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- Print Length: 275 pages
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- Publisher: Captiva Publishing, LLC (January 22, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N4R4CQ4
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So, after way too much wine and with nothing better to do she is playing around on the internet. She sees a site that promises to find her a husband and a HEA. She fills out the information sheet and hits SEND. The next morning she receives an email letting her know what she has signed up for.
This story starts out as a little "out there", a little sad, but still you will continue to read. Then it moves on to being a little bit more serious as things develop and the story gets more serious. it is still fun and entertaining but you begin to root for the heroine and you really want to see the hero happy. Things happen for them and things get better as winter turns to spring. It is a delightful story and I definitely recommend it. I downloaded because all 9 reviewers gave it 5 stars. I had to see what could be that good. At first I was not so sure but as the story progresses I could easily see why the high stars. I was really glad to see the heroine handle the parent situation. Glad she had a class act for a lawyer and the HEA that she so richly deserved once she accepted the fact that she did deserve it. LOVED the hero as well. What a great guy. You just want the world for him. Good read. I really enjoyed it.
I was not paid for this review. I am not an author nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less.
This one starts with Rachel waiting for her parents to come home and the family celebrating New Years Eve together. BUT -- things didn't turn out that way. Her parents opted to go to her sisters and spending a week or so with her family. While Rachel is alone and drinking some wine, she sees a commercial and decides that she would check out the website. When she wakes up the next morning, she wonders exactly what she did. I don't write spoilers -- but OMG OMG OMG, you just have to read this and see for yourself.
I do have to say that once you start reading this book, you will find it hard to stop reading until you reach the ending. The story is that good and will keep your interest till the end. And then, bring on the next book of the series!!!!
Also, you can't get married, with a click, of a computer button.
I did finish the book, because, regardless of my complaints, I did have to know how it ended. The ending was predictable; but, good. I won't read more of these books though.
She's a lonely divorcee whose own family doesn't want her and her ex treats her like a doormat, not only turning the entire town against her (even though he's the one cheated), her ex is suing her for emotional abuse. He's a rancher who stands to lose his parent's house and ranch, and had his heart broken when he realized his wife married his prestige, not him. Yet they somehow got married when she got drunk and clicked on "I do"... Now she's flying across the country to meet her husband... Can this work, even when it was so... crazy?
The romance was there, but there doesn't seem to be too much chemistry initially. it was through a lot of external prompting that they got involved, but it doesn't quite feel natural, unlike Mary Farmer's "At the Altar" series with a somewhat similar high concept.