Mary Connealy writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is a Carol Award winner, and a RITA®, Christy, and Inspirational Reader’s Choice finalist. She is the bestselling author of the Wild at Heart series, Trouble in Texas series, Kincaid Bride series, Lassoed in Texas trilogy, Montana Marriages trilogy, Sophie’s Daughters trilogy, and many other books. Mary is married to a Nebraska cattleman and has four grown daughters and a little bevy of spectacular grandchildren. Find Mary online at www.maryconnealy.com.
The Bossy Bridegroomby Mary Connealy
A Truly Yours Digital Edition. . .Michael is a fixer. Michael Davidson knows the demise of his marriage was his fault, and now, as a new Christian, he’s determined to make things right. But when he finds his wife, he discovers she’s given their child up for adoption. And while she has new friends and seems to have made a life for herself, Michael/i>
- LendMe LendMe™ Learn More
A Truly Yours Digital Edition. . .Michael is a fixer. Michael Davidson knows the demise of his marriage was his fault, and now, as a new Christian, he’s determined to make things right. But when he finds his wife, he discovers she’s given their child up for adoption. And while she has new friends and seems to have made a life for herself, Michael can’t stand the way those people take advantage of her. So he steps in to help Jeanie get it right. Jeanie has spent the last year rebuilding her life. She knows God loves and has forgiven her. She finds herself stronger in that knowledge every day—until Michael arrives and brings with him all the regrets and shame of the past. Will Jeanie ever be able to trust herself or her husband again? Can Michael overcome his hurtful, controlling ways? Only God, the true Fixer of mankind, knows the answers.
Meet the Author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews
Hott Review: What I liked: I thoroughly devoured The Bossy Bridegroom. It’s a fun read but it’s quite deep and profound. I think that this book not only shows us how important or wedding vows are but also the lines that can be crossed so very easily – for both husbands and wives. What I didn’t like: My only concern with this book is that someone would mistake the intent of this book and stay when they should leave or visa versa.
I have read a bunch of Mary Conneally's books, and loved each one except for this one. I could not enjoy the book because the main character was a complete jerk. Even though he claimed that he had become a believer, and he wanted to save his marriage, he did everything he could to sabotage his relationship. And his pathetic wife was too scared to stand up for herself. I got irritated with both of them, and even though the writer tried to give it a happy ending, I was too irritated to ever be happy for the two characters. A big disappointment from this author. I would recommend any of her books but this one.