Book Review: The Dream Groom by Taylor Hart

Title: The Dream Groom

Author: Taylor Hart

Series: Texas Titans Romances (Stands Alone)

Published: January 13, 2018

Page Length: 219 Pages


Book Summary:

Enjoy this fast-paced romance by best-selling author, Taylor Hart!

Scar Walker, professional football player and ex Navy Seal, only wanted to focus on getting his gym built for military vets while he was in San Diego. He didn’t want to take crap from his brother, he didn’t want to deal with a lippy waitress, and he really didn’t want random people calling him on the phone.

Shayla Castle came to San Diego to finally live out her childhood dream. When she accidentally calls the mysterious phone number left on her table while waitressing, she never anticipated it would be the handsome jerkface soldier who chewed her out that morning. It confuses her even more when the same jerkface shows up the next night and saves her from an attacker.

She never would have imagined she and soldier boy would start talking every night and she really never imagined he would convince her to let him do her bucket list together. After a hike at Torrey Pines, a helicopter ride, and surfing at Oceanside…she finds she just might be falling for this soldier boy.

When things get heated, she’s left with a choice—let go of the past or lose a new dream she was just starting to discover.


Yes, I read another Taylor Hart sports romances. I’m drawn to these books because I know I’m going to get a fast-paced easy-to-read book that is filled with likable characters. They never take me more than two sittings to finish and often I can read an entire book in one evening if I start early enough. Admitted these are fluffy and somewhat cheesy. However, I appreciate that they are clean and entertaining. These books are brain candy that I can devour guilt-free.

Scar and Skylar are both loveable characters who bring out the best in each other. A very enjoyable read!


Rating: 4 Stars – Great Book

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Content: Clean (just kisses)

2018 #24