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Blog Tour and Giveaway - The Reluctant Bachelorette


I'm glad to be today's stop on The Reluctant Bachelorette blog tour! You can check out the other tour stops here.

Taycee loves living in her small town of Shelter Springs, Colorado. She loves the small town feel of everyone knowing everyone, and she loves owning her own small flower shop there. There are things she doesn't love too, things like everyone knowing everyone a little too well, and people leaving the town, because it's too small, people like her parents, brother and her brother's best friend and high school love, Luke Carney. He broke her heart and now every guy that tries to get close to Taycee has no chance whatsoever! But things are about to change for Taycee, not only is Luke back in town, but her best-friend Jessa, is in trying to bring money back into the small farming town by having a reality show like "The Bachelorette" that will run on the town's website, and Jessa tricks Taycee into being the town's bachelorette without Taycee knowing what she had agreed to. Luke ends up being one of the bachelors, pretty much without his consent and that's when things get crazy. Taycee wants nothing to do with Luke being a bachelor and having to go on dates with him, so she plays a few small tricks to get him voted off, but things backfire and fast, and Taycee must decide who she's going to be true to, Jessa and the town or her heart.

I LOVED this book. I enjoyed every minute of reading it. I loved Taycee, she is such a fun character. She is a bit of a klutz, like me, and she knows how to play pranks with the best of them. This was such a romantic story, I loved the ending, it was so touching I cried! And Luke...he is the best love interest in any of the books I've read recently, he knows how to goad Taycee into doing just what he wants her to do, and his practical jokes he played on her were hilarious! I'd have to say that this book is hands down my favorite book of any of the books that I've read this year! Thanks to Rachael Anderson for writing such a great, romantic and CLEAN book for us to enjoy.




 
About the Author:  Rachael Anderson is the author of four contemporary romances: Divinely Designed, Luck of the Draw, Minor Adjustments, and The Reluctant Bachelorette. She's the mother of four, can't sing, doesn't dance, and despises tragedies. But she recently figured out how yeast works and can now make homemade bread, which she is really good at eating. 




Find out more about Rachael Anderson: Website/ facebook/ Twitter/ Goodreads/ Amazon



You can buy The Reluctant Bachelorette for Kindle from now until October 7th for $.99 which is an awesome deal!  Buy the book: Kindle/ Paperback

As part of the Tour there is a great giveaway going on from October 1st to 31st. 


-Grand Prize
    Print copy of The Reluctant Bachelorette (Ebook for International winner)
    $15 Amazon Gift Card
    Copy of the DVD Sneakers (US only)
-Print copy of The Reluctant Bachelorette
-3 Kindle Ebook Copy of The Reluctant Bachelorette







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  1. Thanks for the awesome review, Cathy! REALLY appreciate it!

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