Last Year's Bride - Anne McAllister

Last Year's Bride

By Anne McAllister

  • Release Date: 2014-06-08
  • Genre: Contemporary
Last Year's Bride book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 72 Ratings)

Last Year's Bride Anne McAllister Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

It’s for the ranch. It’s your duty. A man does his duty, always. His father Sam’s words were carved into Cole McCullough’s brain. His responsibilities lay with Rafter M Arrow, which had been in their family for over a hundred years. Even though they were fighting a losing battle to keep the place going. 

The ranch always came first, over personal comfort, sometimes reason and definitely women. Sam had seen both his wives walk away, dismissing them as hot-house city girls who couldn’t survive the wilds of rural Montana. So how had Cole ended up making a spur-of-the-moment marriage last year in Reno to TV director Nell, who was as city as they came? Nell was prepared to give it all up to be with Cole. But he knew how it would end: as it had always ended before. It was time to stop living a pipe dream and sue for divorce. 

But then Nell came back to Marietta with The Compatibility Game, a reality program, in which couples discovered what they were willing to do for love by living and working at Rafter M, and Cole found himself taking part too…

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User reviews about this book

  • Sweet Romance

    By BookSnuggle
    "Last Year's Bride" by Anne McAllister is book eight in the "Montana Born Brides" series. This is Cole McCullogh and Nell Corbett's story. Nell and Cole hadn't known each long, but wind up getting married on the spur-of-the-moment. They decide not to tell anyone at first. Then life happens and time goes on and still nobody knows that they are married. Nell is working as a TV director. Cole believes that his duty is to the ranch. So, Cole decides that they need to divorce so Nell can further her career. He doesn't want Nell to regret leaving her career for him. I loved Cole and Nell's characters. Nell knew what she wanted and wasn't afraid to go after it. Cole is a sweet and caring guy, but he can be so thick headed. There were times that I wanted to smack some sense into him. Will Cole allow his stubbornness to lose the love of his life? This is a sweet, romantic, and heartwarming story. You will also fall in love with the supporting characters, especially Cole's grandmother.
  • Traditional Romance

    By 11tms69
    This is a traditional story with some modern touches. I would have liked more in the ending. What happened a year or two later.

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