I haven't had the pleasure of reading the first five books of this series. This is the sixth book and I recommend reading the first five before this one even though this book can stand alone.
We have ranching heir, Colton, trying with all his might to hold his family together. I'm not sure if he is succeeding. I didn't like that Colton was ditched at the altar and on the re-bound was marrying Lydia. This isn't a good start for any couple. None the less, they were married. It wasn't really love. Was it a physical attraction? Will Lydia and Colton find that moment when love reveals itself and romance begins?
This book has lots of romance, humorous moments, and heartbreaks and yet it’s a read you can relate to. The events could very well happen in the reader's life. It’s not far-fetched at all. You get the raw side of the characters and yet you get the good down to earth qualities too. The book does give the reader some hot, a little shyness there, romance. The book isn't just about sex, it's about people who learn and grow while learning. It's about striving to find yourself, the best of yourself and developing on it. I definitely will read the first five books and I sure hope there will be a seventh book. You're left at the end wanting more.
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…