Wed by Fortune by Judy Duarte (The Fortunes of Texas: All Fortune's Children #6)
You are cordially invited to witness the courtship of Graham Fortune Robinson & Sasha-Marie Gibault Smith
Graham has always thought of Sasha as his "little sister."
Sasha has always considered the rugged rancher out of her league.
Now that Sasha is all grown up, there is nothing keeping them apart… Except she has a daughter. An ex-husband. And a very noticeable baby bump. And the always proper Graham suddenly finds himself thinking very sexy thoughts about the sweet single mom!
Perhaps Fortune is finally smiling on Graham—in the form of the true love this rich, unencumbered cowboy has always longed for!
Series: The Fortunes of Texas: All Fortune's Children (Book 2479)
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (May 24, 2016)
My review: Wed by Fortune by Judy Duarte (The Fortunes of Texas: All Fortune's Children #6)
Sweet romance, love the characters, wish the story could have been longer and we got to see more of the different characters.
If you have been reading this series you have to get this one book has a lot of answers that you have been waiting for. Now I have only read a few of the series but I wish I had the time to read them all and in row. I feel that it would have been even better.
Graham Fortune Robinson is helping his good friend's father build a ranch for troubled teens. His friend did not survive his bad choices. Graham could have lived the easy life with rich father but that was not his choice. He is good with children.
Sasha has come to stay with her Uncle Roger after her marriage ended. She is seven months pregnant and has a cute little girl Maddie too. Sasha had a crush on Graham when she was a teenager. She stills likes him.
The setting is a ranch in Texas. They are getting ready to open a boys ranch.
I liked that they are making a difference in the teens lives. I would have liked to see more of the teens.
There is drama, cute kid, one love scene at the end of the book.
I was given this ARC to read by NetGalley and Harlequin and in return I agree to give a honest review of Wed by Fortune.