Thursday, February 17, 2022

Dancing With Dandelion by Tara Grace Ericson

About the Book
They can’t agree on anything—except that the job comes first.
Dandelion “Andi” Bloom has sacrificed a lot for her career in the Army. Now that she’s retired, playing security guard at Bloom’s Farm for high-profile events is a welcome change of pace. That is, until hosting a string of political events means working with a Secret Service detail – including a certain special agent she would have rather left behind in Virginia.
Special Agent Ross McClain takes his job seriously. Even if he has to come to Middle of Nowhere, Indiana to work events for the vice presidential candidate. On Bloom’s Farm, Ross runs into a familiar—and unwelcoming—face. Could this assignment get any worse?
Despite their mutual disdain, Andi and Ross must work together to provide security for the farm and the candidate. As the assignment goes on, it becomes impossible not to clash over every decision—and even harder to deny their growing chemistry.

My Thoughts
And just like that we’ve reached the end of the Bloom Sisters!
We haven’t gotten to see a whole lot of Andi in the previous books so it was interesting to get to see her character fleshed out. I’m not gonna lie, she did rub me wrong at some points (like her unfounded dislike for Ross basically just because he was a confident male) but I did warm up to her at times.
Ross was great-he knew how to be professional and get the job done but also had a fun side. I enjoyed seeing him wear down Andi’s prickly sides.
The two of them were kind of hot and cold throughout, but they had some good moments of banter and seemed to make sense as a couple.
The little bit of a mystery was a fun edition and a good precursor to this author’s upcoming suspense series!
I enjoyed getting to catch up with all the Bloom siblings in the epilogue and get a glimpse of where they were now.
Fans of this series will be satisfied with this conclusion I’m sure!

Meet the Author
Tara Grace Ericson lives in Missouri with her husband and three sons. She studied engineering and worked as an engineer for many years before embracing her creative side to become a full-time author and mom.
She loves cooking, crocheting, and reading books by the dozen. She also loves a good “happily ever after” with an engaging love story.
That's why Tara focuses on writing clean contemporary romance, with an emphasis on Christian faith and living. She wants to encourage her readers with stories of men and women who live out their faith in tough situations.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own. 


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