Reckless Promise – Book Review
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Being labeled a beautiful bimbo drives Poppy Grayson nuts
Poppy’s a serious scientist, a genetics expert with a Ph.D. and – until recently – a tenure track position at a prestigious Boston university. But Poppy’s also an impulsive redhead, and she’s sick and tired of being the target of other women’s jealousy because of her looks.
Desperate to escape the unfair “Other Woman” crisis that lost her the best job she ever had, Poppy impulsively agrees to help a friend-of-a-friend save his marriage – and ends up stranded on a Montana ranch in an impossible situation when her client’s wife calls for help.
This feel-good romp is set on a wild Montana ranch where some great characters help – and hinder – the course of true love. Take one sexy redhead named Poppy and add a hothead cynic who thinks he’s done with love. Mix with an escalating cluster of suspicions and miscommunications. Result – a fun romance and some great scenery.
I spent an enjoyable evening reading this light romance, with the added bonus that it brought back pleasant memories of my own years living in remote places.
Thanks, Jenny Andersen, for a fun read.