The biggest risks yield the greatest gains—especially in the game of love.
Emily Wolfe, real estate agent to the elite, is tired of being alone. So when she gets a chance to compete on a reality dating show she decides to risk it all for love in the biggest game of her life.
The city girl is surprised how much she enjoys switching her high heels for cowboy boots and pedicures for mud treatments—and not the kind you find at a day spa. And she’s falling hard for Wil Parker, the sexy, rugged farmer at the centre of the show.
Amidst the chaos, tantrums and editing tape, the heat and passion between Emily and Wil reaches boiling point. But can they survive the imminent explosion, let alone the fallout?
This was a strange book for me personally. I’m not a fan of the dating shows on TV, but I was hoping that since it was in a book form I’d like it more. And I was surprised that I did enjoy it a fair bit.
I thought the characters were well written and explained. Even all of the secondary characters (the other women) were all described in a way that it was easy for me to tell them apart. So I give major kudos to the authors for that. With how many characters there were it could have gotten very ugly very fast trying to keep everyone straight.
But the downfall to this book — it really dragged on for me personally. I had to put it down several times because I was just bored with it to be honest. It literally felt like we were being told what was going on with everyone 24/7 at times, and it just drew me out of the story.
I would recommend this book to people who enjoy the drawn out, extremely detailed stories, but for myself personally I just felt like this book was lacking in some sense.