MONTANA BRIDE
by Barbara Clark

January 2006
ISBN: 1-59279-476-9
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Megan OíConnor had her hands full being owner of the Silvertip Ranch and legal guardian of her brotherís children. Her wealthy father was not helping. He wanted her home with him and tried to force her by sabotaging Meganís efforts. When opportunity knocked in the form of Travis Knight, Megan tentatively accepted the offer.


Travis needed the job at Silvertip Ranch. His aunt was in danger of losing her own farm. Taking an outside job would provide the funds necessary to prevent it from happening. He figured since the Silvertip was owned by a wealthy OíConnor that it would be the perfect place to start. The scene he interrupted upon his arrival reassured him it was where he was supposed to be.


Megan took exception to Travisí aggressive manner. After all, the other aggressive male in her life was making getting by very difficult. Her father had her funds tied up in hopes it would force Megan into leaving the ranch and returning to the life he had planned for her. Meganís feelings about Travis took a turn for the better when his presence proved to be vital once Burke OíConnorís tactics turned legal. With guardianship on the line Megan had little choice but to agree to a marriage of convenience to Travis Knight.


Will Travisí past experiences blind him to seeing Megan as the right woman for him? Will Megan realize relinquishing control does not mean losing her individuality?


Montana Bride by Barbara Clark is an enjoyable, quick read that is impressively researched and well written. It is a worthy follow-up to Rainbow Valley. This stand-alone novel is a recommended read and a treat for fans of the ranch-theme contemporary romance.


Reviewed in May 2006 by Rho.

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