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Three Reasons to Wed: A Single Dad Romance (The Cedar River Cowboys) Kindle Edition
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Some people avoid these books, and accuse them of being too formulaic. But I think of them as a big plate of perfectly prepared eclairs. You know they're all gonna be sweet and delicious, but does that make any one of them less desirable or enjoyable? Of course not! PLUS, a big bonus: No matter how sweet they may be, books don't contain a single calorie!
This book meets and exceeds all expectations. It's as sweet and delicious as any eclair, but its filling is particularly satisfying. Three adorable little motherless girls, who happen to be the beloved godchildren of our heroine Marissa, want more. They want her to be their new mommy, an idea that isn't exactly abhorrent to her. Or to their father Grady. Problem is, Marissa was their mother's best friend. Wouldn't it be wrong for them to think about each other that way? Or would it...?
Great characters, and a fast enjoyable read. WITH a happy ending. Who could ask for anything more? (Well, maybe one of those eclairs...) I'd give it four and a half stars, rounded up to five.
Marissa Ellis has moved back home to Cedar River for good she is now divorced and ready to get on with her life and spend as much time as she can with her three god daughters even though she has been in New York these girls have meant so much to her always and even more since they lost their mother who was Marissa's best friend. But there has always been a tension between Grady Parker the girl's father and Marissa could it be attraction that stems from their high school days.
Grady Parker has lost his wife but loves his daughters so much and with the help of family and friends he manages to run the family ranch and love and care for his daughters but when Marissa Ellis moves next door for good things start to change for Grady emotions and feelings that have been dormant for a while start to resurface with Marissa.
Grady and Marissa are so perfect for each other but it takes a while for both of them to see this and with three little girls needing a Mum and them loving Marissa so much they help to push and pull them apart and with family secrets coming out that also cause Marissa pain and she has been through a lot she wants the romance the true love and when that all comes to the surface you will be cheering them on. I loved this one from page one and highly recommend this story it really is one not to be missed and I look forward to more in this series.
Grady Parker is making it through life and giving his all to make his three little girls happy. He's not interested in anything more than them ... until his late wife's best friend moves in next door and attraction reawakens his body!
Marissa Ellis has had her own ups and downs in life and now has come back home to be closer to her Aunt, and to keep her promise to her best friend to love her daughters.
For years, Liz was the buffer between the tension between Grady and Marissa, but now that she's not there will they be able to get along when she visits with the kids? And when they both start to notice the other, will they fight their attraction or give in and enjoy it?