Reviewed by Kimberley
TITLE: Finding Mr. Wright
SERIES: Dreamspun Desires #42
AUTHOR: BA Tortugua
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
LENGTH: 226 pages
RELEASE DATE: September 15, 2017
Everything’s bigger in Texas, including weddings. And misunderstandings.
Colorado wedding planner Mason O’Reilly lands a major contract: a two-hundred-guest wedding at the Leanin’ N Ranch, where his friends Ford and Stoney are working to provide a safe space for GLBT events. The Wright/Preston ceremony is a destination wedding, and as the grooms are from Texas, everything is done over the phone and email. There’s no way that could lead to trouble, right?
Oil tycoon Noah Wright isn’t happy about the impending disaster, but he admires Mason’s quick thinking and grace under pressure. And that’s not all he likes about the out-and-proud wedding planner. Even though Mason’s interested in Noah, his Mr. Right can’t possibly be a rancher from Dallas.
I’m not usually into stories about Texas, ranchers or cowboys anything of the sort but but the blurb caught my attention. I must say that I’m really glad that I read this book. It wasn’t super exciting but it was a really nice read. This story was done at the same format as the other is in the Dreamspun Desire series and now I know that there is a formula that the authors have to follow for each of the stories. Now understanding that I know what to expect for each story. This one of course follow the same formula as the others but as I stated before, it was really nice. The heat index for the stories is low but that’s okay. I liked the characters in this book; they were quite engaging.
The storyline was one that has been done many times before but this one was very nice. The editing and dialogue was pretty good. What I like about each of these stories is the format of the covers. The covers are really very sleek with clean lines and bold colors. The models themselves are always quite handsome. I’m not sure if their actual models or paintings but whatever format the cover art is done and it’s absolutely brilliant so major kudos to whatever artist is responsible for the covers.
The book was good but it wasn’t as exciting as it could’ve been. Even it didn’t have any major ‘wow’ factors to it, I would say that it still turned out rather nicely.