To save her business, she'll have to risk her heart. Will their fake marriage take them out of the friend zone?
Rhett Walker has been in Three Rivers for a year, relying on the Foster sisters next door as he rebuilds his ranch after a tornado hits town. He's closest to Evelyn, and they spend a lot of time together. While he's entertained thoughts of starting a relationship with her, there's always a boyfriend and their friendship between them.
Evelyn Foster runs a successful, secretive matchmaking service for the women of Three Rivers. She helps set up situations so cowboys can get out of their own way and see the beautiful woman standing right in front of them. Business is great—until people start to lose confidence in her abilities because her boyfriends all seem to break up with her.
To save her business, she'll have to risk her heart. And her pride. She knocks on Rhett's door—the only person she thinks will go along with her crazy plan. Could their make-believe marriage be exactly what they both need to get out of their own way and find a happily-ever-after?
Sweet but Silly
This is a well-written, clean book. The writing can’t be faulted. How it could be considered a ‘Christian’ book, however, is doubtful. They marry as a business arrangement, then have intimate relations while thinking of themselves as not married. And how she could string him along not committing and that she would think he would weakly agree to her terms is baffling. And live bound up in such fear that the men are scared to ask women out to the point the women have to. Very repetitious, frustrating and poor examples given the number of times characters knew the right thing to do but did not do it. All’s well that ends well. Eventually they both confronted their fears and fought for each other for a HEA.