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The Adventurous One

About the book: Taylor Medlin may have taken the billionaire bride pact when she was a teenager at Camp Wallakee, but she wasn’t thinking about that when she married the man of her dreams several years later. And she certainly wasn’t thinking about the pact when she signed the divorce papers after only eighteen months.

Once burned, twice shy, Taylor has sworn off romance until a family emergency pulls her home to Sioux Falls and into the arms of old friend, Lane Carter. But Lane has his own demons and he and Taylor must decide whether the past will bring them together, or tear them apart.

My review: Happy Book Birthday to this beautiful book! What do you think? I just love the cover of this one, that color of blue has to be one of my very favorites!

I keep trying to remember, but I think that in one of the books, one of the other characters actually mentions attending Taylor's wedding, so for me it was kind of fun to see just what happened to her. 

I think I would really click with Taylor, we both love to travel, and we both love to blog. I have to admit that I was kind of jealous of all the traveling that she got to do for free! I liked the way she was so concerned about her friend Lane. I loved that she was willing to do whatever it took to see the light back in his eyes that he lost when he realized just how much of the things that he loved to do before his accident that he would never be able to do again.

I liked Lane too! It was really fun to see this story through his eyes. I love the way he wanted to do everything he could for himself, that's probably the whole reason he survived the accident in the first place and it contributed to how many things he was already able to do.

This is a super cute, clean, romance that you'll be able to read fairly quickly, what a perfect way to spend an afternoon!

I was sent an advanced e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. Thank you Cathy! I'm so glad you enjoyed the book.

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