About The Book:
At first, Olivia passes over the ad incredulously. What kind of man advertises for a wife? But as time goes by and she can't find work, the "job" sounds more interesting. What better way to earn money for acting school? She can be Juliet to this Romeo, can't she? Advertising was not how he had dreamed of finding a wife, but Dr. Neil McCoy is desperate. He dreads to see what kind of woman will answer such an ad. Even if he finds someone acceptable, how can he make this work? When Juliet answers his ad, Neil is pleasantly surprised. But what will happen at the end of the year? Can they walk away from each other, or will they find that God has brought them together for a greater purpose than they'd foreseen?
I've always loved mail-order bride stories. They're just ones I've been drawn too. When I read what this one was about I was excited to read it. It was good for a Heartsong, and an easy read. There's deception in the story with Olivia pretending to be someone she's not while being married to Neil but its still light-hearted and not a sad read. It's easy to fall in love with Neil and his family and friends. I love the small towns in stories where everyone knows everyone.
If you're looking for a sweet, short read, you should check this one out!
Favorite Quote From This Book:
"...and you looked into her beautiful eyes, I felt like you were seeing a new world - one filled with possibilities."