City girl in Montana looking for her Romeo...
Sounds like the start to a Hallmark movie right? Well, it would, if they had movies about idiot women flying across the country to marry a man they'd never met.
Yup, that's what I did. I responded to an ad in a random newspaper that I found on the train. And now I'm trying to find Horseshoe Ranch so that I can marry some cowboy I've never even seen. And no, this isn't the 1800s. I'm just desperate.
To make matters worse, the cowboy doesn't even know I'm coming. His mom and dad arranged it all. The only reason I'm going is because I have $100 to my name and an old mafia boyfriend after me. I figured life couldn't get any worse in Montana. I was wrong.
In my excitement, I left the address and phone number to the ranch at home, so now I'm here in Montana, and I have no idea where I'm supposed to go. So I took a taxi and stopped at a local bar to ask for directions. And that's when all my problems began.
Loved the matchmaker mom.
Accidental mail order bride
This book had so much potential. Great idea for a story line. Ended up bring pretty silly and predictable. I skimmed most of it.
This was a fun read about the introduction to a new series full of laughs, swooning, and a few tears. Lucy first meets Austin at 12 Point Buck Bar. She needs directions to Horseshoe Ranch, where she’s going to meet the parents of the man she hopes to marry. She has no ideal that Austin is one of the Hamilton brothers. Before he leaves the bar, they share a steamy kiss. When she arrives at the ranch, she meets Ranger. He didn’t know she was coming or had been communicating with his wife, Amelia. Lucy loves them immediately. Lucy is still grieving from the loss of her mom and would love to be a part of this family. Amelia says that she thinks Lucy and Beau are perfect for each other. Will Amelia get her wish with Lucy as her daughter-in-law? Grab your copy and get ready to have a few laughs and she’d a few tears. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.