Logan Gabriel has known Freddy since they were children and considers her a friend, more like the sister he never had. She has even helped him select gifts for his girlfriends in the past. In his field of advertising, he is up for a partnership and has been courting a very important account. So the news that he must take the time off to go on a reality show is not welcome. However, his boss seems ecstatic at this news, seeing an opportunity for advertising for their company. Also Logan knows he cannot let Freddy downas she has always been there for him.
On their first night at the estate, the power is blown, causing the lights to go out. As they are cast in an intimate setting, Logan begins to see Freddy in a whole different light. But Freddy fears that this new attention she is receiving from Logan is due to the ambience of their situation and will end with the show, which is something she could not bear. In the meantime, the show must go on, but how can she select one of these women to spend ten days alone with the man she loves? Can she convince him that the girl of his dreams has been right under his nose all along, or is she doomed to heartache?
A timely tale, INELIGIBLE BACHELOR, penned by talented author Kathryn Quick, is a humorous, sassy contemporary romance that is sure to capture your attention from the very beginning. Having failed to read the fine print when she entered the contest, Freddy finds herself a victim of her own impulsive actions. Now she has to keep Logan out of the arms of the bachelorettes while she convinces him that she is the woman of his dreams. Although she longs to get them out of the contract, she finds that she has backed them into a corner with no way out. I could not help rooting for them as they fluctuate between their desire for each other and their concern that the show is having an effect on their feelings. Packed with emotion, humor, passion, interesting characters, clever repartee, a reality show, romance and true love, this story is an absolute delight. In fact, I hated to see it end. A wonderful afternoon’s escape, I highly recommend INELIGIBLE BACHELOR and look forward to reading more by this very gifted author. Do not miss it!