The Hometown Groom by Jennifer Youngblood

May 18, 2018 | 1 Comment
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The Hometown Groom by Jennifer YoungbloodThe Hometown Groom
Author: Jennifer Youngblood
Series: Texas Titans
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Date: May 18, 2018
Publisher: Arbor House Books

A hunky quarterback, a debutante, and the merger that might forever keep them apart…

Emerson Stein has no intention of marrying billionaire Finley Landers just so her daddy’s merger will go through, no matter how much of a hissy fit her mama throws. When she skips out of a high-profile barbecue to barrel race at a rodeo, she never expects to meet Riker Dylan, the new starting quarterback for the Titans. With his startling blue eyes, easy smile, and boyish charm, Riker turns Emerson’s head and sends her pulse racing to the stars. Too bad she chews him out and punches him in the gut.

Growing up just outside Dallas, Riker Dylan never imagined he’d get the chance to play football for the Titans. An unexpected encounter with a copper-haired beauty puts him on an uncharted path. Why does he get the feeling there’s more to her than meets the eye?

When the stakes get impossibly high, will Emerson have the courage to choose her own path to be with the man she loves, or will the family pressure prove to be too great?

This book is part of a series by multiple authors. The individual books may be read in any order.


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About Jennifer Youngblood

Jennifer Youngblood

Jennifer Youngblood writes inspirational romance and suspense. She loves cooking, spending time with family, and travelling. She couldn’t survive in a world without chocolate, good books, family, and friends. She now lives in the Rocky Mountains where she and her mother, Sandra Poole, continue to write together.

One response to “The Hometown Groom by Jennifer Youngblood

  1. Maria

    Sweet, clean romance. I liked the story but more than one time I wanted to scream at some of the characters especially Emerson. She really needed to pack her bags. But staying made for an exciting climax so it was necessary for the plot. I am not really sure that I liked everything in the epilogue. I fear Emerson will fall into her parents clutches again. I don’t see how she can ever trust them again. I thought Riker was a fun hero but I was surprised how easily things worked out for his family. I mean it wasn’t easy but it was a big about face that happened quickly.

    No sex or language
    Violence: one punch in the gut but it isn’t exactly what you’d expect.

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