Shay Brandenberger is a single mother, raising her daughter in Moose Creek, Montana. No matter how hard she works, she still struggles to keep her ranch afloat. With foreclosure imminent, she prays for a miracle. When she plays the bride in the Founders’ Day wedding reenactment, she is horrified to find that the groom is Travis McCoy, a man with whom she had a serious romance in high school.
Unbelievably, the marriage turns out to be real and binding through circumstances neither Shay nor Travis could have foreseen. Instead of jumping at the chance for an annulment, Travis proposes a plan to try the marriage. It could mean saving her home but is most definitely dangerous for her heart.
The book was easy to read and held my interest. Also, the characters seemed very believable, and I found myself engrossed in their plights. This was a charming book, one I would recommend to anyone.
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