When two brawny cowboys seek a mail-order bride, they get more than they bargained for.
Desperate to escape the ruthless clutches of a man who wants her only for her inheritance, the lovely and daring Madelaine O'Connor flees on the first train west. Her hopes for safety and love rest far away in the hands of a stranger in the Montana Territory. She soon discovers she's bound to not one man, but two. These are Bridgewater men, who together, will claim Maddy in the most intimate of ways.
But everything isn't as perfect as it seems, for trouble follows the wanted bride all the way from Kentucky. Can they survive the threat to their love... and their lives?
Raisa Greywood's Bridgewater Bride's World book, Their Wanted Bride was a nice relaxing read with some smexy ménage thrown in. What I loved about this story was that Maddy wasn't the poor put upon heroine who needed the heroes to rescue her. Yes, she did run away to become their mail order bride, but she had her own money and could take care of herself. The fact that Justin and Caleb could accept that and use her money in ways that were needed and didn't get bent out of shape about it really appealed to me. The smexy scenes were oo-la-la good and I could re-read those on any a cold night. I did feel that this book made you suspend your beliefs on a few issues (I won't say specifically what since they could be spoilers), but it's fiction and when else can you completely suspend belief. Overall, I really liked it and will be checking out some of Raisa's other works.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.