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She tells him that in New York men only wanted ‘the one thing’ and she wasn’t comfortable giving it (pos. So far so good, but then:”Part of the reason she’d wanted to leave was so her mother would start living her own life. After Savannah’s father died her mother’s life revolved around her daughter. Her mind is set she puts forth her plans to marry and meet her soon to be husband.
‘She was too worried about you to think about herself? Now, isn’t that a sweet and adult way to make your mom’s life easier? Let’s get to know Savannah: She’s standing in front of the pastor and thinks to herself that in a moment she’ll be forced to kiss a stranger and that that doesn’t really agree with her. She better not refer to the asking of intercourse, because this is still is the new millennium (story was released 2015) where women own their own body and nobody else. For Scott who lives on a ranch in a small town in Montana finds there just isn’t any women to marry they are either to old, to young or already married. I love the meeting, the sparks, the getting to know each other.
When he runs into a matchmaker he's known all his life, he tells her about the problems he's had to see if she can help him. Or will they be able to work through their differences to make their marriage a loving relationship?
When he meets Savannah at the altar, his heart stops for a moment. While seemingly far-fetched, the idea was certainly catchy in an old-fashioned way, and the wilds of Montana might be just the place for the plan to see fruition.
The couple gets to know each other, struggle with communication, and get over it. The last half was more ordinary - like a lot of other romances. An intuitive matchmaker finds two people she believes will be a good match. They are not to see each other or learn anything about each other before the wedding ceremony. But I have to make something known: This is a CHRISTIAN book. unless ‘home’ is quite a liberal and feminist place and you need a good rant. Probably not as their religions are not compatible… But it goes on (same pos.): “’How long do you think you’ll need? No right to be annoyed, no right to want to give time to her. Two people wanting the same things but finding it seems to be an issue.
There were pages of pointless detail – how Savannah was going to get certified to teach, about teaching Shakespeare. Cloying and saccharine with a couple of nasty moments where it as if had been eating candyfloss and bit into something slimy and gristly. Okay, I can accept that Savannah wants her mother to be ‘free’ to get out more and find a new life, but she gives her mother less than a week to come to terms with the fact that her only daughter is moving away to an unknown place to marry a total stranger. Treat your mother as if she hasn’t spent the best years of her life taking care of you. After all, you KNOW it’s going to be ‘good’ for her. This is not at all the same quality of work she normally puts out. I like to ‘rave’ about books, only ever write reviews when I liked or loved a book.
Scott, a Savannah is tired of the dating scene, even though she wants to get married and have a family.