The Bachelor Contract part of a series but all books can be read as standalones without confusion.
Brant and Nikki meet at a very young age, fall in love, get married and think they can live happily ever after, doesn’t matter that Brant’s grandfather doesn’t approve, or Nikki’s sorry family has written her off because they think she is making a huge mistake. These two lovebirds give zero shits what people think. Love can conquer the world right? And marriage is Till Death do us apart.
But when tragedy strikes, like massive, how these two young adults handle it tears them apart.
Fast forward four years later and Brant and Nikki are still in pain, and not over what’s happened to them that ripped them apart. Nikki is comforted by her very loyal best friend Cole. He has seen the hurt in her eyes every day for the past four years, he would do anything to make that pain go away. Brant, on the other hand, has masked his pain with easy women and alcohol. However, when the hangover passes he’s reminded of how much he has lost.
With the help of meddling grandparents and a twin brother, Brant and Nikki are forced to work side by side. They realize how much they still care for one another. Both have to work really hard at forgiving each other as well as themselves. I felt at times they didn’t communicate properly and the story felt a bit all over the place, but it was still a fun story.
I really enjoyed THE BACHELOR CONTRACT. The banter between all parties was quite entertaining. Easy, quick, fun one sitting afternoon read that I’m certain Rachel Van Dyken’s fans will adore!
Hugs,Tags: Contemporary, Rachel Van Dyken, Second Chance Romance, standalone, The Bachelors of Arizona series, TJ