Engaging Brooke

by Dara Girard

(The Browards of Montana)
Although she is more interested in her art than ranching, Brooke Palmer still doesn’t want her family’s land to fall into the wrong hands after the recent death of her father. She thought that she and her sister, Meredith, would inherit the ranch, but her father’s will stipulates that both be married before they can do so. With Meredith already married, living on the East Coast and wanting nothing to do with the land, that leaves Brooke to come up with a solution to save her family’s property. And she has thirty days to do so.

Jameson Broward agrees to Brooke’s business proposal of a fake marriage to help rescue her land from outsiders bent on taking over in Granger, Montana. Being the oldest and serious of his siblings, he understands the importance of maintaining a family legacy. Through their alliance Jameson begins to see Brooke, not just as the little sister of the woman he almost married (for real), but as a determined woman.

Dara Girard’s books are always a hit or miss for me as she tends to wrap up her stories a little too quickly sometimes. I felt the same about this one, but because this is the second book of three in the series, at least I know the mystery of who is buying all the land in Granger and why will be answered in the next installment.


I received a complimentary copy of this e-book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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