Dandelions on the Road by Brooke Williams
Twelve men…one woman…plenty of dandelions. Eva Merida has her life in order. She loves her job at the Furry Friends Rescue League and has a loving, supportive family. But she’s still missing that one special person to stand by her side. When she comes in third place on the local TV version of “The Bachelor,” entitled Accept this Dandelion, she nearly loses all hope for romance. Fortunately, the TV station decides to do a second season of the dating show…and they name Eva as the Bachelorette! With a plethora of dating mishaps recorded for TV, Eva finds herself falling for several men at once…including the show’s host. Will she find love at last or simply embarrass herself in front of the entire city?
“Light-hearted, Feel Good, Hollywood Romance”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Leen
I don’t know if you’ve ever watched Bachelor or Bachelorette on TV. Well, I used to love it. But then after about the third series, I’d had my fill. The reasons being that I couldn’t imagine finding the love of my life while surrounded by many other choices, cameras and rushing by doing activities all the time. I can only fathom falling in love when I see someone in real life showing their true colours.
Enough of me rambling.
This book is about a TV series based on the Bachelorette. I was hooked from the beginning as I usually seem to be when I read one of Brooke’s books. She’s a master story-teller. Her pacing is amazing. There isn’t a moment of boredom and you want to read on to find out what’s going to happen next.
I loved Brian. I wanted him to get the girl right from the beginning. I mean, he has dimples. No, that’s not the real reason. He was such a genuine guy. The real deal. The man with the soft heart who cares for the girl and everything she goes through.
I kept on wondering when Eva would see him for his true goodness. But she had a process to go through. I loved reading about the “bachelorette” experience. Brooke has a way of making Hollywood touchable to the reader – she brings us into their world and yet keeps her characters real and likeable. They were all great.
If you’re looking for light-hearted, feel-good, gripping and fun romance, look no further. This book ticks all the boxes.