Review: His Blushing Bride by Dani Collins


Title: His Blushing Bride
Series: Montana Born Bride
Author: Dani Collins
ebook provided through Netgalley
Published by Tule Publishing

Wedding fever has hit the little town of Marietta…

Piper Tierney is busy wrapping up the school year and planning the music for Marietta’s Wedding Of The Century. She does not need one of her parents’ backpacking hippies under foot. Except the guy they let stay in their house is so much more than the California couch-surfer he resembles. Before she knows it, she’s making time to make time, even though he’s only in town for a couple of weeks.

Taking a break from working on his doctorate in political science,Sebastian Bloom wants to reassure himself his sister isn’t making another mistake with her upcoming wedding to a Marietta rancher. He’s definitely not looking for a bride for himself. Marriage and family are a trap. But Piper is cute, funny, and wants to move on from her ex.

They agree to a no strings affair, but will they wind up tying the knot?


High school music teacher Piper Tierney got a facial birthmark that didn’t appeal to people, mostly men, that’s why she hadn’t been lucky in her relationships. Until happy-go-lucky backpacker Sebastian Bloom set foot in her doorstep, literally. Apparently, her parents allowed Bastian to stay in their house for a few days, as he was to take part in his sister’s wedding. All seemed fine and blooming between the two, until Bastian had to return home and left Piper behind. It was all for the best, Piper thought, but still it hurt her heart, knowing she wasn’t enough worth staying for.

Again, I found myself falling in love with the character/people of Marietta. Piper was such a lovable woman, strong and intense. Bastian, on the other hand, was care-free, self-efficient and so damn hot!

Dani Collins really knows how to tell a great story and how to easily connect the readers to the men and women of Marietta. I recognize most of the characters from the previous Montana Born books that I’ve read and I can’t help feeling “deja vu”. A feel good story one would love to read at night, guaranteed for a good night sleep!



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