly enjoyed these books and I most certainly look forward to the newest arrival coming out in late August. I do recommend that you read these books in the order that they were published in. You just get more enjoyment out of a series like this one if you do.
*I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion. I was not paid for this post and all opinions and experiences are my own.
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