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ARC Review: The Mountain Man’s Runaway Bride by L. Nicole


The Mountain Man’s Runaway Bride by L. Nicole 
Series: Matrimony Alaska, #2
Genre: Contemporary | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: eBook
Source: Give Me Books Promotions
Publication Date: December 30th 2020
L. Nicole: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Synopsis:

Running away from her wedding seemed like the perfect option, until the best man decides to chase her.

When Ash Grayson agreed to stand in as best man at his friend’s wedding, he was only doing it to get a glimpse at the single women in the crowd.

He never thought that the one catching his eye would be the bride to be.

Dixie Sutton was beautiful—long flowing black hair, huge doe eyes, with curves a man could drive for miles.

And those are just a few of the things that Ash likes.

Ash’s friend might be mad as hell when Dixie stops the wedding, but Ash?

He’s determined to chase down the runaway bride and make sure she stays in Alaska with a ring on her finger.

His ring.
Welcome back to the town of Matrimony, Alaska. A town full of Mountain Men looking for the women of their dreams. I’m bringing you back in town just in time for the New Year. Ash has plans to ring out 2020 happily ever after style.

The second book of the Mountain Man series was quote enjoyable.

“I don’t want to be treated like a queen, Ash. I just want to be loved.”

The The Mountain Man’s Runaway Bride is a story about Dixie and Ash but she’s engaged to someone else. She fights the need to be with a man she felt sparks with and the man she promised to marry.

I found it funny how the pilot acted like she had cookies, probably because what happened in the first book with Agnes in the last book.

All in all I enjoyed this short read but I didn’t like how we didn’t really see any development between the couple. Also Dixie’s fiance was a nice man, so it would’ve been nice to see his reaction to see his reaction to these two being together.


Rating
3.5 stars

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