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The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy by Robin Bielman ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

"How had she landed herself in this much hot water so darn soon." (p 6)

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The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy
October 2021; ‎Entangled; 978-1649370945
ebook, print (368 pages); romantic comedy

It's always fun to read a good relaxing romance story.  The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy is an enemy-to-lovers story with a bit more depth than a boy meets girl story and they live happily ever after story.

Kennedy received a phone call from an ex-boyfriend from his bachelor party.  He tells her that he isn't sure he should get married.  Due to their long-time friendship, she and her BFF crash the wedding.  Who does she meet at the wedding but her old college nemesis.  Maverick and Kennedy competed in college for top honors and really disliked each other.  She was not happy when she found out that he was part of the family that was hosting the destination wedding.  He is still recovering from a girlfriend's death several years earlier and has no intention of falling in love especially with Kennedy.  She is an Emergency Department doctor who is hoping for a new job in Boston to get away from her family.  Kennedy is a real city girl who has no desire to spend time on a ranch but the more Maverick shows her the joys of country living, the more she starts to love being in the country.  Will their dislike of each other turn to love and will they have a happily ever after ending?

Along with the cute love story between Kennedy and Maverick, the book also deals with grief, family issues, and health care.  While they are at the ranch, Kennedy is asked by the small-town doctor to help him on a very busy day and she really enjoys getting to know some of the townspeople.  Since it's a small town and everyone is interested in everyone else's business, she quickly becomes known by the people in town.

This feel-good romance is a great book to read when you just want to relax.  It's fun and romantic.  The secondary characters are also well done and I can see (and hope to see) some of them in their own books in the future - especially Kennedy's BFF Andrew.

Susan Roberts lives in North Carolina with her husband of over 50 years.  She grew up in Michigan but now calls North Carolina home. She enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family. She reads almost anything (and the piles of books in her house prove that) but her favorite genres are Southern fiction, women's fiction, and historical fiction. Susan is a top 1% Goodreads Reviewer. You can connect with Susan on Facebook.

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