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Review: The Bachelor Contract (The Bachelors of Arizona #3) by Rachel Van Dyken

Monday, December 18, 2017

This has been such a fun series, I am going to miss these characters, the brothers were great! Get ready for a lot of emotion mixed with just the right amount of fun in the final book of The Bachelors of Arizona series.

 

 

Review: The Bachelor Contract (The Bachelors of Arizona #3) by Rachel Van Dyken | About That Story 

The Bachelor Contract (The Bachelors of Arizona #3) by Rachel Van Dyken 



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Love of his life.


The last person in the world he wanted to see...ever.


And now that he's working beside her every day, he can't escape her. Her scent, glimpses of her smile, even the tension in the air that makes his body hum with the kind of need he'd only experienced with one person-all of it is driving him over the edge.


Brant Wellington was certain of three things:


Alcohol wasn't going to solve this.


He really was losing his F-ing mind.


And his gorgeous ex-wife was going to be the death of him.



Review: The Bachelor Contract (The Bachelors of Arizona #3) by Rachel Van Dyken | About That Story


NOTE: The Bachelor Contract has two different covers. One for mass market paperback (the first shown in this post) and one for ebook (directly above).



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3.5 out of 5 stars


I really enjoyed this, it was such a great read! I was not prepared for the emotional roller coaster I went on but it was so worth the ride.


I've been curious about Brant’s story since book one, The Bachelor Auction, and was excited to get to know him. He was such a hard, closed off guy and the why is heartbreaking but I loved the healing that came from him and Nikki reconnecting. Nikki was great and I really liked her strength and resilience. Brant and Nikki's story is intense, it's full of ups and downs and a lot of push and pull. I was filled with so much anticipation while learning their history because I wanted to know the reason they were so broken. It was so heartbreaking and raw. I really liked how the details were presented between past and present and I felt so much for these two as they came back together. There's a lot of tension and pain between them and breaking down their walls to get them to their HEA had me choking up.


The writing was good. I enjoyed the details, the build, and the timeline in which things were learned. There were times when the flow was off for me and I felt like I was missing something. Sometimes things felt slightly disjointed but I was so invested in their story and caught up with all the emotion I just had to keep turning the page. The second half was a bit slower for me but by the time the end rolled around, it all evened out.


I really enjoyed all of Brant’s family and the humor they brought to the table. Sometimes it could be chaotic and crazy, and a bit over the top but as intense and emotional as it was, I found myself laughing because that lightness was needed. The overall story with this book is what hooked got me. All that pain coming to a head as Brant and Nikki truly start to heal and come together again. It was a really wonderful second chance romance.



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Purchase your copy of The Bachelor Contract
Amazon Paperback | Amazon Kindle | Barnes and Noble | iTunes

Connect with Rachel Van Dyken

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Author on Amazon

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The Bachelor Auction (#1)Amazon | My Review

The Playboy Bachelor (#2)Amazon | My Review




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