Free-spirited Bec Watson was never having children––until she is. No way she’s ready for this, and she’s not going to tie-down the father, not even (especially!) if he’s secretly an English Lord. She’s doing this solo, which means she needs help from the one place she swore she’d never return...Wishing Bridge Farm. Home.
Lincoln Mathews has never known love, only responsibility. And now his family home and business is at jeopardy unless he finds a solution. Fast. Their idea? Marry for money. But the girl who stole his heart is carrying their child. His first mission? Follow her to Wishing Bridge Farm. But soon he’ll have to choose between duty to his relatives and love for the real family he never thought he could have.
Each book in the Sisters of Wishing Bridge series is a standalone story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1: Falling for the Best Man
Book #2: The Wedding Planner’s Baby
Book #3: Dating the Wrong Mr. Right
Good story, undesirable heroine
Lincoln is to die for! He's loyal and sexy, does what he needs to for his family and that includes the family he wants. He's the glue that holds this story together and keeps the pages running. He's a Man in all senses of the word.
The town characters are lively and help add charm to the story, the event planning and mishaps keep you entertained.
Piper is a bit of an odd duck and I'm thinking their is a story between her and coop that I don't know yet (didn't read book one). She's harsh and bossy like any oldest sister, looking forward to her falling head over heels for someone.
Didn't see much of Emmy in this book and I've not read hers, soon opinion there.
Then we come to Bec. Bec is flighty and immature. I get she's 22, I get she's an orphan, I get she's the baby , but seriously you just want to yell " grow up". If it were not for Lincoln, Coop and Piper, that baby would be beyond screwed up.
And lastly, Lincoln's mom. In my opinion, she's forgiven multiple times way to easy. She's a conniving old lady who is very mean.
The carefree moments between Lincoln and Bec are fun to read. They work great together as a couple when they are not discussing their status as a couple. I did enjoy their story and would recommend it to others. Though it is part of a series, you do not have to read the first book to understand the rest.
I really enjoyed this one. It's another light, fun read in this series and I adored these characters. The story is very well done with great pace and character development. Definitely left me wanting Pepper and Coop's story!
Bec has always been the flightly, carefree Watson sister. Never one to settle down but now she's back at Wishing Bridge Farm trying to prove she's serious about staying and working as a wedding planner. Yeah she might be slightly pregnant. She may have left the father back in England after finding out the truth about him. That doesn't make her irresponsible does it??? Then the baby's father shows up trying to explain why hadn't been completely honest with her. Will she listen? Do they have a chance?
I highly recommend this one.