Friday, March 11, 2016

What's Love Got To Do With It by Emma Roman ~ Review

Title: What’s Love Got To Do With It (Somewhere, TX Bachelors #2)
Author: Emma Roman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 166 pages
Publisher: Indie
Release Date: February 16, 2016
Source: Review Request
Rating: 3
Heat Rating: 3
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

The rule: Get married and have a baby. When Grandpa Stinson dies, he expects nothing more than to keep his grandsons together, running the family's multibillion-dollar business. But he's got just one unfaltering rule: they have to get married and have a baby first. The brothers disagree...wholeheartedly.

But it's set in stone.

Follow the rule or you're one grandson out of luck...

Loving a good challenge, playboy bachelor, TJ Stinson decides to take the bull by the horns and puts out an ad in the local newspaper for a wife and "baby mama." Determined to get the job done, TJ interviews women, making sure this is in contract only--no ties of love for this particular agreement.

Overhearing one of his ridiculous interviews, Anna Granger decides she'd be perfect for the "role." But what happens when neither of them are pretending anymore? Their pasts have a way of creeping back up on them, teaching them what Grandpa Stinson knew all along: there's more to life than just prestige and money.
This is a very fun series, but the the romance here was a little too on again off again for my taste. Anna just can't seem to make up her mind about what she wants to do about TJ and her financial worries. I understand the being unsure part, but she keeps making decisions - starting to follow through - and then changing her mind.

TJ wasn't the best of characters either, although he does redeem himself. He sets out to hurt and trap Anna at one point and I just had a very hard time liking her after that. It took a lot before I'd let him into my mind as the hero again.I'm sorry, but you don't get to take credit for saving the day, if you're the one that ruined it (purposely) to begin with.

There is a lot of humor and fun. The brothers are a great bunch when you get the all together around the dinner table. I'd sit and listen to their lively conversation any day. And Anna has such a heart of gold that you will be cheering for her just about every step of the way.

Only one brother left, and I can't wait to get to find out his story.

*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*

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