Stick in the Mud

Stick in the Mud Meets Spontaneity: Review & Giveaway

Stick in the Mud Meets Spontaneity: Review & Giveaway" class="ubb-image alignleft">Stick in the Mud Meets Spontaneity by Rachael Anderson
Series: Meet Your Match #3
on 6/12/2015
Pages: 242
Format: eARC
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Home from college for the summer, Samantha Kinsey steps into her role as nanny for her two favorite little charges. But when she finds herself playing chauffeur more than playmate, her summer outlook quickly turns from fun to bleak. That is, until she drives the girls to a family-owned ranch and meets Colten McCoy—a genuine, hard-working cowboy, who's as set in his ways as he is handsome. Although he claims he doesn't need any fun in his life, Sam’s determined to help him find it. But she'll soon discover that cowboys are about as easy to train as wild mustangs.

Stick in the Mud Meets Spontaneity is about an adaptable girl and a not so adaptable guy. It’s about learning to accept people for who they are and realizing that sometimes who they are is exactly who they should be.


I have become a big fan of Rachael Anderson.  I have read and reviewed both Prejudice Meets Pride and Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined and so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the third book in the series, Stick in the Mud Meets Spontaneity!

We are right back on the same street and back to the same families. But Sam is all grown up.  She comes home for one last summer before heading off to the big bad city and meets Colton.  And, Sam creates a summer bucket list (I really hate that word bucket list, but that is another story for another time!) Colton decides to help her work through the bucket list and along the way determines that maybe they aren’t all that different.

Such a super cute book. I love Racheal’s books and I adore the romance story! As a bonus, this is a clean romance!



RachaelAuthor Rachael Anderson

USA Today bestselling author, Rachael Anderson is the mother of four and is pretty good at breaking up fights, or at least sending guilty parties to their rooms. She can’t sing, doesn’t dance, and despises tragedies. But she recently figured out how yeast works and can now make homemade bread, which she is really good at eating.

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