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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
Wedding at the Graff: Holiday at the Graff Book 5 is the story of Collie and Michael, former college friends, mutual crushes and best buds. That all ended when Collie got engaged to Michael’s best friend and later boss, Garrett, jerk extraordinaire. The engagement didn’t last and neither did the friendship, but there’s an emerald ring. A big, crazy emerald that has been an issue of dispute between their families for generations. Michael has been tasked with tracking down Collie in the wilds of Montana and retrieving the ring. Or else. That threat looms throughout the story in Jeannie Watt’s Marietta, Montana romance: Wedding at the Graff.
If you tell me there’s a new book dealing with Marietta and the Graff, I am always in. Michael and Collie’s story was a good one, but much slower paced than I was hoping for. It was nice to see Michael and Collie relive their old friendship, but I just didn’t feel the chemistry between them. I totally bought them as besties, but that last step was missing for me. What made Wedding at the Graff a truly entertaining read were the grandmothers. Secondary characters in this small town are always a blast and Jeannie Watt knocked it out of the park with those two, and my interest is piqued about Shane! I thought this was a fun, quick read, although it didn’t feel that quick very often. However, Wedding at the Graff: Holiday at the Graff Book 5 is worth the read for fans of contemporary romance, and for fans of this series.