This was a fast, nice little read from Kristine Rolofson.
The Husband School is about a small town in Montana on the verge of dying and needing some way to save it. The mayor has plans to turn it into the setting of a reality show, bringing eligible females from LA to court the many bachelors residing in the area.
The only problem is that most of the men could use a few lessons in everything from basic manners to how to dress appropriately.
Meg Ripley, who runs the local diner, finds herself roped into helping transform the scruffy cowboys into dating material before the begins. Thrown into the mix is a pregnant runaway she takes in and the love of her youth, Owen MacGregor, who suddenly returns to town.
The characters were a lot of fun and despite Meg and Owen having some issues to work through, over all the story was fun and fast-paced.
My only complaint is that another chapter at the end to wrap things up would have been helpful. It seemed like the story just ended, rather abruptly.
Other than that – a great ready for quiet afternoon.