"You love who you want to love. You be who you need to be."
From the Marital Bliss blurb:
Marriage contracts. Childhood pacts. Fake engagements.
Can these men stand together against all the odds for marital bliss?
Marital Bliss includes three full-length novels and one novella that explore themes of love, acceptance, and true family.
Surprise Groom: Caleb Taylor is shocked to learn his family could lose Bliss Island Resort — their home and livelihood — unless he makes use of a clause to marry the child of investor Louis Chastain. Sofia Chastain is more like a sister than a love interest, and Caleb isn’t ready to sign over his future. But Sofia has a brother, and Caleb has a plan ...
Surprise Groom is approximately 90,000 words.
Wrangling A Groom: Wyatt has wanted to marry Diego since they made a childhood pact, but life got messy and Diego slipped away. When his first love returns to the ranch for a funeral, Wyatt is determined win him back and fulfill the promise that has never left his heart.
Wrangling A Groom is approximately 85,000 words.
Nobody's Groom: Colby likes everyone -- except the new cowboy on the crew who rubs him the wrong way. TJ is looking for a fresh start, not a young country boy who provokes him at every turn. They're both in for a rough awakening.
Nobody's Groom is a novella of approximately 38,000 words.
Faking A Groom: When Avery decides to call his father's bluff and produce a fiancé, his first love, Rory, is the perfect man for the job. But with a love that never fully faded, not everything is fake...
Faking A Groom is approximately 100,000 words.
All four titles have been published individually as part of the Marital Bliss series.
Absolutely enjoyed this series - over the 4 books, it covers most tropes - small towns, found families, big city, country town, bi/first awakenings, second chances, friends to lovers, hurt/comfort, fake boyfriends, forced proximity... but not in just 1 book !! bahahaha
Each book can be read as a stand-alone, but I will say that some characters pop up in other books. It's all low angst and yes, there is the miscommunication hiccup or protective hiccup but it didn't become boring or staid. There are funny moments, drama, steamy times, and really, overall, they were a whole heap of fun to read. Brilliant series.
Rating: 5 Stars
Rating: 5 Stars