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  • Posted October 20, 2013

    Title: The Merry Widow Of Tanner's Ford Author: Reece Butler Pub

    Title: The Merry Widow Of Tanner's Ford
    Author: Reece Butler
    Publisher: Siren Publishing Inc.
    Published: 5-13-2013
    ISBN: 13-978-1-62740-012-1
    E-Book ASIN: B00DD2VXMG
    Pages: 245
    Genre: Erotic Romance
    Tags: Menage, Cowboys,


    Marci Meshevski Grant came to stay with her sister Nikki, the new town doctor in Climax, Montana, following the fire that destroyed her home and killed her husband of 12 years, Ted. She has lived those 12 being oppressed and repeatedly humiliated by the person who swore he would love and protect her all the days of her life. Grieving her lost dreams if not the man, Marci is more than ready to find a hot cowboy or two for some fun and games. Her sister Marci just happens to have a cowboy for her to indulge her fantasies with, Simon MacDougal head of the American MacDougal Clan. Simon and his twin brother Lance own and operate the MD Connected.


    Simon and Lance are looking for a wife. One for them to share as is the common in Climax and Tanner's Ford. Will is be Marci or will time run out for Simon and Lance and they will loose the MD Connected forever?What is Marci hiding? Why does she fear the police finding her? How was her face really injured? Will she finally find true love with Simon and Lance? So many questions and all the answers are to be found in The Merry Widow of Tanner's Ford.


    For those who do not know this book is a more modern setting for Reece Butler's Bride Train series. If you have not read them you might want to pick them up because they are great. You will learn first hand what Beth and the other brides wrote in those journals Simon reads snippets from in The Merry Widow Of Tanner's Ford. You will enjoy your visit to Climax, Montana whether the 1880's or the 1980's. The stories will no matter what time era are great and you will have a pleasurable time.

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  • Posted May 8, 2014

    The Merry Widow of Tanner¿s Ford by Reece Butler Take a woman w

    The Merry Widow of Tanner’s Ford by Reece Butler

    Take a woman who has been denied a lot of things in her life and set her up with a man in a full leg cast and what do you get? A lot of fun! Marci is starting to live after losing everything in a fire, including an abusive husband! Simon and his twin Lance are looking for a wife – they are in desperate need of a son so that they don’t lose ownership of their ranch thanks to an ancestor. Put the three of them together and things just might work out.

    I loved how Marci wasn’t afraid to go after what she wanted. She was denied so many things when she was married; I was surprised that she was able to voice those needs. Simon and his personality won her over though…that and his family with roots, which is what Marci is really wanting. Their dynamic together…in and out of the bedroom or kitchen table…kept me reading just one more page! Lance is the more dominant brother and he sure did let Marci know it as soon as he walked into the house. Their dynamic is different but I really enjoyed it, was actually wishing for more of the two of them!

    A very good book, one that you don’t necessarily need to read the previous series to understand, which is fantastic. However, now I need to finish reading this series then I want to go back and read the Bride Train series…just cause!

    Thank you Reece Butler for filling my nights with lovely dreams!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Great

    Just love Reece's books! Good transition from the "historical" Bride Train books to almost present day. Great storytelling!

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