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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Review: Would-Be Wilderness Wife by Regina Scott



About the book:
The Kidnapped Bride 

Drew Wallin's youngest brother is determined to see him married—so he kidnaps Drew a prospective bride. Not only is Catherine Stanway beautiful, but she's a nurse who can help their ailing mother. Drew doesn't have time for distractions—he's too busy watching over his fatherless siblings. Yet he's drawn to this woman who carries loss and pain equal to his own.

Catherine has traveled West to use her nursing skills to save lives, not to find a husband. She knows if she gives in to Drew's matchmaking family, she'll be risking her already bruised heart. But maybe it's time she takes the ultimate risk to win the groom she didn't know she wanted!

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My rating:
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My thoughts:

Would-Be Wilderness Wife is the second book in this series and a very good read! I don't know if you've seen the old movie "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers", but this story had a similar vibe to that, which I loved!

I really liked how the MC was a nurse and so sure of herself that she didn't have a burning need to marry. I also loved Drew's brothers and hope they each have their own stories told in future books!

I do wish that the MCs from the previous book would have been in this book, but that's not a big deal.

All in all, I really enjoyed Would-Be Wilderness Wife and recommend it if you enjoy historical romance novels. Excited to read the next book!

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