The Reluctant Bachelorette (A Romantic Comedy)
By Rachael Anderson
Luke Carney has no idea what possessed him to move back to Shelter Springs, Colorado, to set up his veterinarian practice. His parents have long since left, the small farming community is on the brink of extinction, and only one close friend from his childhood remains–Taycee, his best friend’s little sister.
Taycee Emerson is thrown for a loop when she is unwittingly cast as the bachelorette of her town’s charity event. She never asked for it and wants out, especially when she discovers her old teenage crush, Luke Carney, is back in town and will be one of the bachelors. To make matters worse, it’s up to the viewers–not her–to decide which bachelors stay or go.
Unable to get out of the competition, Taycee launches a subtle attack on Luke’s good name with the hope of getting him voted off the show. But she’d forgotten that Luke’s an eye-for-an-eye kind of guy, and when he discovers what she’s up to, it means revenge.
I listen to The Reluctant Bachelorette by Rachael Anderson audio version and I really enjoyed listening to the story. I love the small town feel. The characters were awesome. The whole story was just a fun story. I love to get a chance to read a clean romance book. Yes, there was some drama but not really bad, just enough to make it fun. I loved how Taycee’s Friend Jessa managed to get her involved in an online Bachelorette show, and Taycee being the bachelorette. I have never watched any of the bachelors shows and probably won’t start now but I did love this book. The online show is for charity to help the town so it is a good cause. There is also the fact that her brothers best friend has moved back into town and is also going to be a bachelor on the show. Like I said I found the book fun and interesting to read, well to listen too.
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About the Author
A USA Today bestselling author of clean romance, Rachael Anderson is the mother of four and is pretty good at breaking up fights, or at least sending guilty parties to their rooms. She can’t sing, doesn’t dance, and despises tragedies. But she recently figured out how yeast works and can now make homemade bread, which she is really good at eating.
I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl