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Bride by Arrangement, a Love Inspired Miniseries: Cowboy Creek, by Karen Kirst
Noah Burgess is the new sheriff in Cowboy Creek. His friends insist he needs a wife and send for a mail-order bride. Grace Longstreet takes on her cousin’s identity to keep her twin daughters out of her brother-in-law’s grasp. She falls for Noah and begins to hope for a real marriage rather than just a mail-order marriage. Will telling him the truth change things between them?
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Love Inspired Historical
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 0.76 X 4.21 (inches)|
Series: Cowboy Creek
KavRCanadaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5FantasticJune 10, 2016KavRCanadaGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the third book in the Cowboy Creek continuity series. I haven't read the first two and had no problem picking up the story in this one. Fans of the series will be happy to become reacquainted with the heroes and heroines as well as some reoccurring secondary characters from the other books. There's a host of eligible bachelors in this town so I'm hoping there are more books in the series. However, I searched high and low and couldn't find that information so if anyone knows I'd love it if you could share the information. I'm eager to keep up (as well as catch up) with these stories.
It's no secret that I adore a disgruntled hero and Noah is more disgruntled than most. Insert swoon here. I just loved the way Grace's little girls had him wrapped around their little fingers. And if he's truly honest with himself so does their mother. But he's stubborn and proud (hence disgruntled) so he puts up quite the fight. But, oh my, every time he drawled "City girl" my tummy went all a flutter. Every. Single. Time.
Grace knows that building a relationship based on deception is doomed to failure. She's wary and scared and feeling mighty guilty as the days wear on and they all become entrenched in her lies. Add a surprising suspense thread with action and danger to all that romantical angst and you end up with riveting read.