What's Love Got to Do With It?
(Somewhere, TX Bachelors #2)
By Emma roman
~ Categories ~ Contemporary Romance
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 book opens with TJ's amusing way to find a wife, interviewing women who have applied to his ad. Honestly it's presented in a manner that makes a person want to LOL. Even better is the interaction with the waitress and I almost wish I was her because it would of made my day watching the interviews and trying not to laugh.
TJ starts out the consummate bachelor and the author does a great job of showing his character progression throughout the book in his interactions with Anna. There is never a point in the story that I didn't like him. He is in fact extremely likable just resistant to marriage and children. This is of course a big thing since his grandpa had The rule: Get married and have a baby. As with all characters it is interesting to find out what made him so resistant to the rule or situation and I found TJ's plausible.
Anna is a gutsy women that is no fluff but pure women who knows what she wants. Personally I can relate to her more than the interviewees because she is more down to earth. As with TJ, Anna has a few personal road blocks that the author presents in a compassionate understanding manner.
This is a real life like book dealing with real life situations that is well written and entertaining as well as dramatic. I give it 4 STARS.
An ARC was gifted in exchange for an honest review
~ My Reviews of the series ~
Can't Get You Off My Mind (Somewhere TX Bachelors #1) ~ Haven't read yet
What's Love got to Do With It? (Somewhere TX Bachelors #2)
Can't Get You Off My Mind (Somewhere TX Bachelors #3) ~ Not Out Yet