Married In Montana

  • Title: Married In Montana
  • Author: Kirsten Osbourne
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  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. While seemingly far fetched, the idea was certainly catchy in an old fashioned way, and the wilds of Montana might be just the place for the plan to see fruition So I one clicked to see if a marriage arranged by a matchmaker, where the bride and groom never meet or get a peek at each other before joining each other at the altar to say their vows, could indeed work.From NYC to the desolate ranchlands of Montana, this newly married couple must travel a road with some curves and bumps before finall [...]

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    2. This promised far than it actually delivered A meet first time at the altar marriage, set up by a psychologist who seemed to have a than unhealthy obsession with match making.The premise was interesting I could see plenty of scope for serious conflict and a slow development, but to be honest there was nothing meaty to this story no sense of drama or development of the relationship The writing was far too clunky in places Savannah stood in the middle of the living room looking around He was a m [...]

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    3. I have been a Kristen Osbourne fan for a while, but I was very disappointed in this one This is not at all the same quality of work she normally puts out They went from being Christians and that being an important part of their lives to basically dropping religion altogether and not acting like Christians at all Scott went from being a gentle sweet guy to a bumbling idiot who I was almost sure would be willing to rape his new wife if she didn t give in and have sex with himt we re supposed to se [...]

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    4. Wonderful beginning The author is really good at drawing you into the characters.The last half was ordinary like a lot of other romances The couple gets to know each other, struggle with communication, and get over it.I liked the beginning idea It was different An intuitive matchmaker finds two people she believes will be a good match She requires they marry before they meet They are not to see each other or learn anything about each other before the wedding ceremony.The heroine is Christian an [...]

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    5. I don t write bad reviews Normally, that is I like to rave about books, only ever write reviews when I liked or loved a book In the case I don t like a story, I don t talk about But I have to make something known This is a CHRISTIAN book And I would have liked to know that It should ve been listed at Christian Romance And even as Christian Novel it isn t something to write home about unless home is quite a liberal and feminist place and you need a good rant.You don t have to take this as face va [...]

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    6. The author puts a lovely twist from times long ago with a Modern day Mail order Bride what a way to start a series Two people wanting the same things but finding it seems to be an issue If you love mail order brides you are going to love this modern day one with all the twist and turns of getting to know and living with someone you have never met.For Savannah the men she dates only want one thing She is saving herself for marriage as she finds it is hard to find a man who wants a relationship Sh [...]

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    7. I got this book for free on Kindle I enjoy the mail order bride trope and I was excited to read a modern day version of one.The main guy and girl get matched through a matchmaking service and meet for the first time on their wedding day.The writing was fine, nothing standing out as great, but not noticeably bad either.Something interesting at first I thought it was a Christian romance I ve read a few at first and they always build up to the kiss and really nothing past that And it s interesting [...]

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    8. Cute, light reading The cover illustration is beautiful and perfect for the story

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    9. WHAT IT S ABOUTSavannah is tired of the dating scene, even though she wants to get married and have a family She knows her mother will never move on with her own life as long as Savannah is single Savannah goes to see a matchmaker, specializing in setting up couples who meet at the altar At first, she thinks Scott is a dream come true, but his blundering soon makes her crazy.Scott, a Montana bison rancher, doesn t have time to find a wife His work is all encompassing Besides, he tends to have a [...]

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    10. I just loved this modern day twist on the mail order bride It was so much fun watching Savannah and Scott try to carve out their life especially when their first date was at the altar This story takes us from New York to Montana where two people who have never met must carve out their new lives as husband and wife.Scott and Savannah were a great couple even though there were certainly some bumps in the road to them finding their way to happiness Savannah has a bit of a temper and has no issues c [...]

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    11. Sweet story with great characters and a unique plot Now at times I wanted to shake the hero He was really clueless in the romance department Happy reading

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    12. Love the Matchrimony reference to older ways of mail order brides Savannah is a teacher in New York that is tired of the dating scene She just wants a committed relationship and family Scott lives in Montana on a bison ranch He s also tired of the dating scene and wants to settle down and raise a family When a former classmate starts a new Matchrimony business where couples marry at first sight, at the alter they are her first couple An incredible older style story worked into the now An enjoyab [...]

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    13. Chosen for each otherand they had never met until she was walking down the aisle to him What a twist on mail order brides This author has put an unexpected addition to the idea of marrying, that of a psychologist matching two people together based on their extensive interviews with her and her almost psychic ability to know if they re going to be happy together.Can a bison rancher who lived all his life in Montana have a happy ever after with a New York City gal You betcha

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    14. This is a unique storyline, which makes for stiff and formal conversations Mail order bride and mail order husband meet at the alter Scott is a complete idiot where women are concerned Savannah is shy and reserved with Scott The way they talk to the other while getting to know each other is formal enough to sometimes read awkwardly In real life I don t see them making the marriage work, but it s sweet and romantic the way they try It s definitely a worthy read.I received a complimentary copy of [...]

