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Signing up as a mail order bride wasn’t how Anna thought she’d get married, but with money tight, and her family needing help, she has no choice but to become a bought bride.
This is just a business transaction, or so she tells herself, but when she sees Landon, her prospective husband for the first time, she can’t help the instant attraction.
He tells her he’ll go easy, that he’ll give her time to acclimate to their new relationship. But a part of Anna doesn’t want that. She wants to jump head first into this new adventure, even if that means she doesn’t know what the future holds.
Landon prefers his isolation to social settings. It’s worked well for him over the years, but he’s getting older, has needs. He wants a bride, a family. And buying a woman seems like the easiest, fastest way to make that his reality.
When he sees Anna for the first time, he knows she’s the one for him. Curvy in all the right places, innocent in appearance, he knows she’ll make a good wife and a good mother to his children.
She’s not a prisoner, and can leave at any time, but Landon wants her as his. If she runs, he’ll follow.
Warning: This is a fast, over-the-top story about one alpha hero who only has eyes for his heroine. It gives you that Happily Ever After, but make no mistake it’s filthy as can be!