Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Sarah Livingston is a 25 year old spoiled rich girl. She has long dreamed of marriage but no suitor has met the approval of her father. He considered them all fortune hunters. She left home several times only to be found and returned. This time she ends up on a ranch in Wyoming. Walker McKay was jilted once and wants nothing more to do with women. After a run in with a rogue bull he determines he needs an heir. He ordered a mail order bride named Lucy Mallory. She was advertised as proficient in housekeeping and cooking. Sarah pretends to be MS. Mallory. Soon Sarah and Walker fall in love but will he love her once he finds out she has deceived him? Will her father find her and have the marriage annulled?
This is a delightful read filled with humor and love. There is a strong Christian moral embedded I the plot. The reader will laugh at Sarah’s antics, from feeding the chicken moonshine mash to her forever moving Adams chair. It was easy to relate to the characters. All in all a great read!