Arranged marriages, in a word, are so OLD-FASHION (mom and dad, I BEG of you, don’t get any ideas). Well, at least I thought so. I know who’d disagree with me; Elizabeth’s and Ryan’s parents. They thought it was the only way their adult children would find love and happiness.
Ryan and Elizabeth didn’t agree. They kicked, screamed and argued. When they heard they’d both lose their jobs working for their parents’ companies and be disowned, that quieted their protest. QUICK! The arrangement went something like this; they were to get married at the courthouse, and right after they would be flown off to Alaska, where they’d stay for four months at Mr. and Mrs. Valentine’s vacation cabin.
During that time they were cut off from society, their only means of communicating with the outside world was through letters which were collected every month. Talk about isolation, however, with a good friend I could so do this. Ryan and Elizabeth weren’t friends, they carried bad blood from their high school days. You wait until you find out the reason or dare I say persons who added the fuel to the fire.
Living together proved challenging and to be honest I thought someone would return home suffering from bodily harm. All that bickering. I wanted this to work as much as their parents. Sighzzzz, I was rooting for them throughout the read. Go Elizabeth and Ryan! Jeez, just fall in love already.
I fell in love with this book and perhaps the rest of Ms. Nordin’s work. I enjoyed reading this story, couldn’t get enough of it at one point. I’d recommend it to anyone.
Wrap yourself in a blanket and cuddle up to this good book. Happy reading!
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