Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers Book 1)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Award-winning western romance trilogy

Wyoming Wildflowers

Dave Currick was all Matty wanted, right up until he broke her heart six years ago. Now that she’s returned to Wyoming, what she wants is to save her family ranch. Even if that means swallowing her pride and asking Dave to marry her. Doing what’s best for Matty is second nature for Dave. Even when it means marrying her in name only. More

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About Patricia McLinn

Patricia is the author of 25 published novels, past president of international writers group Novelists, Inc., and instigator of www.AWritersWork.com, where published authors sell e-books directly to readers.

Her books -- cited by reviewers for vivid characterization – have topped best-seller lists and won awards. She has spoken about writing from Honolulu to Washington, D.C., including being a guest-speaker at the Smithsonian Institute.

Patricia received BA and MSJ degrees from Northwestern University. She was a sports writer (Rockford, Ill.), assistant sports editor (Charlotte, N.C.) and -- for 20-plus years -- an editor at the Washington Post. Now writing full-time, Patricia lives in Northern Kentucky.

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Reviews

Review by: hrhsophia on Jan. 23, 2014 :
A very enjoyable read, loved the chemistry between these two.
(review of free book)

Review by: Natt little on Sep. 02, 2013 :
Really enjoyed it!
(review of free book)

Review by: asjahstrina on May 08, 2013 :
Very lovely tale of enduring love
(review of free book)

Review by: Narlen & Eveline Evans on July 11, 2012 :
A little too graphic sexually for my taste but great story line.
(review of free book)

Review by: Gerald M. Weinberg on April 13, 2011 :
One of the (many) reasons I like reviewing romance novels is that I don't have to worry about spoiling the ending. We all know what the ending will be—must be or it wouldn't be a romance. Indeed, we know that Almost a Bride will end with impulsive Matty Brennan marrying steady Dave Currick. In fact, I knew that after reading the first 35 words—and I knew, to boot, that Matty would wind up saving her beloved Flying W Ranch.

Right now, I have to say I loved the story, lest my opening paragraph loses readers. That paragraph is true, but it might make Patricia McLinn's novel sound ... But, no, anything but that. You see, what counts in a romance is the journey, not the destination. And what a journey this was, with surprising twists and turns in every chapter!

I love twists—which is fortunate, because Almost a Bride almost turned me into a Bavarian pretzel. To begin with, Matty and Dave get married to begin with—in Chapter 2, three days after meeting for the first time in six years.

Well, that's not exactly true—it's a half twist. Dave marries Mattie, but Mattie isn't really married to Dave. She won't really marry him because he loves her too much?

So maybe Dave needs a knock on the head so he won't love Mattie excessively. There's nothing sure in Almost a Bride until almost the end. You never know.

But in the end, she might marry her husband for real. Her husband? You know, that guy she has the irresistible hots for.

There's much more to tell about this wonderful, wacky, sexy couple, but I'm not giving any more away. I will tell you that on every other page, these two lovable people put each other through the romance wringer and turn the crank. So, if you love to laugh; love to cry; or love to laugh and cry at the same time, then you'll definitely want to read Almost a Bride.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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