The Ninety-Day Wife

The Ninety Day Wife A contract wife Dr Harry Mason was a man with a mission and a nine year old daughter He needed a wife and Laurie Michelson seemed just perfect He d proposed a marriage of convenience and to save her

  • Title: The Ninety-Day Wife
  • Author: Emma Goldrick
  • ISBN: 9780263153194
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Ninety-Day Wife

    A contract wife Dr Harry Mason was a man with a mission and a nine year old daughter He needed a wife, and Laurie Michelson seemed just perfect He d proposed a marriage of convenience and, to save her family home, Laurie had reluctantly accepted But her disastrous first marriage had made her wary, and so she had insisted on a temporary contractninety days with an opA contract wife Dr Harry Mason was a man with a mission and a nine year old daughter He needed a wife, and Laurie Michelson seemed just perfect He d proposed a marriage of convenience and, to save her family home, Laurie had reluctantly accepted But her disastrous first marriage had made her wary, and so she had insisted on a temporary contract ninety days with an option to buy Unfortunately, Laurie had reckoned without Harry s charm and her new stepdaughter s powers of persuasion Within days she had fallen in love with them both Now all she had to do was convince Harry to take her on a permanent basis like the next sixty years or so Emma Goldrick tickles readers funny bones Romantic Times

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    One thought on “The Ninety-Day Wife

    1. Fiona Marsden

      I read this because it's the one Emma Goldrick wrote in memory of her husband who was her writing partner for many years.Goldrick has a very distinctive style and some idiomatic speech patterns that must be particular to certain parts of the U.S. I found them quite distracting at times as it often seemed to emphasise a lack of education though I know in my head that talking like a southern belle does not equate to a illiteracy.The story is of a marriage of convenience between an ex-army surgeon, [...]

    2. Fedora

      A little too old-school for me. He's the new chief of medicine (?) at the teaching hospital where she, an actress nearing graduation, sometimes acts out cases for residents. He's a single father who needs help raising his precocious daughter; she's the "grown up" taking care of her flighty mother since her father died a few years ago. He proposes a marriage of convenience, which she cautiously and regretfully accepts. Hijinks ensue

    3. Cecilia

      Very 'screwball-esque' - quite fun at times, in a very old-fashioned way. At other times, details of tragedy in the past are included, but they add an incongruous note rather than a poignant one, as they are brushed over very quickly.

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