When Kat Valentine bumps into the holiday romance she can't forget, Jamie McKendrick, halfway across the world, she knows the sexy and fiery Scot is her destiny. Impulsively, they get married, but when tragedy strikes the newlyweds, they question if they know each other at all. Kat returns home to run her family’s ranch feeling older, wiser and determined to give up on love.
Jamie McKendrick is still reeling from discovering a secret that has destroyed his family. The only thing he’s certain of is that he’s not ready to give up on his wife or their marriage. He heads to Marietta to convince Kat that the vows they made are vows worth keeping. He’s not going to let his Montana cowgirl ride off into the sunset alone.
Sweet and a Heartwarming
The Scot’s Montana Bride is Book number one in the Scots Take Montana series by Jessica Gilmore. This is Kat Valentine and Jamie McKendrick’s story.
This is a sweet and heartwarming romance. I enjoyed Kat and Jamie’s characters. Here were times I wanted to shake some sense into Kat. A story of two people whose romance blossomed fast. The two grew apart after suffering a loss. Is it too late for Kat and Jamie to have a second chance at love?
Another great story about Marietta, Montana. I reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was a great book and I so thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters were wonderful. As this was an ARC, there were a few typos that I hope were caught before publishing.
This book was written in my favorite dual POV. That really helped here as I felt there was another book(s) with the beginnings of Jamie's and Kat's relationship. But the author did a great job in filling in the reader so I don't feel like I NEED to read them but as I enjoyed this book so much, I would LOVE to read them though.
This book had just enough angst to keep the reader interested and cheering the characters on. I hope there are more books for the secondary characters coming. The Valentine girls and the McKendrick men would be wonderful.
I highly recommend this book to anyone.