I loved this book. Think Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Well the concept is the same. Two brothers need a wife to take care of them.
This was a great book. Well written and fun to read. Two brothers decided one needs to get married and the loser chooses someone he feels will meet his cooking/cleaning/child bearing needs. But he later realizes that marriage is more difficult because his wife actually has an opinion.
Story about two Western brothers who need someone to take care of them. They come up with the idea of drawing straws to see who has to get married. Of course "the loser" ends up falling in love with his wife. Cute story, a little different.
The McClain brothers decide one of them must marry so their wife can take care of the cooking and cleaning. When Luke draws the short straw, he goes into town looking for a wife. He decides Eleanor would make a nice docile wife and asks her to marry him. Wow, is he in for a surprise!
The McLain brothers were fed up and tired-tired of the hunger in thier cowboy-sized stomachs, tired of dingy curtains and dirty dishes.Tired of worring about who to leave the ranch to when they were gone. Luke could imagine the perfect wife-biddable,tidy and willing-and when he saw Eleanor Williams in church one Sunday, he thought she'd do just fine. But little did he know that the practical Eleanor had A MIND OF HER OWN-and other ideas about marriage.