I was sent a free copy of The Matchmaker and the Cowboy through TLC Book Tours. All opinions are my own.
About The Matchmaker and The Cowboy:
Callie Carmichael has a gift for making bridesmaid dresses―some even call them magical. Somehow, every person who’s worn one of her dresses has found love. Real love. And as long as that happily-ever-after is for someone else, Callie is happy. Because she’s fully over getting her heart broken…which is why her new roommate is definitely going to be a problem.
After being overseas for six months, Callie’s only choice is to stay with her best friend’s ridiculously hot brother, Hunter Owens. Cowboy, troublemaker, and right now, the town’s most coveted bachelor. Only, Hunter isn’t quite the player she thought. And if it weren’t for her whole “no more love” thing, their setup could get confusing really fast.
Now, Hunter wants Callie to make him a best man suit―a “lucky for love” kind of suit. But what happens if she makes the suit and he finds true love…and it isn’t her?
About the Author:
Robin Bielman is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen novels. When not attached to her laptop, she loves to read, go to the beach, frequent coffee shops (and by frequent she means daily but she’s trying to break the habit), and spend time with her high school sweetheart husband and two sons. Visit her online at robinbielmancom
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This is a fun, light, and yes fully predictable read but still one worth indulging in when you just want a bit of fluff in your day. It’s well written and full of engaging characters. The plot is typical of the romance genre but does have a unique twist in the heroine’s ability to construct bridesmaid dresses that seem to lead to true love.
But what happens when the tables turn and she is asked to make a best man’s suit and it’s the man of her dreams wearing it? Will her skills lead that man to her? Or will her talents not work on herself?
I am not going to tell you silly! You will have to read the book to find out. Although I suspect you will already know the answer as this is, after all a romance novel. While formulaic in nature it was a very diverting way to spend a Saturday afternoon. I was truly lost in the story and the romance.