The last thing Jason Kruger needed was a city woman and her catalog of love. He ran a lumber camp, not a lonely hearts club. But Amanda Pierce, matchmaker extaordinaire, offered wedded bliss to his crew and made him crave a life he never dreamed he'd desire?
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He ran a lumber camp, not a lonely hearts club. But Amanda Pierce, matchmaker extraordinaire, offered wedded bliss to his crew..and made him crave a life he never dreamed he's desire.
How on earth had Amanda found herself at loggerheads with a high timber man wearing a mountain-size attitude? If Jason Kruger hadn't written requesting a mail-order bride, who had? And if he truly didn't want her in his life, why was he trying so hard not to get rid of her?
Fun, enjoyable and quick read. The first several chapters were the most entertaning. The hero was almost unlikeable at times but just barely managed to stay on my good side. I'll read more of her work.