Wedding bells are the last thing on twenty-two year old Riley Bishop’s mind, but that’s exactly what he hears after waking up in Vegas next to a woman he just met—his new wife.
He never saw her coming, but she might be worth the risk.
Zoey Mitchell is high on life, free spirited, and adventurous. However, learning she married a rowdy cowboy after a night of partying is not what she expected—even for her.
She’s risking it all, gambling with her heart.
Deciding to give their instant marriage a chance, Zoey moves from her big city life to a small town Texas ranch. She has to know if their connection is based on more than just a wild one-night stand before announcing to her family that she got hitched.
One moment changes everything—for better or worse—and a secret could destroy them both.
Just being around her lights a fire inside me, and it’s about to burn me alive.
What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas, especially in the case of Riley and Zoey and a dare.
Riley and Zoey felt a connection on first sight, but it is Vegas, so the chances of running into someone random again is pretty low. However, in their case it happens and they spent a crazy 48 hours together that ends up with the two of them being married. The next morning they both return back to their home starts and decide they will stay in touch to figure out their next moves.
I LOVED Riley and Zoey. Their story was a wild ride and so much fun to read. They had so much chemistry and their entire relationship was super sweet. Riley is a true southern gentleman and you can’t help but swoon over him. I loved Zoey, too. She was the black sheep of her family. A hairdresser in a family full of doctors. Though, it did take her a bit to fight back against her rather controlling parents. But when she did, I was cheering for that girl!
I loved every single moment of this book. From Riley and Diesel’s crazy Vegas trip and all the shenanigans they got into there to being back on the Circle B Ranch and around the entire Bishop Family again. Whether you’ve met the Bishop Brother’s or not this is a complete standalone and A MUST READ!