Book Review-The Shocking Bride and the Solitary Rancher-Evelyn Boyett | Miki's Hope

Book Review-The Shocking Bride and the Solitary Rancher-Evelyn Boyett

Thursday, January 21, 2021



This clean western romance will grip you as Irene attempts to go from wife to widow in less then a year--and finds herself pregnant! She knows her child will need a father so accepts an offer to move far from everything she knows in New York to Utah as a mail order bride. She left out one little item in the letters to the man she was going to marry--she was pregnant!

She arrives in Utah and she and Lincoln marry immediately. He is in shock that she is going to have a child--but he is kind of desperate. If he doesn't marry and have heirs he will lose his ranch!

Lots goes on as these two form a family! Many problems arise-As unlikely as it may seem they form an attachment which does ultimately turn into love!

Will they be able to overcome the trouble Lincoln's family member is causing? Will they be able to stay on the ranch or will they be homeless? Read this book to find out. I think you will enjoy it!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

There’s no place like home. Unless it’s stolen right out from underneath you.

Irene’s life is going pretty well. She’s married, expecting a baby, and fairly happy. Then, tragedy strikes, and now she’s on her own. She is forced to become a mail-order bride. She has no other choice. But can she really trust her life and her child to a man she’s never met?

Lincoln longs for a wife and family. Finally, he decides to get a mail-order bride. Everyone says that it’s easy, and that people are truthful in their ads. Well, his future wife might have been truthful, but she left out the small fact that she was expecting another man’s child. Lincoln doesn’t know if he can accept the baby as his own.

But when someone tries to steal his farm, Lincoln and Irene have bigger problems than the paternity of the child. Someone Lincoln trusts is making a land grab, and he has to stop it. But it’s not as easy as it seems. And soon, Lincoln is facing his worst-case scenario.

Will Lincoln and Irene be able to work together and save their ranch? Or will their differences tear their brand-new family apart and leave them without a place to call home?

If you like fast-paced clean romance and action-packed stories, you won't be able to put down this addictive Novel by Evelyn Boyett.

"The Shocking Bride And The Solitary Rancher" is a stand-alone Western Historical Romance Novel of approximately 500 pages.



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About the Author: (from Amazon)



Evelyn Boyett grew up on a farm outside Topeka, Kansas. Evelyn spent most of her youth climbing trees, riding horses, swimming and fishing in her daddy's pond.

When Evelyn wasn't reveling in the great outdoors she enjoyed watching Black Spurs and Gunfight at Comanche Creek at her grandmother's house.

Evelyn married her childhood sweetheart Spencer Boyett right out of high school. After majoring in English Lit at the University of Chicago, Evelyn came back home to Kansas and had two adorable children.

Evelyn enjoys sitting in a lawn chair with a glass of peach tea, penning her latest novel while her boys play rousing games of Cowboys and Indians.

She currently lives outside of Lenexa, Kansas and still enjoys watching old Deforest Kelley films in her spare time.

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4 comments :

Lauryn R said...

What a thrilling Western Romance! This definitely sounds like an exciting read. Thanks for sharing!

teffers8464 said...

Thanks for the review!

tat2gurlzrock said...

Sounds like a great western romance. You don't really see many of those!

megana said...

This sounds like a book for me!! Thanks for recommending!

 
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