She went to bed a single mom of triplets...
And woke up married!
Blame it on the spiked punch, or on the legend of Wedlock Creek Wedding Chapel. But Norah Ingalls is now Detective Reed Barelli's wife.
The lawman certainly didn't intend to marry the gorgeous mom of three infant babies; an instant family wasn't in his plans. Yet just walking away was unimaginable.
In this brand-new The Wyoming Multiples romance, marriage is just the beginning...
A wonderfully encouraging, fun and entertaining, adorable and ardent story about a marriage of accident while trying to tackle life, love, and multiple children.
This story had me smiling big throughout it while reading, it has such a positive, heartening, supportive, hopeful tune and atmosphere. It is all about how it takes a village to raise a child, not to mention multiples, and it shows by example how we, as women and people in general, should build up each other, support, and offer a helping hand when needed.
Norah Ingalls and Reed Barelli have both been disappointed in love, and not looking for a relationship, not to mention to get married. But things happen with a spiked punch, and they have to figure out what they want in life to deal with the consequences.
Norah is such a survival, strong, tough, capable woman. She is not perfect, she does feel at times overwhelmed, who wouldn't with three seven-month-old babies, but she is doing it, she is doing it well, with the help of family and friends.
Reed is a dream man, even with his apprehension towards romance and love. He has a strong sense of responsibility, he is protective, kind, loves babies, and is not afraid of a dirty diaper.
The sizzling connection between Norah and Reed, the palpable attraction, the obvious feelings they have for each other, and how they try to avoid them and deny them while on the bumpy road to the acceptance and embracing the feels, the desires, the dreams of the future is heartfelt while enjoyable, enticing, and so alluring... A true feel-good story that made me smile and gave me all those warm and fuzzy feels inside.
A perfect summer reading material, for sure!
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side