I was sent a free copy of The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy at no charge by TLC Book Tours. All opinions are my own.
About The Wedding Crasher and The Cowboy:
Kennedy Martin is shocked when her ex calls days before his wedding, expressing serious second thoughts. Doesn’t he see his fiancée’s actually the glaze to his doughnut? Now she’s got no choice but to crash his wedding and convince the man he’s with the right woman.
Instead, she crashes into the absolute last man she ever wanted to see: Maverick Owens, her old college nemesis. Maverick is still as awful, infuriating, and just The Worst as ever―even if he looks way too sexy in his cowboy hat. And of course he’s convinced she’s actually at the seaside ranch to ruin the wedding.
Now the only way to get some face time with the groom and save this marriage is to participate in all sorts of pre-wedding events…with Maverick. Stuck on a canoe, making small-talk at cocktail hour, and even a hoedown with her worst enemy? This just might be the longest week of her life…
“An upbeat love story chock-full of intriguing, funny characters.” –Kirkus Reviews
“This smart, heartfelt small-town romance will have readers eager for a return trip to Windsong.” –Publisher’s Weekly
“There were so many aspects I enjoyed, and I couldn’t put it down. The banter, the warm and loving family, the past traumas, were all so layered and fit in so nicely.
I was definitely tearing up at points too and I literally want to get my hands on all of Bielman’s books. I seriously cannot recommend this one enough and I seriously live for small town romance!!” -Court’s Book Nook
“It’s delightful, fun, sexy and heartfelt all in one!” -The Southern Girl Reads
“The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy is a delicate balance of painful emotions and listening your heart for a touching, romantic story you won’t forget.” -A Midlife Wife
“This is a cute, wholesome romance that has you rooting for Maverick and Kennedy from the first interaction! Absolutely adored the competitive banter and one-upmanship these two have between them.
Perfect balance of city-girl meets country-boy, and the supporting characters are wonderful.. I’m ready to pick up some boots and head to a ranch resort or town to experience this small-town life.” -A Court of Bookish Fantasy
“This story has all the feels, love and loss, joy and sorrow, frustration and exhilaration…all this and with characters who genuinely steal your heart…especially one little six year old girl and a best friend who had me laughing out loud with the antics of the different personas he takes on during one wedding week…oh if we all could have an Andrew in our lives.” -Paw Bumps and Book Mania
“The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy by Robin Bielman was a fun enemies to lovers romance. I really liked the heroine, Kennedy Martin.
She’s strong and caring. The hero, Maverick Owens is great too. I liked his sense of humor. This is a well-written book with a fun storyline.” -Harlequin Junkie
“I loved The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy and could not get enough of this story. Enemies to lovers? Wedding crashers? Cowboys? Seriously, this book had just about everything. The dynamic between Kennedy and Maverick is so well-written and enjoyable to read.” -Marsupial Literature
“I found this an uplifting, feel good read. I loved the idyllic small town setting, the amusing banter and the fun secondary characters, such as the heroine’s best friend. There are some emotional moments, but it’s mostly a lighthearted romantic comedy.” -Story Sara
“There is a little emotional drama in and amongst, a few secrets and untruths in the mix, but at the end of the day, it’s a really sweet, fun, highly enjoyable romance. I loved it.” -Blogs and Book Shops
“I read the book, cover to cover in one sitting, literally unputdownable.” -KDRBCK
“I loved this story! It’s a wonderful and heartwarming contemporary romance about love, life, and second chances, and it’s the type of story that will make you laugh, cry, and swoon all in one sitting.” -One Book More
About the Author:
USA Today bestselling author Robin Bielman lives in Southern California with her awesome family and her very cute dog, Harry.
She writes both sweet and sexy contemporary romances with one goal in mind: to leave you with a smile on your face. When not attached to her laptop, she loves to read, go to the beach, and frequent coffee shops.
The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy is one of those light, engaging reads that are perfect for a weekend day where you can sit with a mug of hot cocoa or tea and just let the afternoon fly by. Which is rather what I did. And it made for a wonderfully entertaining time when I otherwise might have been doing oh – the laundry or vacuuming. I would ALWAYS rather be reading.
Wedding crashing is not something that Kennedy set out to do buy her ex called her and asked her to be there so how could she not? The problem is the party is at the ranch of a college friend and he knows she doesn’t belong. She can stay hidden long enough to find out what her ex wants, right?
After she is found she has to try hard to explain herself and what follows is the growing attraction between well, the wedding crasher and the cowboy. It’s a fast and fun read with the requisite attractive characters that take you away from the everyday and off into a world of money, romance and in this case cowboy boots.
I enjoyed my time crashing this wedding and the ensuing romance. It truly was a perfect way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon. Hot chocolate notwithstanding.
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