You can be right, or you can be happy…
The Happily Ever After Co., Book 5
Three years ago, a notorious matchmaker lured Jack Ryerson’s fiancée into an affair with a roguish sailor, leaving him alone and bitter. Now Braddock is back, this time with a scheme that involves a melodramatic marriage of convenience to save a failing cattle ranch.
Jack quickly surmises that the woman doesn’t need a husband at all. She needs a brilliant lawyer with a keen business sense. In other words, she needs Jack. And, since Jack would love nothing more than to prove that Braddock is an overly romantic fraud, he gladly accepts the challenge.
Devastated by her grandfather’s murder, Trinity Standish wants to honor the condition in his will that she marry within a year of his death, then spend the rest of her days restoring his broken-down ranch to its former glory. But instead of a husband, she’s sent a lawyer—a city lawyer, no less.
Jack is undeniably handsome, and knows his way around courtrooms and ledgers. But the one thing Trinity needs from him—first from necessity, then from confused feelings that threaten to break her grieving heart—is apparently the one thing he’s determined not to give...
Warning: This story contains an embittered lawyer, a heroine in need, a notorious matchmaker and a romance that will not be denied.