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    15. Cute, sweet contemporary romanceOnce you can suspend belief that a modern day couple would agree to an arranged marriage and meet for the first time at the alter, the story moves along nicely Scott and Savannah both need to learn compromise to blend two very different life styles into building a strong marriage While story is set on a ranch in Montana, it is not a real horsey western.

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    16. I really enjoyed this mail order bride story Some parts were so hilarious that I had to get all my laughing out before I could continue on reading Scott is a good man, he just has a few old concepts based on what he thought he knew Savannah is perfect for him because she talks to him about their disagreements, eventually, but she s patient with him as he stumbles along the way to building a relationship with her Jesse the doctor are hilarious which adds even character to this story.

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    17. loved it and I am not a contemporary reader I love Historical Novels in the1800 s and do not ask me why as I do not know I just do and love that era But this is a darling story not a typical by any means, and very realistic I know as I was in a similar situation when I married my husband and found out he was a man That is all I am sayingad it and see what I mean Enjoy

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    18. A contemporary take on the mail order bride, I m looking forward to reading the rest of this series.

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    19. Very sweet and funny story Savanna was very lucky she got Scott and it looks like their life together will never be boring.

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    20. Loved itI have to say this is by far my favorite by Kirsten Osbourne yet I couldn t put it down Perfect amount of romance and humor Can t wait to read of this series.

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    21. A lovely storyI won t call it a page Turner , but the storyline and characters were good enough to make me want to read to the end Two very different people, who appear to have nothing in common, but a desire to get married for different reasons.

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    22. This is the first book in the At the Altar series, where we first meet Dr Lashele and her great idea of using her almost psychic powers that allows her to know if two people are good for each other to match people with their other half, only for it to work they have to agree to marry without knowing each other This first book is about Savanna and Scott Savanna is a New York girl that it s tired of going on dates with guys only interested in sex and not marriage, and Scott is a Montana cowboy wit [...]

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    23. Maybe I ll like the next book better I was really hoping I would love this book, having connected with the author through a mutual love of the Hallmark Channel But there were just some really nerve wracking things that happened that made it really difficult for me to like the book.Arranged marriages I can sort of understand the angle the author is going for Hopeless cases that are compatible, but unless shoved together in marriage where they have to learn to work things out, would never make it [...]

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    24. What was old is new again The concept of arranged marriages is as old as the history of man Matchmaking evolved naturally throughout the course of time Some seem to have a better understanding of people and human nature than others Technology took it to various ways of online dating and there have been reality tv show about no physical contact until after the I DOs.Dr Lacheal Simpson grew up in a small community but proved herself to have natural matchmaking abilities After getting a professiona [...]

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    25. First reviewed at Keeper BookshelfMarried in Montana is a delightful romance with unusual beginnings.Scott and Savannah have chosen a matchmaker who matches people up with the intention of marriage, sight unseen In fact, the first glimpse each will have of the other is at the altar where they will be tied in holy matrimony.This is a clean Christian romance Sure, there are discrete sex scenes, after all these two people are married, but the main focus of the story is their learning about each oth [...]

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    26. Relationships 101 for those without the time or inclination to do the groundwork Many people have heard or experienced love at first sight Many stories have been written about this phenomenon but this book belongs at the opposite end of the spectrum Dr Lachele Simpson practices relational psychology in the Big Apple She is often frustrated when her patients don t react the way they should when meeting someone new She devises a plan where specially selected and matched personalities marry sight u [...]

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    27. Note I received a complimentary copy for an honest review.Married in Montana is a modern day twist on the mail order bride theme I m finding it hard to rate this book because it s somewhere between a 3 and 4 star review What I liked I liked that the book showed development from the characters to make their marriage work When Savannah would get upset at Scott she would call Dr Simpson for advice This would help her put things in perspective When Scott got upset, he would seek the advice of his fo [...]

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    28. First off let me say that this is a Christin book which I did not remember anything about in the summery when I requested it from Netgalley, no worries That being said it is a good story that starts off with you scratching your head like his best friend and her mother Scott is a bison rancher in Montana and does not have time to date, so he hires a local friend who is a match maker to help find him a wife Savannah wants to be a wife and someday a mother, but also wants to get from under her moth [...]

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    29. I liked this story of a modern day mail order bride than I thought I would The premise is a little odd Savannah wants to get married and not just be a date with benefits Scott wants a ranch wife and he s dated just about every available girl in his town and there weren t that many anyway, so they both decide to try a matchmaker type service But the twist is that they can t meet or talk to each other until the ceremony they barely know the name of the person they re marrying.Savannah s mother th [...]

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    30. Freebie The premise of this was kind of interesting if far fetched married at the alter, sight unseen and matched by a psychologist Actually, I think there is a reality TV show kind of like this There wasn t anything per se wrong with the book, it just was not the best fit for me The hero s really antiquated views on a woman s place made me uncomfortable It seemed to border on controlling too I get that some men and women both agree that the woman stays home with the kids Shoot, I left a career [...]

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