|Ace Riley was the epitome of the love 'em and leave 'em cowboy. In fact, the only constant woman in his life, who isn't a relative, is his friend Jasmine. The kitchen of her small restaurant has become a second home. So when he had a major problem, it made sense to head there. It turns out that when his Grandfather died, Ace somehow didn't get told about the fine print stating that he needed to be married within so long after his death to completely inherit the ranch. Unfortunately, by the time he finds out he only has a week left to get married. So Jasmine did what any friend would do and proposed to Ace, that they run off to Vegas, live their lives for the required year, and then get a quiet divorce with no one the wiser but his lawyer. Too bad their secret wedding suddenly turned into a TV spectacle, not to mention the fireworks when they kissed.
I loved this book. If my husband wouldn't have an issue with it, I'd be looking for a cowboy like ace myself. It took me a little bit to get into the book because of all of the little colloquialisms used, but trust me, by the end those are cracking you up. Ace and Jazzy make an incredible couple and it's fun to see them realize that what they feel for each other is love. However, for me their families and friends are just as much fun to read about and to meet, I fact I'm wondering if Ms. Brown didn't use my mother as a model for Jazzy's but without the southern umm charm. I think one of the best compliments I can give a book is to say that I was literally laughing out loud at points in this book.
Reviewer: Amy Hopkins
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