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Weekend with Her Bachelor
Weekend with Her Bachelor by Jeannie Moon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Weekend with Her Bachelor” by Jeannie Moon is book four in the “Bachelor Auction Returns” series. This can be read as a stand alone, but you get to know more about the town and people of Marietta. I have enjoyed this series and love the town of Marietta. I love Jeannie Moon’s style of writing and is one of my favorite authors. This is Gavin Clark and Ally Beaumont’s story.

Gavin and Ally were best friends in high school. They had a crush on each other but misunderstandings caused them to go their separate ways. Gavin is now an emergency room doctor in Bozeman. He has agreed to be a bachelor for the auction to raise money for a helipad at the Marietta hospital. Gavin is only doing this for his former football coach. His coach’s grandson died from a football injury and might have been saved if Marietta’s hospital was equipped with a helipad. In fact, Gavin was the attending physician on call when a coach’s grandson was flown into the Bozeman hospital.

Ally has her own event planning company in Seattle. She finds out that at a wedding she is planning her ex fiancé will be part of the wedding party. Her ex will be bringing his girlfriend, the one that he cheated on her with. Ally finds out about the auction and decides that she might bid on Gavin. She does want a date for this weekend wedding so she doesn’t have to face her ex alone. This could be a win win for everybody. Ally can try to repair her friendship with Gavin, contribute to a worthy charity, and have a date for the weekend wedding. What could possible go wrong?

This is a great story about second chance romance, friends to lovers, steamy scenes, misunderstandings, friendships, and family are all woven into this wonderful story. Another winner for Jeannie Moon. She gets your attention right away and keeps it thorough out the book.

I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review. FYI, contains mature content.

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