Monday, December 29, 2014

{Book Review} Man of her Dreams (Daydream Believers Book 1) by Teresa Blue

Man of her Dreams (Daydream Believers Book 1)
by Teresa Blue
Publisher: Self
Released: June 2014
Genre: Fiction- Adult: Romance
How I got: Received a copy from the author

Leslie Stone stumbles upon her fiancĂ© cheating with the maid of honor just days before her wedding. Determined to put distance between them, she heads to the family’s cabin in Sleeping Falls, Michigan. Unfortunately, her car barely hit the city limits before breaking down. And with no money for repairs, the scrolling marquee above the biker bar advertising a mechanical bull riding contest seems like a perfect solution.
Jay Westfield learned at an early age to avoid women who chase the limelight. After all, his mother had been the star attraction in Harvey’s Traveling show. The minute Leslie clears the door in cut-offs and skimpy tank top, things heat up. She’s on a mission and he wants no part of it. The last thing he expects is the attraction he feels seeing her on the back of Old Iron.
Add a squeezy rag doll named Mr. Jingles, the colorful antics of newfound friend, and the renowned tarot-card reader Madame Luella. Leslie’s about to discover in order to find the man of her dreams she must be willing to believe in magic.

 Review:This was a fun, romantic read. Leslie walks in on her fiance and best friend together in bed, naturally she dumps him then and there. Taking off for a breather she goes to her families cabin. On the way there she runs into car trouble, and Jay. Jay is the local hunky Jack of all Trades, and offers to drive her home. Low on funds she tries her hand at mechanical bull riding to earn a little money and make a new friend in the process.
Leslie starts of a little all over the place, she wild but still under her parents thumbs. She keeps you on your toes that's for sure. I had a little bit of a hard time identifying with her at first, but as the book progressed I warmed up to her. Jay was pretty much the opposite, stead fast he was settled where life had dropped him. Which is interesting because they had completely opposite home lives growing up. Leslie had the whole idyllic deal parents who doted on her, two brothers who pestered her the whole kit 'n kaboodle. While Jay grew up with a tarot reading mom on the carnival circuit. Guess it's true opposites attarat.
Whoo boy do they ever attract. Of course they do the whole repel, attract, repel, attract thing, but hey got to keep up guessing. Right? Over all it's a fun romantic read, the plot is quick and kept me interested. With quirky characters like Sally as comic relief and some hot sexual tension this book has a lot of great points.



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