As Calamity's newest resident, Everly Christian thought life in small-town Montana would be dull and tame--and she needs a little mundane after the last few chaotic years. But one night, boredom drives her to the local bar, where she finds herself sitting beside a handsome and mysterious artist.
The man is anything but dull and tame, especially in the bedroom, and when she steps out of his shower and overhears his conversation, life gets interesting again.
Reese Huxley needs a wife.
And why shouldn't Everly be the bride?
She's got her reasons for agreeing to the hasty nuptials--reasons she's keeping to herself. As long as she can stop herself from falling in love with her husband, she'll make it out of this sham marriage in one piece. But Everly has a weakness for wayward men, and the more Hux pushes her away, the more she realizes this bluff is anything but a lie.
4.5 Heart Review by Ashley
Let me get this out of the way, I am not the biggest fan of marriage of convenience books. That being said, I Willa Nash blew me away with this one. The Bluff was emotional and sexy and had that touch devious in only the way a small-town can.
I adored Everly. Yes she was hiding herself away but she was lonely and afraid. Always looking over her shoulder and wary to trust after the ordeal that sent her to Calamity. But she was kind and honest in her words and actions. And Hux was the epitome of a broody, reclusive artist. So closed off and hiding in his own way. But one passionate night ignited into something neither of them planned on.
I loved seeing them both come out of their shell. Embrace who they were and who they wanted to be. Especially as it meant standing up to the people who did their best to bring them down. As their walls slowly came down, their personalities and genuine warmth shone through. I loved their witty, flirty banter. The thoughtful gestures. The seemingly small moments that meant so much.
Full of family and friendship, The Bluff is small town romance at its finest. Hux and Everly's relationship may've started out as fake, but the feelings became very real. And that ending, be still my happy heart it was just perfect.
About the Author
Willa Nash is USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry's alter ego, writing contemporary romance stories for Kindle Unlimited. Lover of Swedish Fish, hater of laundry, she lives in Washington State with her husband and two sons. She was born and raised in Montana and has a passion for writing books in the state she calls home.
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