Montana Groom of Convenience

Montana Groom of Convenience

by Linda Ford

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Their Marriage Bargain

Carly Morrison’s father issued an ultimatum: get married or lose her ranch. But while she can rope and ride as well as any man, leading one to the altar is another matter—until newcomer Sawyer Gallagher suggests a marriage of convenience. Their arrangement might be a sensible solution to her predicament, but Carly’s growing feelings are a genuine complication.

Desperate to provide a home for his orphaned sister, Sawyer takes a chance on lassoing himself to headstrong cowgirl Carly. He’s convinced he’s too hardened by life to love anyone…until their union is threatened. Is it too late to turn this practical partnership into a real Big Sky family?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488087141
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/01/2018
Series: Big Sky Country
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 225,015
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Linda Ford lives on a ranch in Alberta, Canada. Growing up on the prairie and learning to notice the small details it hides gave her an appreciation for watching God at work in His creation. Her upbringing also included being taught to trust God in everything and through everything—a theme that resonates in her stories. She and her husband raised fourteen children—ten adopted. She currently shares her home with her husband, a grown son and a live-in paraplegic client.

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Montana Groom of Convenience 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
An inspiring and uplifting story, filled with encouraging lessons of life and faith in God. I adore Linda Ford's stories because they have such strong elements of faith and convincing, enticing romance, and tight communities that pull together and take care of each other. With Montana Groom of Convenience, the time frame is just perfect, how Carly Morrison and Sawyer Gallagher get to know each other while their feelings deepen and take root. I loved the talks they had, so sweetly as they often held hands while they shared their deepest thoughts and darkest secrets. The bond between them was real, it came palpable over time, they were a team, in it together, to make the best of it. The positive, inspirational message of faith in God and attitude, a will to not only survive but strive with the hand you are dealt with was something that sat well in my heart. Sawyer, his sister Jill, or Carly hadn't had it easy in life. There was so much loss of the loved ones, the sorrow could have taken over of them. Yet with the help of each other and with Carly's encouragement, Sawyer and Jill start to dare to show their emotions again, feel again, and embrace life, love, family, and home. A captivating and delightful story of love, loss, marriage, and family, with heartfelt messages of faith and life. A mesmerizing addition to the series! ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side