Romance in Rehoboth Boxed Set (Books 4-6): A Small Town Romantic Comedy Series by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez

Romance in Rehoboth Boxed set, books 4-6 are just as wonderful as the first boxset with books 1-3. K.L Montgomery has a way with words, that makes you feel like you’re right there alongside the characters. I love that they are all clean romantic comedies, with strong female and male leads. There is a lot of fun chemistry between the characters. Each can be enjoyed as a stand alone novel, each focusing on a new couple. There is mention and cross over characters from previous books, but they are just friends mentioned in passing. I love that each book has its own soundtrack.
Badge Bunny is the first in the box set, and based on the name, I was a little worried about the content. Rest assured, it is clean and a good story. It follows Chris Everson, state trooper and Brynne Miller, ER MD. Both work crazy 12 hour shifts for the last couple of years, but somehow haven’t crossed paths until now . And now it seems like they see each other daily. Chris gets on Brynne’s nerves from day one, but try as she might, she cannot avoid him. Turns out they are even paired together at mutual friend’s wedding. During said wedding, they are brought to the test and must work together to save lives.
Wedding War was hilarious. It is like a modern day Romeo and Juliet, following Jason Friday and Hannah Robinson. Their families have had a feud for as long as they both can remember, and neither knows why. They decide to join forces, in secret, to try to take down a new business in town. Both families are in the formal wedding ware business, and a discount store in town is set to put them both out of business. Hannah gets a job at the competitor and performs a bunch of pranks and ploys to destroy their reputation and hopefully put them out of business.
Book 3 Stage Mom follows Larissa Emerson and Mateo Flores. Larissa is a single mom with a special needs daughter, in the Little Miss Rehoboth pageant. Mateo is the new director of the pageant and is tired of dealing with these uptight moms. However, the chemistry between them is undeniable.


Reviewed by @way2gosmartguy

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