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Jocelyn's Wedding Dilemma

(A book in the Matchmaker and the Mother-in-Law series)
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Jocelyn not only came to the realization that she reached the age of bordering on being a spinster, she also recognized why the local men did not choose to court her. She knew it was not because her looks or personality repelled men. She could sum it up in one word—Mama. Mama had always been opinionated and eager to tell others the best way to do things, but her tendency to insert herself into other people’s lives had grown ever since Papa died. Jocelyn knew, if she wished to find a husband, she needed the help of a matchmaker, an out-of-town address, and a lot of subterfuge.
City born and educated Kent had chosen well when he purchased his remote ranch, hired his drovers, and worked his cattle. The one thing the region lacked was decent marriage prospects. After resorting to hiring a matchmaker service, and wading through letters from several women, he finally found a correspondent whose letter caught his interest. In spite of his impression she held something back, he sent the funds for her to join him for the purpose of marriage. After Jocelyn arrived, everything about her pleased him. Little did he know what would follow—or, more to the point—who.

Genre: Inspirational

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