New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Jane Porter kicks off her brand new cowboy series with a modern twist on an old-fashioned way of finding a wife.
After the only woman Joe Wyatt ever loved marries another, the Montana rancher swears off romance. He's done playing the game. Only problem? He needs a wife, and kids he can pass the Paradise Valley cattle ranch to. So Joe takes the same no-nonsense approach to marriage as he does to running his family’s business...he places an online ad for a mail-order bride. The ad is a lot like Joe, straight-forward and to-the-point: Wife Wanted.
When Sophie Correia is left at the altar after her groom runs off with her maid of honor, she wants to get as far away from California and her dairy farming family as possible. Sophie doesn't need hearts and flowers, but she's fed up with men who can't commit. And at thirty, she's more than ready to start a family. When she comes across Joe's ad, she thinks she's found the perfect solution -- head to Montana, get married, and move forward.
Can a contract for marriage lead to love, or will the arrangement cost them their hearts?
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Two people wanting more but unwilling to gamble on love come to an arrangement to marry but never expect that love found them. I really adored both Sophia and Joe, they were both independent, strong characters with walls built up around their hearts. All the characters were wonderful and I became really attached to Summer Wyatt, I can’t wait to meet the brothers in future books and find out where their stories take them.
But wait...there’re more!!!
I was all bummed after finishing ‘The Lost Sheenan’s Bride’, believing there were no more Jane Porter novels involving the families of Marietta and Paradise Valley MT! I quickly discovered there is a whole ‘nother family of books…about the Wyatt brothers!!! As always, I wish it were longer, as I finished it in just one day. But now I’m on to book #2 in the Wyatt brothers’ saga! Yippee!!!
I absolutely loved this book! Joe and Sophie’s characters seemed so real to me which made the book hard to put down. As always you can’t go wrong with a book set in Marietta Montana!