The Cowboy’s Princess Wife by Mysty McPartland
Release Date: January 30, 2012
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Source: ebook provided by the publisher
Even though she made a promise to her dying grandfather, Carlin only intends to deliver the letter to the Earl and leave. When he refuses to let her go she takes tome to contemplate the situation and being attracted to him decides to give their marriage a chance. Her husband was so annoying at times she re-thinks her situation and once again makes plans to leave.
Surprised at finding to beautiful woman in his parlor Haydon cannot deny the overwhelming attraction he feels towards one of them. He is shocked senseless when he finds out his father has married him to the woman he desires. Bound by duty and honor he can never let her go. However, it doesn’t take him long to become irritated with her and all she fill his house with. What makes him furious though was all the deception.
Can Haydon keep his princess wife safe? Can their love for one another over come all the obstacles?
Review: The Cowboy’s Princess Wife was an ok book.
At first I just couldn’t get into the book. It started out really slow. I had to make myself read a little at a time. About the middle of the book it started getting a really good plot and I started enjoying it.
Carlin is from Scotland and she is a princess. She is so used to having what she wants and people doing what she says. Haydon is an Earl and didn’t want a wife. Put both of their personalities together and you know that tempers are going to be out of control.
In the middle of the book I could really start getting into it. I enjoyed watching the two clash. Started getting a little suspenseful when Carlin’s came because they both wanted to marry her and get her money that their grandfather left her when he died.
I enjoyed watching Carlin and Haydon start working together to keep her safe from her cousins.
I would’ve had a different start to the beginning of the book. It just drags so much. The ending was pretty good. So I can’t say it was the worse book I’ve ever read and I did get some enjoyment out of it.