Blaylock’s Bride by Cait London

Blaylock’s Bride by Cait London
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Contemporary, Western
Length: Full Length (187 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

“When and if it comes my time to add to the Blaylock clan, I want a marriage certificate over the bed.” – Roman Blaylock, rancher and executor of the Llewylyn estate The women of Jasmine, Wyoming, had long ago given up on taming Roman Blaylock – and that was just the way he wanted it.

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Some men are made for lovin’ – and you’ll love our MAN OF THE MONTH, the first of three new Blaylock brothers!

He’s a hard headed man and she’s not much easier to love.

I’ve read other books by Cait London and enjoyed them. The writing style is smooth and the characters are interesting. This is a quick read… I read it in one afternoon.

Now, to be fair I have to admit, Kallista was hard to love. Really. It took me quite a bit of the book to even want to root for her because she was so stubborn. There is an explanation for why she’s so stubborn. She’s been damaged. But I really didn’t like how she gave Roman such a hard time. I mean a HARD time. I didn’t want to like her, but eventually she won me over. Roman’s just as tough to love. He’s got a very old fashioned version of what love should be and he’s almost twice as stubborn as her. He wants so much to do what’s right, which is admirable in him as a character, but at times it did annoy me. Still, I wanted these two to get together and am glad I read the book. I’m on the hunt for others in this series. As I said, Ms. London’s writing style is crisp, so I’ll definitely look for more of her work.

If you’re hankering for a western story with bold characters, then this might be the book for you.

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