FRONTIER MATCHMAKER BRIDE
The lawman meets his match
Successful Seattle matchmaker Beth Wallin has her most challenging assignment yet -- find Deputy Hart McCormick a bride. Beth's still smarting after the handsome lawman spurned her affections a year ago. But if she finds Hart a wife, Beth will gain favor with the city's most influential women...and perhaps free her own heart, as well.
Marriage is the last thing on the deputy's mind. After tragically losing his sweetheart, he vowed never to love again. But as sweet, spunky Beth introduces him to potential fiancees, Hart finally feels a spark...for her! The stubborn bachelor will be Beth's first matchmaking miss, unless they can both admit that she ust might be his perfect match.
Frontier Bachelors: bold, rugged -- and bound to be grooms
Love it when a matchmaker gets caught in a web of her own making! And Beth is a force to be reckoned with but she's so vibrant and sweet and cheerful it's hard for Hart to hold a grudge. Or even dissuade her. He's held a certain regard for the feisty matchmaker since her audacious declaration months ago. His unkind rebuff was meant to spurn...and protect...Beth. And while he still feels confirmed bachelorhood is the decent thing to do, Beth has stirred foreign longings that are proving hard to fight.
In addition to all the fun and sniping this deputy and his matchmaker bring to the story, there's a suspense plot that stirs everything up into an exciting frenzy. And Scott has dedicated some satisfying page time to the heroes and heroines of previous books in the series. Namely Beth's brothers -- all happily married but still trying to run her life anyway. So much fun! Each book reads well as a standalone but this is a great series that you'll want to catch up with if you enjoy historical romance with sass and humour and a hard-won happily ever after.
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