Book Review: Chasing the Runaway Bride by Susan Meier

Posted May 17, 2015 by love2dazzle in Fiction, Reviews / 0 Comments

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Book Review: Chasing the Runaway Bride by Susan MeierChasing the Runaway Bride (Entangled Bliss) by Susan Meier
Published by Macmillan on November 17th 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, Romantic Comedy
Pages: 265
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher on NetGallery
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From cold feet to hot-blooded… Former Marine and current rancher Cade Donovan left his hometown looking for a fresh start. But then Cade inherits the grocery store that his grandfather won from the O’Riley family in a poker game more than thirty years ago. The same store that caused a bitter feud between the two families. And worse still, Cade has to return home to confront his past—and share his inheritance with the enemy…the all-grown-up and sinfully tempting Piper O’Riley.After ditching two fiancés at the altar, Piper has a reputation for being the town’s runaway bride. The irony is, Piper is woefully inexperienced when it comes to real, true physical attraction. And working with Cade is torture. The kind that can keep a girl up all night imagining naughty, delicious things. Things that Cade is more than happy to show her…It’s all fun and sexy games…until the truth of why Cade left town comes out.

Cade and Piper have grown up quite wary of the other because of a long family feud. When Cade’s grandfather passes away and leaves the town grocery store to both Piper and Cade, they decide to make a truce to keep the store going. “Chasing the Runaway Bride” by Susan Meier is such a cute story and so much fun. I thought it was really easy to get into the story.

This is definitely a fast read with great characters. Cade is strong and determined whereas Piper is definitely fun and very friendly however most consider her to be flighty because she has left to men at the altar. I think it was nice getting to know these characters and watch how they worked out their issues and ended up loving and respecting each other. I think this is definitely a fun easy enjoyable read.


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