Jake Ruskin, a wealthy rancher, hires Chicago matchmaker Becky Montoya to find him a wife who will give him an heir to his fortune. Becky is so thrilled with the windfall fee Jake has promised that she flies to Montana to handle his account personally.
When she meets the vigorous client, she's sure finding him a mate will be the easiest thing she's ever done.
However, Jake's elderly male housekeeper, Sam Bunker, has another match in mind. He notices the attraction between Jake and Becky right away, even if they can't see it for themselves. The nosy old gentleman can't resist doing a little matchmaking of his own.
But Becky is very good at her job, and she's sworn herself off limits to marriage. The only problem is she is definitely attracted to Jake and doesn't know whether she can resist her handsome client...or if he can resist her.
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A native of South Dakota, Fran Shaff has also resided in Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Minnesota. Living in so many different "home towns" provides fertile background for her writing. She loves to include humor in her stories whenever she can. Fran lives with her husband James and their son Zachary. Bucky the hyper chocolate lab and Blackjack the mouse-catching retriever share a dog house in their yard.
Montana Match is Fran's first novel for AVALON.Review:
"Fran Shaff seasons her story with a graceful blend of humor and romantic spice. MONTANA MATCH moves lightly and quickly from a humorous opening scene to a tender and satisfying conclusion. Ms. Shaff incorporates the maturity, sensuality, and integrity of her characters into an elemental love story that's an effortless read." - Marcie McQuillan -- Romance Reviews Today
"Shaff does a great job creating an atmosphere of attraction between Jake and Becky. Sparks fly faster than in a welding shop. MONTANA MATCH is a sweet romance that you'll definitely want in your to-be-read pile." - Vickie McDonough -- The Word on Romance
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