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Publisher Description

"Tabitha Sandler?"

"Hello, and, umm, that was my name, yes."

Was? Nicholas couldn't even fathom what that was supposed to mean.

Billionaire cattle rancher Nicholas Sutherland was one of San Antonio's Finest Eligibles, aka what the media loved to call as SAFE. But today, he found out he was no longer eligible, with his teenage son having forged his signature to serve as Nicholas' proxy groom in a mail-order marriage. 

Tabitha "Bee" Sandler couldn't stop pinching herself. Her beautiful and devastatingly sexy husband Nicholas was ideal in every way, and even more amazing was how he seemed to feel the same towards her. Life was perfect...until she found out it was all a lie, and Nicholas had only been pretending all along.

Note: This is a STEAMY MODERN-DAY ROMANCE set in small-town Texas. It is 100% insta-love with no cliffhangers and a guaranteed happy-ever-after.

June 24
Jaded Speck Publishing
Jaded Speck Publishing LLC

Customer Reviews

Titaniumgirl61 ,

Cute story

This was a new twist on the mail order bride books. When Bee arrives at the ranch Nicholas thinks she’s his sons friend until he realizes his son has stood in proxy for him and he is the one married to Bee. This was an interesting book. The characters were really well defined and good. I did feel bad for Bee when she discovered the truth about her marriage. This is my first time reading this author and I will definitely read her again. Looking forward to the next book!

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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Review by Christine Jalili

I loved this book, she’s a new author for me. Tabitha agrees to marry Nicholas ( through proxy with his son). Unfortunately, he doesn’t know about it and uses his lawyer to find out how to get out of it without getting his son into trouble. But he sure is attracted to her. Loved their chemistry. But he messes up, and I did cry for them. Can he get her to give him another chance? Is she falling for Drake? How can he makes things ok again? Thankfully, we get a happy ever after. I highly recommend this book.

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