Griffin Cooper and his brothers are struggling to keep their Texas ranch afloat. The brothers devise a plan; Griffin proposes that one of them find a rich wife to save the ranch. At first, he thinks one of his brothers will do the marrying; he doesn’t expect to fall in love. This is a romance novel, so, of course, Cooper falls in love. There are two other parallel storylines of single, straight, attractive people stumbling into each other(‘s pants), but the rich-ranch-wife is the most ambitious and realistic story.
If you’re into sleazy romance novel, you’ll be disappointed; this book is positively wholesome. There are no detailed and awkward descriptions of sex organs; the sex doesn’t even come until more than three-quarters of the way in and it’s softcore at best. If you’re satisfied by the line “they fell on the bed” sometimes accompanied by “and made love,” and long trips through the mind of handsome, muscled men that are also gentle, kind, and above all conscious of what women want…then bingo. Enjoy yourself.
|Page Count||368 pages|
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