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Book Review: The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy

By: Robin Bielman

Kennedy Martin is an ambitious doctor who is preparing to interview for the job of her dreams when her ex suddenly calls expressing doubts about his upcoming wedding. The call ends abruptly and Kennedy can’t reach her ex, so she decides to crash his wedding. Upon arrival Kennedy discovers her college nemesis, Maverick Owens, lives nearby. Maverick immediately intuits that Kennedy was not invited to the wedding and is up to no good. Maverick decides to keep an eye on Kennedy. What follows is an extremely entertaining series of events that leads Kennedy and Maverick to discover that they may not still be enemies after all.

I almost didn’t read this book because I found the title off-putting and worried the book would be a cheesy and terrible romance novel. If you’re in the same boat, don’t let that stop you from reading this one – it’s a very good story. This was one of those books that I looked forward to reading at the end of a long workday. Our main characters are both grappling with serious emotional and life issues, they are both exceptionally likeable and the book has just the right amount of lighthearted banter and escapades to make this a very solid, feel-good story. The friendships in the book are also great – I found myself wishing I could find my own Andrew to count on, no matter what. This was a great read, and I was sad when it ended.

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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