TJ hoped the Triple J Ranch would be a fresh start under a new name, with his tarnished family reputation behind him. He didn't count on the young, spirited Colby provoking him at every turn. But when tempers boil over, TJ discovers that Colby's disgust with him is more like lust, and that he'd do just about anything to tangle with the confused kitten.
Colby likes everyone, but something about the new, unfriendly cowboy on the crew gets under his skin. He doesn't understand just how worked up TJ has him until his body reacts, shocking them both. Colby's never been with a man, but he can't fight the desire TJ's rough hands have awakened in him.
It's just physical, an opportunity to indulge Colby's secret desires. But the young ranch hand's innocence softens something inside TJ, and he can't deny he wants more. He's nobody's groom, but could he be Colby's love -- or will his lies come between them?
Nobody's Groom is a Marital Bliss novella. It can stand alone, but is best read after Wrangling a Groom due to overlapping events that may contain spoilers.
I enjoy the author's writing style. She does a great job with the character development and takes the reader on a delightful journey. The secondary characters add a lot to the tale and the ranch setting is wonderfully explored.