Thursday, March 30, 2017

Review - - A Small Town Bride

A Small Town Bride
by Hope Ramsay
Publisher: Forever
Release Date: March 28, 2017
Reviewed by Santa

Amy Lyndon has everything a girl could ask for. Tons of clothes, a snazzy sports car and lots of money to spend. Well, it’s not her money. It’s her father’s money and her ride on the gravy train is about to get derailed. Fed up with her out of control spending, her father presents an ultimatum - marry the man of her family’s dreams or go out on your own. Amy walks out into the world on her own and quickly finds out what it means not to have a dime to her name. But what her father doesn’t count on is although she doesn’t have any resources, she does have resilience.

She applies for a wedding planner position but lands a landscaper one instead. Challenge accepted. She’ll start from the bottom even if the bottom means she works for the local bad boy.

Dusty McNeil has enough trouble without having to babysit a spoiled little rich girl and Amy proves to be anything but.

Together they discover an attraction that goes beyond the physical. They discover they are kindred spirits that are not defined by who they are related to by blood. They become one another’s true north. Not to be manipulated by anyone to suit their needs. They have needs and wants of their own.

I really enjoyed this book and was delighted to find out it was part of a series.


  1. I like this review. It makes the story sound like - two very right people find one another. You know, HEA is a really good thing.

  2. This sounds like my kind of catnip!

  3. Enjoy her books. This sounds good too.