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After a rodeo accident, barrel-racing queen Maddie Kincaid was hotter than a fireball and wilder than tumbleweed. She sure didn't take to convalescing as well as she should have. Neither did she want handsome but uptight Dr. Noah Martin acting as her personal physician. No sooner did the oh-so-perfect doctor make a house call than Maddie made threats, armed with a paperweiAfter a rodeo accident, barrel-racing queen Maddie Kincaid was hotter than a fireball and wilder than tumbleweed. She sure didn't take to convalescing as well as she should have. Neither did she want handsome but uptight Dr. Noah Martin acting as her personal physician. No sooner did the oh-so-perfect doctor make a house call than Maddie made threats, armed with a paperweight and a lack of modesty. But as Noah flashed his bedroom eyes and lectured his Dr. Feelgood philosophy, Maddie discovered—to her pleasure and confusion—that this man was hell-bent on making her well…and giving his sprightly patient a tantalizing lesson in love!...

Title : Marked For Marriage (Montana Mavericks)
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ISBN : 9780373244478
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 249 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Marked For Marriage (Montana Mavericks) Reviews

  • Marianne
    2019-06-02 06:13

    Marked for Marriage is a romance novel by American author, Jackie Merritt in the Montana Mavericks series. Maddie Kincaid, sister of Mark (recently married to Darcy), is badly injured by a fall from her beloved horse, Fanny during a rodeo. Against medical advice, she drives her truck, trailer and Fanny from Texas to Montana to convalesce in Whitehorn. She hides the extent of her injuries so Mark and Darcy can go on their honeymoon. But Mark has arranged for Doctor Noah Martin to keep an eye on her. And when Noah arrives to do his duty, don’t the sparks fly! Maddie seems determined to ignore every bit of good advice he has for her. This is another delightful installment in the Montana Mavericks series that also resolves the longstanding question of who the arsonist and poisoner is. Merritt at her best.

  • Carm Dalton
    2019-06-15 04:28

    I've enjoyed reading the continuing saga of life in Whitehorn, but this book isn't flowing as well as most of the others. I find the conversational tone between the characters stilted, and don't enjoy reading books where young character's speech is unnatural. The youth don't speech in full sentences; don't say things like my darling.Our main character,Maddie is unbelievably unrealistic. Her complete and total disregard for common courtesy, much less her own safety, and good sense is again not believable. She's completely over the top. Her character was too exagerated, too immature, and too ridiculous.

  • Ann (Noumena12)
    2019-05-26 06:15

    I've really become hooked on the Montana Mavericks series...