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    Married in Montana

    Jane, you would do well to buy tissue stock. I ran for tissues a lot, happy and sad. This is a real story plot in 1890. Ellie lives on a ranch and took care of her father, Archibald, who is dying from cancer. He wants Ellie to marry. Thomas Sheenan is Irish to pick up some bought sheep. Major Spoiler! She doesn't like him as he doesn't want to ever marry. They finally decide to marry and Archibald passed away. Ellie locks herself in her bedroom and comes out when no one is up for three months until Thomas ends her hiding. Spoiler. She ran the ranch with her dad but now she is the mistress of the house! She can throw some good tantrums! He forbids her to come on the drive of cattle to the top of the mountain. She is mad and follows them . Major Spoiler! You really have to read this to the end. I liked this book. I am always ready to grab a Tule story! They are awesome ! Enjoy reading this story.
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    Historical Romance

    Married in Montana by Jane Porter A Paradise Valley Ranch Romance #2 Ellie Barnett’s father is dying and there is impetus for her to marry before he is gone. She is in her early 20’s, spoiled, headstrong and a daddy’s girl. She wants to run the ranch and is looking for a yes-ma’am husband. The man her father indicates is big, strong, handsome, Irish, not interested in marriage or feelings AND everything that Ellie has said she doesn’t want in a husband. An inconvenient marriage of convenience is begun but then Ellie goes into a funk for several months starting the day after her father dies. Thomas, having suffered much family loss, is sympathetic…for longer than I would have been before he makes moves to get Ellie back into the land of the living. Ellie made me think of a light that burned bright, was switched off, sputtered a bit when it was flicked on due to incompletely being screwed in place then managed to be properly seated and burst back on again. I had moments half way through the book that I thought about giving up on Ellie because she was wimping out and had wanted a husband to run the ranch then didn’t BUT in the end the story came right. I kind of wondered how Thomas managed to be as tolerant as he was for those months Ellie’s light was off but…again…all’s well that ends well. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 2-3 Stars
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    A Marriage of Convenience

    A marriage of convenience that leads to so much more, even though Elle and Thomas don't want to admit at first. Elle is in need of a husband, fast, her father is dying and needs someone to help manage the ranch. Thomas has arrived for Ireland years back to make it rich, this will be perfect for him. Elle and Thomas are both bullheaded, that it is comical at times. Neither want to admit that they have fallen in love with each other. Loved, loved this book!! Great characters that I fell in love with. Elle is so strong willed, use to getting her way, " daddy's little girl". Thomas, lost so much in his life, he is not about ready to give up on this ranch. My favorite part was the combing of Elle's hair, brought tears to my eyes. Jane Porter knows how to transport you into a different time period with her storytelling. I highly recommend this book.
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    Marriage of Convenience

    I loved, loved, loved Jane Porter’s historical story, Married in Montana, the second book in the Paradise Valley Ranch series which will give those readers who love the Marietta, Montana stories a glimpse at the town’s founding families. This is Ellie Burnett and Thomas Sheenan’s story, the patriarchs of those Sheenan brothers Jane Porter writes so well about. This story has its sad parts, grieving the death of family members that affects both Ellie and Thomas, but then the happy, loving parts gave this reader hope for these two. I especially enjoyed learning the origin of the Sheenan name as my family name was another of those altered one when my relatives arrived at Ellis Island. I really enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down, reading it in one day. Ms. Porter is a wonderful story teller, always drawing me into her books, and making me forget the world around me. I highly recommend this book to other readers and I really look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    marriage of convenience

    A marriage of convenience: she needs to protect her wealth and independence, her father trusts him to run the ranch and care for his daughter. Love was never part of the agreement. After a period of grief, Thomas forces his wife back to the tasks of living; she fights him every step of the way. The tension is thick; slowly but surely they find a burning passion, but is it enough? One must give in and confess feelings to help the marriage along or risk losing all. Which one is willing to risk a heart to fight for forever? A wonderful, impassioned read I recommend!
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