Wednesday’s Historical Romantic Picks- Fiery Bride by Cynthia Woolf


After a disastrous marriage, Matchmaker Maggie vowed never to marry again. She will never give another man the power of life and death over her body and soul. Unfortunately, that doesn’t keep her lonely heart from fantasizing about her newest client, Caleb Black. She made the mistake of starting a flirtatious correspondence with the clever devil, believing they would never meet. But when his new bride abandons her mid-way to Colorado to elope with another man, Maggie is forced to face the devastatingly handsome Caleb and explain. Now she’ll have to stay long enough to make things right and find him a new wife. But Maggie better hang on to her vow with both hands, because Caleb has other plans for the fiery matchmaker…and a very seductive kiss.

Book 3 in the Matchmaker & Co series of western historical romance.



This is another wonderful addition to the Matchmaker & Co. series, stories filled with love and hope.  This was a time in history when women of twenty-five were considered old maids and their only hope was to marry through a mail-order company, as were the ranchers and oil men out west who needed a wife and wanted children.   Although this book was only 134 pages it lacked nothing and I sincerely hope there are more Matchmaker & Co. stories to come.  5 stars
Reviewed by:  Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

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