Published by Prism Book Group on February 4, 2015
Source: Purchased Amazon
Renee Lockhart has her eye on a lofty goal…to fill the open position of morning radio show host on a nearby secular station. When her co-workers sign her up for a local TV version of “the Bachelor,” Renee goes along with it in order to raise her profile. Ben McConnell, one of the most eligible bachelors in town, insists that Renee be placed on the show, despite her bumbling audition. Ben gets much more than he expected in Renee. He gets a girl who doesn’t bow to his every whim…and a girl who opens his eyes to true, unexpected love. Enjoy a local version of the popular "Bachelor" TV show...where nothing can go right for Renee!
Renee Lockhart wants to be the morning show host of the local tv station. The problem is she does not have a big enough name according to her boss. Her co-worker sets her up to interview on a show that is the local version of ‘bachelor’. She blows the interview and the producer wants her out the door but the local bachelor Ben McConnell sees her interview and wants her on the show. Renee hopes being on the show will build the name her boss is looking for. What she’s not bargaining for is falling for the bachelor.
In ” an Oyster Shell –A humorous heart-warming clean romance.
The Pearls – The concept was really cute. A radio show host wanting to use a local t.v. show to make a name for herself though she doesn’t really like the bachelor at first. She is familiar with his public image but she finds out there is more to him.
The romance was cute. It was endearing. The two made a great couple though it took them awhile to figure it out. Ben was dating 11 other women at the same time. They were an unlikely match. Renee gave Ben a run for his money.
The book had a lot of great humor. Renee was a riot. There were lots of funny scenes. Her character was well developed and was good for a giggle or two. Ben was a lot more serious. Renee was just thing he needed to round him out.
The Sand – Nothing comes to mind.