- File Size: 945 KB
- Print Length: 118 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (March 11, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 11, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UM4FG4O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,204 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
What a Bachelor Needs (Bachelor Auction Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I loved this book, by far one of my favorite stories out of Marietta. Mardi has overcome some difficult situations in her life, she is no damsel in distress. Mardi is strong, capable, independent woman. Jett is wealthy Olympic athlete, regardless of the differences in their living circumstances they find true love. This book is just a beautiful story, it's not a long story by any means but Ms. Hunter put so much into this story. I highly recommend this book, 5 stars. beccareview.com
Your date with ski champ Jett Casey is an either/or deal. Heâ€™ll take you off-piste for the ultimate Montana ski adventure or heâ€™ll put his handyman skills at your disposal for a week.
Single mom Mardie Griffin has a run-down old house in need of fixing and a memory of Jett Casey as her saviour in a time of great need. So when her friends acquire Jettâ€™s services at a bachelor auction and send him to fix up her house, she sets aside her mistrust of men and lets him in.
Elite athlete Jett Casey has the world at his feet and no desire for stability. But thereâ€™s one woman heâ€™s never forgotten and if he can help make her safe this time, maybe sheâ€™ll stop haunting him.
No strings, no sex, no commitment. Just fix things. Surely it canâ€™t be that difficultâ€¦
I really, really like Jett! He is fun, easy going and gets things done! He's thought a lot of Mardie over the years, and it was really unique how they finally meet again. I really like how Jett is with Mardie. He wants to help her and keep her safe, but he doesn't overstep her boundaries (too much!). Jett is very attracted to Mardie, secretly he always has been. Is Mardie ready for more though?
The last time they met was a night Mardie would rather forget. She's moved on since then, and she is fiercely independent, determined and strong. She is so independent she doesn't want to accept any help at all...even when she needs it desperately but won't admit it. But with a young daughter to think of now, Mardie just might have to lean on someone else for a little while. As she's accepting some help, she finds her walls slowly crumbling just a little. If she has a little fun with Jett, what will it hurt?
Jett might do more than fix up Mardie's house...if she lets him he can help her heart start to heal.
What A Bachelor Needs is a fast paced novella with good a good romantic build up. The characters are interesting (love Mardie's little daughter, and Jett's brother must have a story lurking in there somewhere!!) and kept me involved in their story.
What A Bachelor Needs is part of the Montana Born Bachelor Auction series, but can definitely be read as a stand alone (although the whole series is great!). I'd recommend this to romance readers looking for a quick, feel good romance.
Mardie is a single mother working as a waitress and trying to make ends meet. Jett is an award winning skier from Marietta. Mardie's friend buys Jett at the auction, and gives him to Mardie to be her "handyman" for the week.
I really liked both Mardie and Jett. He is always a risk taker, and she is the exact opposite. They had gone to school together, but hadn't had contact in a long time.
It's hard to write a review without giving too much away. But I really enjoyed the pace of the story.
Definitely a good read.