{Review} It’s a Wonderful Wife by Janet Chapman

{Review} It’s a Wonderful Wife by Janet ChapmanIt's a Wonderful Wife by Janet Chapman
Series: Sinclair Brothers #3
Published by Jove on August 25th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Small Town Romance
Character(s): Businessmen/Lawyers/Entrepreneurs
Pages: 336
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From the New York Times bestselling author of the Spellbound Falls novels comes a delightful new romance set on the coast of Maine…

Jesse Sinclair and his two brothers spent years dodging the women his grandfather threw in their path. But then the matchmaking old wolf died, and his brothers did the unthinkable: they ran off to Maine to get married.

Now Jesse wants to join them. Convinced the Pine Tree State must have another eligible woman to spare, he buys a small island just off Bear Harbor to build a home for his future family. But as he discovers, finding the woman of your dreams isn’t as easy as his brothers made it seem. First of all, the only woman capable of filling those wedding shoes is Cadi Glace—and unfortunately, she’s already engaged…

So imagine Jesse’s surprise when he finds the aforementioned Miss Glace hiding out in his camper, charmingly, adorably drunk. And apparently single….

This book sounded like it was going to be so cute, and parts of it were. I liked Jesse and though I thought his approach was unrealistic, I thought he was sexy and sweet. Cadi was okay, and so was this story. It definitely could have been condensed down to a novella. If you like small town romances, you might want to check out It’s a Wonderful Wife. You’ll probably like it more than I did.

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Overall: 2

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