Review (Giveaway): The Marriage Season by Linda Lael Miller


Since Hadleigh, Melody and Bex—the best of best friends—entered into a marriage pact, two of them have found (and married) the men of their hearts. But Bex doesn't think she'll be as fortunate as the others. Her own first love died years ago in a faraway war, and Bex has lost hope for a happy marriage of her own. She concentrates on her business, a successful chain of fitness clubs, instead. 

Then, when single father Tate Calder comes to Mustang Creek with his two sons in tow, who befriend Bex's eight-year-old nephew, she and the handsome, aloof newcomer are constantly thrown together. But is the marriage season over? Or can a man with doubts about love be the right husband for a woman who wants it all?

Review:
Linda Lael Miller always know how to create a wonderful country love story. She knows the right things to say or do throughout her novel that everyone will fall in love with her character. The Marriage Season is the continuous in Marriage Pact series. Bex is the last one of the marriage pact that she is determined to be open-minded to find new love. From watching her two close friends, she definitely know that she is up to a new relationship ever since she lost her true love from Afrg. However, things will be a struggle when she has a lot of things to jug from her sister coming back in town with her son to her new career to the sexy cowboy men. Tate is finally handling his two sons that he knows he can handle anything but comes unexpected when he catches the sexy guru, Bex. Their romance be an challenge but Linda Lael Miller always deliver the perfect heartwarming romance for those two. Reader will enjoy every second of The Marriage Season since Linda Lael Miller has deliver the perfect western romance story from the comedy to warm love to hot drama. Perfect western romance story! Four Stars.


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