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Publisher Description

She left me the week before our wedding.

Said I wasn't "husband material."

Actually, I'd have to agree with my ex on that matter...because I'm just better off alone.  But everything changed for me the day I met a mysterious beauty sketching on the beach.

Giselle…

We had one magical night together...and then she was gone—a French beach fairy who danced away with the dawn.

I searched until I found her again.

And now I can't let her go...because maybe I am husband material after all.

 

*Husband Material is a STANDALONE novella, and the third book in the LEFT AT THE ALTAR series: a collaboration of six New York Times Bestselling Authors:  J. S. Scott, Ruth Cardello, Raine Miller, Sawyer Bennett, M. Malone, and Melody Anne, releasing separately. 

STANDALONE books in the Left at the Altar series:

Book 1 - TEMPORARY GROOM   by J.S. Scott

Book 2 - ALMOST A WEDDING    by Ruth Cardello

Book 3 - HUSBAND MATERIAL   by Raine Miller

Book 4 - WICKED WEDDING    by Sawyer Bennett

Book 5 - BAD BLOOD  by M. Malone

Book 6 - SECOND CHANCES  by Melody Anne

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
August 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
132
Pages
PUBLISHER
Raine Miller Romance
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
1.9
MB

Customer Reviews

Reading by the Book Blog ,

Fun Revelations

I guess opposites doesn’t attract but when a breath of fresh air comes blowing in, all truths are revealed. I enjoyed this fast paced romance. A true meaning of, “finding your happy place”.

Fairest Reviews ,

The Right Woman Can Make Anyone Marriage Material

Who knew a broken engagement and a subsequent break-up would come down to dirty socks?!?!

But, of course, it’s not just the inability of Gage Danielson to put his dirty clothes in the hamper…it’s more of not being with the right person…not finding that one person who would love him regardless of his habits or miscommunication and that he could love back in the way that matters most.

The way that Gage’s ex dumps him is representative of the selfish woman she appears to be, and even though her final remarks leave Gage questioning who he is and what he wants, her comments say more about who she is and what she needs to do in order to justify her actions.

Fate may be fickle but it seems to lead Gage to the woman who is meant to be his, and even though he doesn’t know a lot about his ‘French beach fairy’ - a woman who seems to understand and see him in ways that no one else ever has - the fact that he can’t stop thinking about her and shares a connection worth pursuing is all the incentive he needs to find the woman who could make him ‘husband material.’

A chance meeting leads Gage on journey of self-discovery and love and despite the obstacles that exist, as long as there’s a chance that there’s a future with his mysterious French beauty, he’ll do whatever it takes and go wherever is necessary to find everything he never knew he wanted and perhaps even needed.

Even though Raine Miller’s Left At The Altar novella is a quick read, it is filled with emotion and heart, and it confirms that any man can be ‘husband material’ as long as he finds the woman who accepts him and all of his faults.

4 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)

CoteTaja ,

Fun read

Super easy and fun summer read. I enjoyed reading this standalone by Raine Miller.
Gage was dumped by his fiancée a week before the wedding. He is starting to believe he is really not a husband Material as his fiancé told him. But he stumble across this lovely girl sketching on the beach while he was surfing.
Giselle is girl from France, artist, free spirited and fun. Soon they start seeing each other regularly and feelings fly, but Giselle needs to return home to France.
Very quick Gage realize that he really loves Giselle and wants to keep their relationship. However he doesn’t know how to find or how to contact her.
It’s really fun to see these two interact with each outer. There were some set-backs and few issues to keep you interested and wanted to find out how all this will end.
It is a sweet story and nice quick read. I recommend it.

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