Staff Sergeant Austin Hall has a brilliant record in the Special Forces--except for one disastrous decision that cost his best friend's life. Now he's heading home to Chance Creek, Montana, where he'd like to spend the rest of his days in the obscurity of his family's ranch. Too bad Great Aunt Heloise won't hand the ranch over unless all four of the Hall brothers marry and one of them produces a baby within the year. Austin is too broken to marry for love, so he places an online ad for a fake wife. What could possibly go wrong?
Ella Scales needs to leave Hollywood--fast. It's bad enough another actress stole her fiancé--on national television. Now she's ruined her comeback by decking her ex on a morning talk show. Pursued by paparazzi, Ella needs a new life, a new name and someplace to hide. When she reads Austin's ad for a stand-in wife, she knows she can act this part perfectly. To the rest of the residents of Chance Creek they'll be a happily married couple. In private, they just be roommates. In a year when she's old news and the Hall brothers secure the ranch, she and Austin will quietly divorce and she'll go on her way.
Or will she?
Austin's already finding it hard to remember his promise never to love again. Ella's finding it hard to keep her hands to herself. but when they're asked to make a back-up baby, Ella realizes she may have stepped into a lifetime role.
Can this pretend marriage go the distance?
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This book was quite enjoyable and an easy quick read. The characters were likable.
Such a wonderful read!
Cora Seton does it again, every book I read is better than the last. The characters in The Soldiers e-mail bride are so warm and complete. I just love the storylines and character development. This was such a sweet and moving story about love, loss, commitment and human emotions. I just loved Austin and Ella's story. I can't wait to see what she has in mind for Zane.
The Soldiers e-mail Order Bride
Romantic, funny, sexy, surprising, sad & heart felt. This story grabbed me from the first page & had me hooked to the end.