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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Spur of The Moment Bride

By Award-Winning Author Heiress Abby Hollister’s Papa demands she stop toying with young men’s hearts and marry within a month or be disinherited. After reading an ad for a mail-order bride in untamed Laramie, Wyoming, Abby makes a list of characteristics she expects for her husband and sets off to claim the perfect mate and secure her personal fortune. Stagecoach driver, Zach Tyler likes his exciting job, where he outsmarts robbers and Indians and keeps the stage running regardless of weather, breakdowns, and ornery passengers. But passenger Abby Hollister proves to be an unusual challenge. He protects her on the journey to Laramie, but in that town women are as scarce as a bird’s nest in a cuckoo clock, and men go crazy when the beauty arrives seeking a husband.

Spur of The Moment Bride (Western Romance)
By Anne Greene
Winged Publications
ISBN #978-1544638843
Price $5.74 (Paperback)
Price $2.99 (Kindle)
102 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

The author sent me a copy of the book for an honest review. Abby Hollister’s dad gives her an ultimatum – marry within thirty days or be kicked out of the house and lose her inheritance. Trouble is, there are no suitors locally that interest her. So she devises a scheme after reading the Cheyenne, Wyoming paper. A gentleman in Laramie is seeking a mail order bride. This might be her ticket to finding her perfect man: poor, ugly, kind, older, and not know that she has a rich dowry. She doesn’t have to accept the proposal, but can look around for the ideal man. Unfortunately, what she doesn’t know is that Laramie, Wyoming is an untamed territory, and it only has a few women and lots of single men ready to kill for a pretty bride. Catching a ride on the Cheyenne to Laramie stagecoach, the driver, Zack Tyler decides it’s his duty to protect the girl during the long trip, and there are some suspicious gents riding with the lady. He also understands what will be waiting for her in Laramie, and is afraid his protection won’t end there.

This was such a fun story. The reader just knew the story wasn’t going to end good for Abby or Zack. But at the last minute Abby seeks guidance from above, then make a decision that will solve their problems and save Zack from a gunslinger’s bullets. Highly recommended. 

Ginger Johnson


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