What's Love Got To Do With It by Emma Roman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
the will of their grandfather left them all in a bit of a pickle. they need to fins a wife and preferably one who wants to have a baby within a year ...
they all hated their grandfather for that stipulation to hold on to the family company and funds.
Tj decides just finding a woman isn't his way, he'll make a list and choose the best one! a friendship is al he's after, some compatibility in the bedroom wouldn't be bad either but he didn't want more. at the local cafe he's having one interview after another and none of the beautiful woman gives him a spark.
the second day of interviews is about to start when Anna slips into the booth and makes the best pitch of them all. only she never was on his list! but screw his list, he likes her!
everything starts of fast but their connection is real, but what when some things create some misunderstandings and what should have been pretending isn't longer pretending?
will anna and TJ be able to work through the misunderstandings and admit to each other what they really feel?
another stellar addition to the somewhere tx bachelors. the stinton brothers have a hard time with the will but they find strong women while they're at it! love reading these. you just know they each have their own character but when it comes to their newfound family they're fierce and protective but more importantly they're brothers and they don't make things easy on each other either!!
loved the bantering and ribbing they give each other.
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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