Husband Material

Husband Material

by Raine Miller

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BN ID: 2940162049838
Publisher: Raine Miller Romance
Publication date: 08/19/2018
Series: Left at the Altar , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 9,440
File size: 2 MB

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Husband Material 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I recieved an arc in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. Husband Material is about a man who was left mere days before the wedding by a letter. Gage thought he could never fall in love with anyone much less want to get married. Giselle is running away from something when she meets Gage. Giselle is a breath of fresh air and what was supposed to be a summer fling turns out to be the real deal. Giselle gets Gage to open up and open his heart up to her without even realizing it. This is a perfect summer read, and I highly recommend it.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Worth the read, loving this series. Can't wait to read the next book in the series.
MaimeosAngelsEL 10 months ago
5.0 Star Review Husband Material (Left At The Altar 3#) Raine Miller’s writing style is effortless and she had me riveted to this book from start to finish. Although a novella Ms. Miller still manages to give us a complete story with depth and characters that you can relate to. Husband Material was well written and flowed well. This was a fun, quick read. Neither Gage or GIselle are looking for love and yet through fate they meet and connect on many levels. I really liked Gage and Giselle and would love more of them. Their chemistry sizzled and the banter between then them was humorous. This book made me smile throughout my read and if you are looking for a good romance, then one click now.
Anonymous 8 months ago
A sweet short story and I enjoyed reading it. I have enjoyed this story and the series. Good characters
Anonymous 8 months ago
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RandysGal69 10 months ago
Loved it! A quick fun, sweet & sexy read that easily can be read in one sitting. Gage & Giselle story was a perfectly romantic story of falling in love quickly when you least expect to. Loved the chemistry, instant connection and the journey of Gage finding himself after his failed engagement. Giselle was just the perfect woman to crash into Gage and show him that he can love again & be husband material. Get ready to crash into a wonderful romance with this book.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Raine Miller at the top of her game .?
queenzany 10 months ago
HUSBAND MATERIAL is dreamworthy, melt your hearts perfect! Hitting everything mark of a supreme read! Trust me when I say it’s 100 times better than a traditional novella! There is clearly nothing Raine Miller can do wrong! Now you can fall madly in love with Gage and GIselle too!!
WendyLeGrand 10 months ago
Can the French beach fairy turn her "beau surfeur" into husband material? 4.5 Stars! I've seen several people say that this is the perfect summer read, and I agree with them 100%. Raine brings us the engaging, sexy story of Gage Danielson, whose fiancé dumps him via a not so nice letter she leaves behind for him. Is he upset about it? Yeah... Is he devastated over it? Nah... Truth be told, it sounds to me like he dodged a HUGE bullet when she runs off with one of his supposed friends. When Gage sees Giselle sitting on the beach one day, drawing, he feels a strong connection with her. She's beautiful, and French, and she's looking at him so intensely...he doesn't really know what to do with himself. Raine does a masterful job of fitting a lot of content into this novella. I loved seeing Gage and Giselle together, the way he was so gullible and fell for all of her teasing. The comfortable feeling they had with each other even though they really knew nothing about the other. And especially the change that Gage went through from thinking he wasn't husband material at all, to desperately wanting to spend his life with Giselle. The sexy times were oh so sexy! Mama Raine knows how to write a sex scene! As a die hard fan of her books, I absolutely loved finding all of the Easter Eggs she hid throughout this story. Now I am anxious to see what becomes of those little tidbits! More books!! Fans of Raine are going to love this novella, and if you haven't read her yet, this is a perfect story to get you started. I'm off to explore the other stories in the Left at the Altar series!
bbarneybooks28 10 months ago
Who knew a broken engagement and a subsequent break-up would come down to dirty socks?!?! But, of course, it’s not just the inability of Gage Danielson to put his dirty clothes in the hamper…it’s more of not being with the right person…not finding that one person who would love him regardless of his habits or miscommunication and that he could love back in the way that matters most. The way that Gage’s ex dumps him is representative of the selfish woman she appears to be, and even though her final remarks leave Gage questioning who he is and what he wants, her comments say more about who she is and what she needs to do in order to justify her actions. Fate may be fickle but it seems to lead Gage to the woman who is meant to be his, and even though he doesn’t know a lot about his ‘French beach fairy’ - a woman who seems to understand and see him in ways that no one else ever has - the fact that he can’t stop thinking about her and shares a connection worth pursuing is all the incentive he needs to find the woman who could make him ‘husband material.’ A chance meeting leads Gage on journey of self-discovery and love and despite the obstacles that exist, as long as there’s a chance that there’s a future with his mysterious French beauty, he’ll do whatever it takes and go wherever is necessary to find everything he never knew he wanted and perhaps even needed. Even though Raine Miller’s Left At The Altar novella is a quick read, it is filled with emotion and heart, and it confirms that any man can be ‘husband material’ as long as he finds the woman who accepts him and all of his faults. 4 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)
MBurton 10 months ago
Gage's fiance called off the wedding by way of a hate-filled letter describing all of his faults. She accuses him of not being husband material and will be alone for the rest of his life. Gage thinks she might be right. Out of all the women Gage has dated, he's not once felt a special spark for anyone. He resigned himself into thinking marriage is just about finding someone compatible. Only Gage and Cassidy were not so compatible. He actually feels relief when she calls the wedding off despite how badly she did it. The last thing Gage expected was to meet a mysterious French woman on the beach who will turn his world upside down. When Giselle disappears after their one night together, Gage goes on a frantic search for her. Gage and Giselle's story was a refreshingly fun summer read with hints of a whimsical and romantic love. For a short novella, this felt like a full length novel. Their affair may have started out fast but the author wrote this in a way that let you get to know both characters. The pacing was perfect. I hope to find out if the rest of the Left at the Alter series is similar.