Finding a Husband
Sometimes love finds you…
Amateur matchmaker Cassie Roberts has only one wish—to help her best friend find a husband. What she doesn't realize is that sometimes love doesn't come easily and destiny is impossible to predict.
When her efforts don't bear fruit she considers abandoning her fledgling career. Until she makes one last attempt.
Finding a Husband is a short story full of quirky humor and the promise of a happily ever after. Set in Blenheim, in New Zealand's sublime South Island—the gateway to the award-winning wineries of the Wairau Valley.
PRAISE FOR FINDING a HUSBAND
"I absolutely loved everything about this book! Finding a Husband is a sweet, fun, witty and downright fantastic short read that I thoroughly enjoyed from the first page until the last. It's full of real characters, it's page-turning, entertaining, and beautifully written. A definite must read and I definitely recommend it!"
~ Lynn S.
"So good!! This may be a short quick read but there are plenty of warm fuzzy feelings mixed in amongst the humor and witty banter. Take a break, kick back, relax, and unwind from all the stress of the Holidays and enjoy another delightful story by Mollie Mathews. We deserve this!"
~ Anita F.
Finding a Husband is part of Mollie Mathew's bestselling series, Passion Down Under Sassy Short Stories.
If this is the first time you have read a Passion Down Under short story, you can easily read each book as a standalone.
Enjoy other full-length contemporary romances by Mollie Mathews: Bride of Gold; Married by Christmas; Flight of Passion and Claimed by The Sheikh
Fall in love with these contemporary heroes and heroines trying to mend their hearts, overcome their fears and find true love—read the other standalone books my Mollie to discover the friends and family who tumble into a once-in-a-lifetime-happily-ever-after affair of the heart themselves.
Bonus Extra: Excerpts from Forever and Always, The Italian Billionaire's Scandalous Marriage, Flight of Passion, Claimed by The Sheikh and Sex With Strangers