Review: Bachelor Island, by Robena Grant 7


5 out of 5 Stars

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Ok I have to tell you in reading the blurb about this book I was like mmm ok this is going to be corny but it was not at all. This was a really good story with lots of twists in the story and some really good characters that had me thinking well what’s next. I really liked the ending and the last few chapters I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I can say the guy on the front of the book is not what mine looked like. ;). Wyatt was what you would expect from the cowboy but I liked Corie character I think her’s made the book!!

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Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


Corie Benton, co-producer of television reality show, Bachelor Island, is scheduled to film the grand finale on Kauai. However, the season five BI winner drops out. Producer, Brick Masterson, Corie’s boss and ex-lover refers to the finale as Dante’s Divine Comedy. He needs seven finalists and wants diversity. Corie suggests re-filming with cowboys. Wyatt Hardy, a Texas cattle rancher suffering through a 3 year drought, medical bills for his ten-year-old daughter’s cancer treatments, and the memory of her mother who died eight years ago, needs a stroke of luck, but the thought of the glitz and glamour of Hollywood spooks him. Wyatt must fight to win for his two loves—the ranch, and his daughter…well, make that three—also his co-producer.

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“You might want to take two keys, just in case,” a female voice said.

Wyatt did a slow turn. What the hell?

The woman seemed familiar. He’d know those eyes anywhere. He fast forwarded through his almost empty file of attractive women and hit pay dirt. How the hell did she get here? She gave him that same once over again, the same one she’d given him in his home town, little old Hardisburg, Texas. He’d never forgotten her, or her scent. His nostrils flared slightly as he inhaled. She smelled like vanilla pudding.

The woman smiled. “Corie Benton, executive producer of Bachelor Island. Most of us refer to it as BI, along with the number of the episode. You’ll be starring in BI 5. Welcome aboard.”

Wyatt blinked hard. “Thank you.”

He’d thought she was one of those romance authors who’d been doing a writing retreat at a ranch on the outskirts of town. Huh? Well, how about that? She looked different today. Her long rich brown hair fell in messy waves, whereas last time it had been pulled into a tight bun thing at the back of her neck. His head had ached at the thought of it. And she’d been in a damn suit and heels in the middle of Texas, in the rain, and with no umbrella. She’d given him a look like he smelled bad. He had.

Her shoulders were now bare and that sundress hung on by the tiniest of straps. He felt disoriented, pulled in a deep breath, and scanned the lobby again hoping for Luke to come save him. She looked up at him her hand jutting out. The bright, penetrating brown eyes were the same: Questioning.


About the Author:

Robena Grant writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense about ordinary women thrust into extraordinary circumstances. Travel and discovering new places brings her great pleasure, and she often includes these discoveries in her stories. She is Australian by birth, lives in Southern California, and has two grown children. Robena may be contacted at: where she blogs weekly, or follow her on Twitter, Facebook, or Goodreads.


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  1. Thanks so much for hosting and for the lovely thoughts. 🙂 So sorry this is late. I was in a small town in Australia and didn’t have an internet connection, but want you to know how much I appreciate your review.


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