Breaking Josephine (Forbidden Romance, #1)

Breaking Josephine (Forbidden Romance, #1)

by Brooke Stanton

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BN ID: 2940156080335
Publisher: Coco and Bee
Publication date: 10/29/2018
Series: Forbidden Romance , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,739
File size: 695 KB

About the Author

After her own misadventures in New York City, LA, and London, Brooke Stanton now lives in sunny South Florida. She’s an award-winning author who has contributed to Natural Awakenings Magazine, wrote a column for Examiner.com, and is the author of The Bloom Sisters series. Visit her website brookestantonbooks.com.

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Breaking Josephine (Forbidden Romance, #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lilacandlace More than 1 year ago
A really good historical, western romance that is HOT! Jo has lost everything because of her selfish older brother and know, he's sent her on a train from Manhatten to rural Oklahoma to work for a widower caring for his children and home. Or so she thinks... Jack, on the other hand, has been lead to believe that he will be taking over guardianship of a young man, who is supposed to help on his ranch. She is desperate enough to volunteer to stay and help him but he's a bitter man who has let his grief turn him hard and forbidding. The struggle to adapt, on both sides, has them torn apart without realizing how much the other is feeling. This is a wonderfully developed and written love story with tons of angst, heat, and love. I was giggling at times and crying at other times but by the end, I was smiling and sighing. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Ajgray More than 1 year ago
Jo’s brother, George answered an ad from a farmer in Oklahoma who was looking for a boy to help work on the farm. George no longer had a use for Jo and so he falsely answered the ad and shipped her out. Jo was not what Jack was expecting but he agreed to let her stay for one month to prove her worth. Jack has two children and between the three of them they have worked the farm the best they could. Jo does finally prove her value but not before Jack wants to send her home. I like the way Jack fights his feelings for her but eventually they both admit to the love they feel for each other. In the end there is a HEA but not before George tries to get her to return so she can take care of his new baby and be a servant again, which I was glad to see that she refused. The story is well written and worth reading. I would highly recommend this as a great read.