Rule #1 of becoming a mail order bride: never fall in love with your cowboy groom.
She was the prom queen. I was the dork everyone made fun of. One moment of kindness from her changed everything for me.
Years later when I’m in need of a wife, I hear she’s in a desperate situation. I’ve never forgotten her kindness and now it’s my turn to repay a debt.
But the fake marriage between us isn’t supposed to lead to real feelings. It certainly isn’t supposed to spark this protective desire I feel toward her or her young son.
Appearances can be deceiving. Being beautiful when I was younger was an advantage. Until my father married me off to a cruel rancher who kept me under lock and key.
Now I’m a widow but getting away from the farm was an act of survival. I’m trying to figure out what to do while I’m seven months pregnant and have a young son. The only thing I’ve ever been is a cowboy’s wife.
With my funds and my hope dwindling, I apply for one of those little ads to be another man’s wife. A temporary marriage just until I can get on my feet will be enough.
But Cade isn’t what I expected. The man is kind. He’s good to my son and he spoils me. Too bad I’ve already been down this road before. I know what happens when you fall in love with a cowboy.
If you want a pregnant widow romance with a gentle cowboy who’s determined to win the heart of this hurting woman, then it’s time to meet Cade in The Cowboy’s Sweetheart.