Montana Cowboy Romance
Genre: #Romance #ModernDayMailOrderBride #ContemporaryRomance
My Rating: 4
Cover: 5 *I love when a cover is true to the book and characters!
Publication: April 2nd 2020
Read: March 30th 2020 *Review copy provided via Tule Publishing Group
POV: Third-person alternating perspectives
Kindle: 198 pages
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New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Jane Porter kicks off her brand new cowboy series with a modern twist on an old-fashioned way of finding a wife.
After the only woman Joe Wyatt ever loved marries another, the Montana rancher swears off romance. He’s done playing the game. Only problem? He needs a wife, and kids he can pass the Paradise Valley cattle ranch to. So Joe takes the same no-nonsense approach to marriage as he does to running his family’s business…he places an online ad for a mail-order bride. The ad is a lot like Joe, straight-forward and to-the-point: Wife Wanted.
When Sophie Correia is left at the altar after her groom runs off with her maid of honor, she wants to get as far away from California and her dairy farming family as possible. Sophie doesn’t need hearts and flowers, but she’s fed up with men who can’t commit. And at thirty, she’s more than ready to start a family. When she comes across Joe’s ad, she thinks she’s found the perfect solution — head to Montana, get married, and move forward.
Can a contract for marriage lead to love, or will the arrangement cost them their hearts?
My 📝Review📝: 4 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Let’s face it….the title alone screams predictable. And you know what? That is fine by me. That said, while there aren’t many surprises, I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. The characters were my favorite part of the book. Not just the main H/h, but any secondary character that showed up made the story better.
I have read so many Montana Born novels from Tule Publishing that I’m a bit embarrassed to say I can’t remember every character, every story. But in many of the books, we will get an on page visit or mention of past characters from past books. And that always puts a smile on my face. In particular, I have read many books by Jane Porter. Her writing is very relatable to me and I easily connect with her characters whether or not, we have commonality. This book was Joe and Sophie’s story. The best part? There are two more Wyatt brothers that will get their chance at love. I am looking out for those books. I wonder what those premises will be.
I am not going to go into the specifies of this story as the blurb says it perfectly; as I mentioned earlier in this review, that a lot of the book is easy to infer. I most definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a refreshing, sweet story with likable characters and an endearing happily-ever-after.
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂
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