Series: The Dalton Boys #3
Page Count: 107 pages
Publisher: Em Petrova (January 20, 2015)
Format: provided by author
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much.
Shelby has pulled up roots—again—and taken her funds from her latest divorce settlement to open a candy shop in Vixen, Texas. She wants better for her son than new men parading through his life because his mom can’t get herself together. The small town is the perfect place to avoid male interest—mainly because there aren’t many available.
When Witt spies the curvaceous new candy shop owner, he suddenly has a sweet tooth. Trouble is, so does every other man in the vicinity, including his brother Kade. Shelby seems to crave male attention, and they flock to her like bees to honey-flavored hardtack, though nothing she says or does seems genuine. Who is she really?
Burning to uncover her mysteries, Witt spends so much time in town that the ranch suffers. Afraid another man will snag her up, Witt sweeps her and her son away.
The Daltons feel like the family she’s never had and the gorgeous cowboy demands entry to her heart, but the fortress she’s built has deep foundations. Will she ever be ready to give her whole self?
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This is the third in the series, but can completely be read as a stand-alone story. Each book in the story of a different brother finding is own love and happy ever after.
Shelby and her young son have moved away to start over and escape her past of disastrous relationships. She’s determined to have a fresh start with her candy shop and ignore the instant draw she has to Witt Dalton the “drool-worth-momma’s-boy-great-with-kids-gorgeous cowboy…”
Witt is tired of searching for a bride until he meets Shelby and is unable to resist the feelings that grow between them.
Em Petrova writes an emotional, loving relationship that grows quickly, but strongly between Shelby and Witt. Although this story isn’t as steamy as some of her other books. I really enjoyed the romance and playfulness between the characters.