Review: Brodie’s Bride by Amie Louellen

Brodie’s Bride by Amie Louellen
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Release Date: June 2, 2011
Pages: 250
Source: ebook provided by publisher

Waking up next to a beautiful golden-haired stranger isn’t the worst thing that has ever happened to Brodie Harper, but staying in a fake marriage in order to gain a new construction contract could very well be.

Savanna Morgan just wanted a way out of an engagement to a man she didn’t love. Marrying Brodie seemed liked the perfect answer at the time. Less perfect the next morning when she finds herself disowned by her father and flat broke. Now she must make it through the weekend. Monday they can get it all annulled and forget it ever happened.

The real problem may be keeping their hands off each other until then.


Review:  What a wonderful story from start to finish. I loved every minute and couldn’t wait to find out the next adventure Brodie and his “Sunshine” Savanna got into. Lots of romance, some laughter and the feeling of friendship and family throughout. As upstanding as Brodie was I was surprised that he would enter into a marriage that he couldn’t even remember taking place. It was fun to see how his and Savanna’s lust grew to be love even though they fought it at every turn. Throw in a few meddlers and it made the story a little more interesting. I haven’t read any other books by Amie Louellen but you can be sure I will in the future.

Favorite Quote: “Brodie is a family man,” Savanna said. “Maybe not in the way you’re thinking. So he doesn’t have a wife or three kids he’s trying to raise. But he’s got a grandmother that’s a pistol.”… “He’s got an aunt he looks after. Did you know he dropped out of school just to care for them after his grandfather died? Of course not. It’s something Brodie’s not very proud of. But you know what. I am. I’m proud of him. And I’m proud that even for a brief time I got to call him my husband.”

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