Caroline Myers is depressed after being left at the alter by her fiance. So her matchmaking aunts decide to secretly answer an ad for a mail-order bride on her behalf. A few short weeks later, her aunts decide to send her on a "vacation" to Alaska, where she will meet her "guide", Paul Trevor. Not knowing what she is getting into and drinking a thermos of her aunt's home-brewed "tea", Caroline soon finds herself very drunk and very married to Paul.
Cute story, if unbelievable premise. My rating: 3.5 Stars.
GOOD BOOK. TAKES PLACE IN ALASKA.A YOUNG WOMAN GETS TRICKED INTO MARRIAGE BY HER AUNTS.
Caroline Myers had been 18 when she'd discovered how potent her great-grandfather's recipe for "tea" was. So, when her 2 maiden aunts suggested a vacation to Alaska, Caroline was certain they'd overindulged in the family brew. Why go not - especially after she'd just been jilted by her erstwhile fiance'?
But Caroline didn't know that her well-meaning relatives had cooked up a scheme - they'd decided that becoming a mail-order bride for rugged Alaskan Paul Trevor would be perfect for Caroline. Unfortunately they failed to tell Caroline.