This book is part of the "Marry Me, Cowboy, Conveniently Wed" series.
Great favorite of mine, enjoy very much, she can be very funny at times
The inspiration behind the Cinderella Ball was simple - come single, leave wed. By midnight, perfect strangers could find themselves married as if by magic. Wynne Sommers needed a husband to secure her inheritance. She got Jake Hondo! He was a mean, moody rancher who needed to get married, at least on paper. Wynne wasn't his idea of a temporary wife. She was a hopeless romantic whereas Jake had his cowboy boots firmly planted in Texas soil. But he couldn't let her marry just anybody. Unfortunately it was only the day after they'd wed that Jake discovered Wynne's inheritance wasn't money or land, but two little boys determined to call him Dad.
Suprisingly good for a sweet little harlequin. Satisfying read that I would recommend if you like strong silent cowboys with a little fairy tale romance to boot.
I have the whole Marry Me Cowboy collection ..... some I even have 2 copys of .... great little love storys that make you wanna move out west and find you a cowboy.