Book Review: ‘Small Town Girls Don’t Marry Their Best Friends’ (The Beaches of Trumanville Book 3) by Carol Moncado

He’s her best friend.
She’s happy with the way things are.
Too bad everything’s about to change.

Beaches of Trumanville: Book 3

When Tessa Braverman’s best friend, Gray Beach, attended his sister’s royal wedding without her, she insisted he take her to dinner.

Then he tried to turn it into a date.

And things got awkward.

Until her great-grandfather died.

But when the will is read and Tessa discovers what she’ll have to do to keep the family farm, awkward moves to a whole new level – including what might (or might not) have been a proposal from Gray’s brother.

When she suddenly finds herself married to Gray, she’s pretty sure their friendship is over.

Because Small Town Girls Don’t Marry Their Best Friends.

Unless the family farm is on the line.

Then all bets are off.
When she’s not writing about her imaginary friends, Carol Moncado is hanging out with her husband, four kids, and a dog who weighs less than most hard cover books. She prefers watching NCIS to just about anything, except maybe watching Castle. She believes peanut butter M&Ms are the perfect food and Dr. Pepper should come in an IV. When not watching her kids – and the dog – race around her big backyard in Southwest Missouri, she’s teaching American Government at a local community college. She’s a founding member and President of MozArks ACFW, category coordinator for First Impressions, blogger at InspyRomance, and represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of The Steve Laube Agency.

My Rating: 4 Stars!

Carol Moncado is always a good read. This time she does the best friends turn into a couple trope and it really works well! I enjoyed it very much. I recommend this author so much.

*My thanks to the author for a copy of the book. My review is entirely my own opinion.

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