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Review: The Bluff (Calamity Montana #2) by Willa Nash

Review: The Bluff (Calamity Montana #2) by Willa Nash

The Bluff by Willa Nash is now live!

From USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry writing as Willa Nash comes a small town Montana romance.

As Calamity’s newest resident, Everly Christian thought life in small-town Montana would be dull and tame—and she needs a little mundane after the last few chaotic years. But one night, boredom drives her to the local bar, where she finds herself sitting beside a handsome and mysterious artist.

The man is anything but dull and tame, especially in the bedroom, and when she steps out of his shower and overhears his conversation, life gets interesting again.

Reese Huxley needs a wife.

And why shouldn’t Everly be the bride?

She’s got her reasons for agreeing to the hasty nuptials—reasons she’s keeping to herself. As long as she can stop herself from falling in love with her husband, she’ll make it out of this sham marriage in one piece. But Everly has a weakness for wayward men, and the more Hux pushes her away, the more she realizes this bluff is anything but a lie. 

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“I wanted it to be real. With every passing day, I wanted to belong to someone special and have that someone special belong to me.”

“Hux owned every memory of Calamity, even the ones before we’d met. Because they’d all lead me to him.”

2021 has barely begun, and I’ve already found a book to put on my top reads list. The Bluff is just my kind of read. My very own kryptonite. It’s stories like this that I can’t get enough of and that remind me daily of why I love reading so much…

The Bluff is the second book in the Calamity Montana Series and it follows the story of Hux and Everly. Following the events of The Bribe, Everly has decided to stay on in Calamity and is looking forward to a slower-paced life. What she didn’t count on was one night of boredom bringing Hux into her life. Hux is a mysterious artist that always has a scowl on his face. He isn’t looking for love, but can’t pass up a good time. But, when Everly overhears a conversation Hux is having with his lawyer, his world is going to be turned upside down.

The Bluff is everything I was hoping for and more. Fake Relationship books are my kryptonite. I am completely, 100% addicted to them. I can’t help but devour these kinds of stories and The Bluff checked off each and every one of my boxes. The Bluff is filled with heart and romance. It’s filled with love, growth, and moments that will definitely frustrate you. It’s a story of learning to let go and not be afraid to trust. It’s a story of family and forgiveness that will pull at your heart and leave you begging for more.

If you’re a fan of Willa Nash/Devney Perry’s writing then you know what you’re getting yourself into. You can expect a captivating story that’s words will leap off the page and leave you begging for more. You can expect a flawlessly written story with an air of mystery and plenty of sexy good times. Most of all, you can expect a story that will give you all the feels and make you fall helplessly in love. And that’s just some of what The Bluff gave to me.

If you’re a fan of second chance/fake relationship romances, I highly recommend giving The Bluff a try. I hope you’ll fall head over heels for Hux and Everly just as I have…

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*

Meet Willa
Willa Nash is USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry’s alter ego, writing contemporary romance stories for Kindle Unlimited. Lover of Swedish Fish, hater of laundry, she lives in Washington State with her husband and two sons. She was born and raised in Montana and has a passion for writing books in the state she calls home.
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