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WEEKEND WITH HER BACHELOR (BACHELOR AUCTION) BY JEANNIE MOON
Release Date: April 26, 2016
The hot, sexy bachelors of Marietta, Montana take another trip down the runway to raise money for a good cause.
Bachelor Gavin Clark is determined to help Marietta reach its fundraising goal for the town's hospital charity. So the handsome emergency physician is up for almost anything on his date with the lucky winning bidder.
Little did he know his former high school crush, Ally Beaumont, just so happened to be that lucky winner. Their date whisks them off to her friend's destination wedding at a romantic, luxury ranch resort in the western Montana mountains and close quarters, a shared history, and a magical location push the two old friends into each other's arms...
Is Gavin and Ally's story just beginning, or will their romance end with the weekend?
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REVIEW: WEEKEND WITH HER BACHELOR (BACHELOR AUCTION) BY JEANNIE MOON
Weekend with Her Bachelor by Jeannie Moon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The town of Marietta, Montana affected by tragedy has united to celebrate the life and legacy of one of their own. To raise awareness and funds for a worthy cause. First let me applaud every author in this series from Jeannie Moon to Charlene Sands and Robin Bielman for finding a fun way to tackle a heartbreaking subject. Each story in the Bachelor Auction series takes a look at how a tragic loss leaves an impact on the lives of the key players. The auction serves a twofold purpose to raise awareness and help this close knit town heal. Gavin being a physician sees up close the emotions associated with life and death matters. Facing someone he knew and not being able to change the outcome left him with feelings of inadequacy and guilt. Coming home for a fundraiser may prove to be just the medicine this doctor needs. Weekend with Her Bachelor supplies a great story that gives the reader something to think about while the added charm and sex appeal proved to be an addictive combination.
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FALLING FOR HER BACHELOR (BACHELOR AUCTION) BY ROBIN BIELMAN
Release Date: April 12, 2016
When Navy firefighter Nick Palotay returns to Marietta to go on the bachelor auction block for a good cause, he expects it to be risk free. But when he needs someone safe to bid on him and his sister’s best friend is coaxed into stepping up, Nick isn’t prepared for the effect Cassidy has on him. She sends his mind to all kinds of dirty places…places his battered heart can’t afford.
Freelance photographer Cassidy Ware is in waaay over her head. She’s always been Nick’s other little sister, but she’s all grown up now and just a glance from him leaves her hot and bothered. Still, she can stay immune to his charms and keep him at an emotional distance because she’s got an agenda, too. She’ll help the too-handsome Nick with his charitable deed, and, in return, he’ll help her keep an unwelcome suitor at bay.
A deal’s a deal, but when their “business transaction” turns into more pleasure than duty, can they walk away from each other without losing what matters most?
REVIEW: FALLING FOR HER BACHELOR (BACHELOR AUCTION) BY ROBIN BIELMAN
Falling for Her Bachelor by Robin Bielman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
His hometown considers him a hero. For Nick Palotay nothing could be further from the truth. Tragedy, guilt and heartbreak seem to be his constant companions as he makes his way alone. Getting to know Cassidy again starts to lighten the heaviness weighing him down but Cassidy is seeking to find her own path through the storm. I received an ARC of Robin Bielman's latest novel in exchange for an honest review.Falling for her Bachelor by Robin Bielman is a story that anyone can relate with. When situations arise that are hard to understand and impossible to control, it brings about anguish and soul searching. The gradual connection between Nick and Cassidy was tempered by loss of friends and loved ones that had Nick standing at a crossroads. What I took away from this read was that for every joy there is sadness but the beauty of it all is the experiences and memories gained along the way.
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