- File Size: 1136 KB
- Print Length: 222 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Unlimited Dreams Publishing (April 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: April 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00W8W653Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,396 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Married In Montana (At The Altar Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you can get past the surprisingly illogical situation (basically the modern equivalent of a mail order bride where after a few correspondences, and a matchmaker checking references, the bride shows up in town and ready to be married by a local judge/priest) that seems to go against what romance novels should stand for, i.e. fall in love, THEN have the happily ever after, the story gets actually quite interesting, as the couple, now wed, are forced to confront their problems right then and there instead of using them as the reasons to justify "I'll try the next candidate".
And in a way, this sort of romance is so refreshing, as it's basically compressing dating and married life down to a few weeks, instead of a few YEARS!
Any way, this story is about Scott and Savannah, who are NOTHING alike. He's a Montana Bison Farmer and Country Boy. She's a School Teacher and a City Girl. Yet they both find each other very charming, except for some major foot-in-mouth moments that makes you groan out loud "oh, no, he didn't just do that......" Case in point: re-gifting a heavy-duty mixer, originally intended to his mom (who died several months ago) STILL in Christmas wrapping paper, to his new wife, the very next day after she talked about she does NOT want to be a stay-at-home wife, even though she will have dinner ready and prefer to have a housekeeper around part-time. Ouch! Even his ranch foreman was tempted to give him a dope slap. Yet working through this sort of problems was what a marriage was supposed to be about, right? In the end, I enjoyed it more than I hate it, once I got past that initial matchmaker hump.
Dr. Lacheal Simpson grew up in a small community but proved herself to have natural matchmaking abilities. After getting a professional doctorate degree in psychology, she wants to prove her understanding of human nature and creates what she calls Matchrimony - a service where she finds people who "belong together" and they don't meet until they are face to face at the alter being wed.
How crazy does this sound? Could it possibly work?
Unknown to them, Savannah and Scott are her first couple to be wed. They trust her implicitly.
Add in the little expected detail that at age 28, Savannah is still a virgin. Take the HUGE city girl out to an isolated ranch with a new husband Who, I must add, is clueless about women. He may have dated but there is a reason he is in his thirties and still single.
I wanted to like them both but there were moments also when a slap would have been excused.
The book has humor and a gamut of emotions. I also liked Savannah's mother.
I recommend this read. It is a safe read. It has mild sexual content. There are no OW or OM. I gave it 5 starts.