From the New York Times bestselling author comes the first novel in a riveting Historical romance series about unforeseen love, hard choices, and healing second chances...
A Mail Order Bride He Doesn’t Want—A Woman He Can’t Resist
The problem is that Nancy Mitchell can’t marry the man her father chose for her. Her only escape from the arrangement is to find another husband quick—so she concocts a desperate plan and agrees to become a mail order bride. When a drastic change in circumstances dumps her into the arms of Hal Grayson, a handsome, grieving man who hates her family, she is forced to rethink her hastily made plan. Can her fierce resolve and inner strength help him piece his world together again even when her own begins to unravel?
"Has everything in it to make it a great book; love, laughter, great characters and tears.”—BJ Renczkowski
“The love story is filled with so many emotions it's difficult to put down; but the ending is so beautiful it's only the beginning of a great Grayson legacy.” —Maria
Always and Forever is the Clean & Wholesome edition of When I Fall in Love(Grayson Brothers series)
*Completely and professionally re-edited for your reading pleasure
Entertaining and Well Written
I liked this book enough to read it to the end, although my personal reading preference leans towards naughtier historical romances. This book is perfect for readers who prefer clean stories with characters who eventually fall in love and live their “happily ever after.” The only thing I would strongly suggest is that the publisher give this book another critical once-over by an editor and then republish. It is disheartening to find close to a dozen misspelled words throughout the book. This kept me from giving it a 5-star review. Otherwise, it’s a very good storyline!
She was 16
Hard for me to enjoy a book about a teenager marrying a man. I couldn’t finish.
Always and forever
I could not read this book because she absolutely got on my nerves. She lied by omission about her age and outright about her identity. She acted like a petulant child and refused to leave when she learned that her intended was deceased and then trapped the man into marriage. He had valid points when he talked to her about the situation but she always snapped back and was unreasonable. I didn’t understand how a liar could pretend to be so righteous and offended when she is clearly in the wrong. She is running from her father’s arranged marriage but yet she put someone else in the same situation. She is a child and truly acted like a child. He was too patient and should’ve just immediately put her back on the train. I could only read a few pages after the marriage and couldn’t stand it any longer.