Mail Ordered Bride by Tory Baker 📖Review📖

Title: Mail Ordered Bride
Author: Tory Baker
Genre: Romance
Release Date: February 7, 2018

In the wilds of Alaska single women are few and far between. An online site to find the perfect bride seems ridiculous, but Stone is willing to give it a try. 

As he looks at Carly’s pictures and reads her words, he’s convinced she’s the one. 

He spends his nights imagining what it will be like to finally touch her, to sink inside and hear her cry out his name. 

When she finally gets there she’ll be lucky if he doesn’t tie her to his bed. 
Too bad the woman getting off the plane is not the one he agreed to marry.

Passionate About Books – “5 Swoony and Affectionate Stars for a man who has the power to reduce you to a puddle!”

Beyond the Covers Blog – “This book is a quick read you won’t want to put it down until it’s all over it’s definitely worth reading.”

Britt Red Hatter Book Blog – “Hot, sweet, over the top alpha goodness Mail Ordered Bride is a fast read that I adored!”

Tory likes to write quick romantic stories that make her smile. 

This is my first Tory Baker book. It isn’t long, a little longer than a novella. But it is a sweet story.

Stone wants to get married. He just can’t seem to find a woman in his small Alaskan town. So he meets someone online.

Carly ends up going to Stones home after she finds out her friend has made friends with him as her. Tilly made a friendship with Stone as Carly without the real Carly knowing.

When Carly and Stone meet its instant chemistry. But how is Carly going to tell Stone the truth?

Great little story. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review.



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