Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Wildflower Bride in dry creek by Janet Tronstad (Dry Creek #21)

Marry a secure businessman, or become a bunkhouse cook for twenty hungry cowboys on a cattle ranch? When Angelina Brighton chooses the ranch, she runs from the wedding her billionaire father arranged. Angelina won't marry a man she doesn't love. Then along comes former special ops soldier Tyler Stone, barreling into Dry Creek to bring her back home. Or so she thinks.But Big Sky country is full of surprises for everyone—especially for a faithful gal and rugged cowboy who discover what home really means

My review: Wildflower Bride in dry creek by Janet Tronstad (Dry Creek #21)


I laughed a lot in this story. The characters are good people. The plot was funny.
Angelina Brighton came to Dry Creek to plan a memorial for Tyler who died as a special Ops. Or so she told his family. He was actually MIA but a mixed up happened.

Tyler had lost contact with his family. He has no idea what has been happening in their lives lately. Tyler knows their can not be a future between them.

Angelina is a heiress. Tyler is a year older and was hired as a bodyguard who could fit into high school. They were close. Tyler saved her life. She has a crush on him and thought if she came here and have a memorial she could get over him.

This is a clean uplifting story. I have read a few books in the series and have like them. Does talk a lot about scriptures, prayers and church.

I bought this ebook on Amazon.

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