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Married in Montana Paperback – July 3, 2017
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Ellie Burnett is facing the impending death of her father, a man who has raised her single handedly. She is headstrong and determined to keep her father’s large Montana ranch after he passes. In order to do this she needs to marry and marry fast. Unfortunately, there are no viable suitors in Marietta except one: Thomas Sheenan. All Ellie knows about him is that he would be strong and capable of working with her on the land. Thomas left his home in Ireland to get away from the loss of his family to illness. He has hardened his heart to emotions and love. When Ellie approaches him for marriage the deal is this would be a working relationship not based on love but on a mutual benefit-the ranch. But when Ellie’s father dies and she sinks into a deep mourning, it is Thomas who must find a way to bring her back to life even if they find love along the way.
Loved, loved this book!! Great characters that I fell in love with. Elle is so strong willed, use to getting her way, " daddy's little girl". Thomas, lost so much in his life, he is not about ready to give up on this ranch. My favorite part was the combing of Elle's hair, brought tears to my eyes. Jane Porter knows how to transport you into a different time period with her storytelling. I highly recommend this book.
Ellie is desperate for a husband because her father is dying and she will be left vulnerable if he passes before she is married. Thomas Sheenan doesn't ever want to get married, but he respects Ellie's father, and is attracted to Ellie, so when she proposes a business deal type marriage, he accepts.
I loved the emotions in this story. Ellie goes through quite the rollercoaster from marriage to her father's death, to the aftermath of that while adjusting to married life. Thomas is a good man and has experienced enough loss in his life that he is very protective of Ellie, but she is very strong willed and stubborn so they certainly have some interesting spats.
I loved the characters and storyline. It was a nice escape from reality.
This is Ellie and Thomas's story. I felt transported back to the 1800's. The characters tugged at my heart and I became emotional invested in their lives and wanted so much for them to get their happily ever after. I was not ready for the book to end and could have easily read more.
If you have loved the contemporary series of The Sheenans by Jane Porter, you will enjoy this bit of history behind the relatives of the Sheenan's.
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