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.
An old title by my favorite romance author Debbie Macomber. These are old hard to find titles. They are very good along with the older titles I have of Diana Palmer.
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.