The Publisher / Author/ Book Tour Company has provided this book club with a copy of this book for review or we have purchased the book with our own funds. The opinions shared about the story are those of the book club or the individual reviewer and not influenced by The Publisher / Author/ Book Tour Company if received for review.The Bride Wore Denim by Lizbeth Selvig
Series: Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys #1
Published by Avon Impulse on September 1st 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
When Harper Lee Crockett returns home to Paradise Ranch, Wyoming, the last thing she expects is to fall head-over-heels in lust for Cole, childhood neighbor and her older sister's long-time boyfriend. The spirited and artistic Crockett sister has finally learned to resist her craziest impulses, but this latest trip home and Cole's rough-and-tough appeal might be too much for her fading self-control.
Cole Wainwright has long been fascinated by the sister who's always stood out from the crowd. His relationship with Amelia, the eldest Crockett sister, isn't as perfect as it seems, and with Harper back in town, he sees everything he's been missing. Cole knows they have no future together—he's tied to the land and she's created a successful life in the big city—but neither of them can escape their growing attraction or inconvenient feelings.
As Harper struggles to come to grips with new family responsibilities and her forbidden feelings for Cole, she must decide whether to listen to her head or to give her heart what it wants.
The ladies really liked The Bride Wore Denim. The cover was rocking. A favorite moment was the father’s funeral where the chicken got loose (must not be mistaken for the chicken ranch!). Harper was chasing the chicken when her sister’s ex arrives and goes gaga for her. The main storyline was that the father had six daughters and the ranch was in danger of being lost. All six girls have to decide whether to save or sell it. The ladies said it really was the banter that made The Bride Wore Denim. How everything worked out in the end was really well done. The next book is the doctor in New York. Really liked it and is deserving a 4.5. Definitely an author that will be sought after for future reads.