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    I LOVED THIS STORY!

    I remember getting an epub copy of the first book in Vanessa Vale’s Bridgewater Brides series through some sort of giveaway and it sat on my kindle for a while before I got around to reading it. Admittedly, I have close to 4000 books on my Kindle and have probably read about 25% of them. I might have a book-buying problem. Tiny one. Anyway. I found the story thoroughly entertaining and read it in an evening. So started me down that winding path to Bridgewater, Montana, where I continued to read these stories. Admittedly, I prefer period westerns to contemporary stories (I’ve read those too!), so I was excited to find out that Ms. Vale had opened her world to other authors. Which brings me Raisa Greywood’s contribution in Their Wanted Bride. Hold onto my crackers and cheese for a moment while I get way too exuberant because I LOVED THIS STORY!!! Seriously, if you’re new to Raisa Greywood, then you should know that she has this amazing ability to take a trope and turn it on its head, giving you exactly what you didn’t know you wanted in a story and more. Everything about it was pure entertainment. Maddy was as sensible as she was sassy; Caleb and Justin were a happy combination of hot husbands and in awe of the woman who agreed to become their wife. There are so many details in the story that took this story up so many notches but to mention them will give away spoilers, so you just have to read the book. It’s good. Really, really good.
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    Somewhat Different but Good!

    It took me the first couple of chapters to get into the story: the “general atmosphere” (probably because of the different vocabulary) was different as this is from a different author, not Vanessa Vale, but I was eventually entangled in the plot and enjoyed the read. The female character was strong willed and very independent, the male characters didn’t seem as strong as they usually are in the Bridgewater World. To me, this gave this story a bit more “comic relief”, a bit more “lightness”. As mentioned above, I enjoyed the read! Well done! I’m looking forward to reading the other books in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Smexy ménage

    Raisa Greywood's Bridgewater Bride's World book, Their Wanted Bride was a nice relaxing read with some smexy ménage thrown in. What I loved about this story was that Maddy wasn't the poor put upon heroine who needed the heroes to rescue her. Yes, she did run away to become their mail order bride, but she had her own money and could take care of herself. The fact that Justin and Caleb could accept that and use her money in ways that were needed and didn't get bent out of shape about it really appealed to me. The smexy scenes were oo-la-la good and I could re-read those on any a cold night. I did feel that this book made you suspend your beliefs on a few issues (I won't say specifically what since they could be spoilers), but it's fiction and when else can you completely suspend belief. Overall, I really liked it and will be checking out some of Raisa's other works. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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