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Falling for her sister's first love, how could that possibly go wrong...

Zach Thorne is supposed to be off limits. He’s her sister’s high school boyfriend and his love life is a revolving door of women. He’s also handsome, sexy and the one guy Emma Callahan has never been able to forget.


Now they’ve been thrown together as best man and maid of honor for her sister’s wedding and  some serious sparks are flying. Zach is perfect wedding fling material until he starts to take their romance seriously. Now, Emma is left wondering: is he for real or is she about to get her heart broken? 

The trouble with bachelors is you never know.

March 21
The Sassy Muse LLC

Customer Reviews

Lynn B888 ,

The Trouble With Bachelors

A sweet reunion story that takes us on a journey of friendship, heartbreak and how to overcome the roadblocks in your way!

The one man that Emma Callahan has never been able to get out of her mind is suddenly back in her life again! It was a silly childhood crush, that ended in heartache when he took up with her older sister … but it was a feeling she’s never felt again. Now they are being foisted together as Best Man and Maid of Honor as her sister marries his best friend and she can’t think of any better way to get him out of her system then having a wedding fling with him!

Zach Thorne has a reputation as a ladies man … the love ’em and leave ’em type … and it’s well earned, but he just has never felt the draw to settle down before … until now! He can’t believe how differently he felt for Emma when they started to spend time together with wedding festivities. He can’t get her out of his mind and is determined to make her see that he’s not just in this for the short hall … she’s different!

GmaLeena ,

Panty-Dropping Hotness

This was a cute story that had me not only smiling from the beginning but had me chuckling throughout. There were some frustration issues too, but then that’s how life is. Especially when dealing with a wedding, siblings and friends. AMD maybe some residual high school issues. This was my first Caitlyn Blue book, but I’m looking forward to more stories within this series. Each one will be another couple within their inner circle…. Exciting stuff!
Emma has had a crush on Zach since the first day of being in speech class together in high school. Unfortunately he ends up saying her older sister instead of her. He’s a playboy who prefers short term relationships, while Emma is the long term, forever type. Can these two be just a wedding hookup fling, or will it turn out to be more? You’ll have to read The Trouble with Bachelors to find out. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via Tasty Book Tours through Instafreebie for an honest blog tour review. Due to sexual situations and adult language, this book is recommended for readers 17 and older!%

BookSnuggle ,

Sexy Romance

The Trouble with Bachelors by Caitlyn Blue is book number one in the Windy City Bachelors series. This is Zach Thorne and Emma Callahan's story.

Zach is a few years older than Emma but were assigned to work together in a class group project. Emma developed a crush on him but he ended up dating her sister who was closer to his age.

Time has moved on and now her sister is marrying Zach's best friend. Zach and Emma are thrown together to do maid of honor and best man duties. The chemistry between the two is hot and steamy. Zach has a reputation for just having flings. As Emma and Zach spend time together he realizes that Emma is different but what exactly does that mean since he isn't a relationship type guy. Emma tries to keep her heart out of this relationship. Will the two let their guards down and take a chance on love?

I liked Zach and Emma's characters. I connected with Zach's character better. I did not like Emma's sister. She came off very selfish and very spoiled. I felt sorry for the guy she was marrying.

This is a sexy romance with a lot of ups and downs due to miscommunications.

FYI, contains mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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