The Lost Sheenan's Bride

The Lost Sheenan's Bride

by Jane Porter


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ISBN-13: 9781944925864
Publisher: Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 07/01/2016
Series: Taming of the Sheenans , #6
Pages: 284
Sales rank: 995,127
Product dimensions: 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.64(d)

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The Lost Sheenan's Bride 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
kimberlyindy More than 1 year ago
This is book six in Jane Porter's Sheenan books. I was anxiously waiting for this story. I was prepared for it or so I thought. I LOVED this story so much! I think I felt every emotion I could possibly feel as I read it: I cried, I laughed, I sighed and I cheered. This is Jet and Shane's story, and what a story it is. I do not want to give away any of the juicy bits. But I will say that both Jet and Shane tugged at my heart in different ways and I wanted them to find their HEA! Shane had a rough life including confusion with his name and how he was raised and who he belonged to. Jet, is finding out who she is and recovering from a betrayal. Shane is torn between wanting to use Jet to help get the answers he is desperately seeking and wanting to protect her. This story also lets us visit with some of the other Sheenans and put an end to a mystery that has been a thread throughout some of the books and possibly open the way for a new series! I wanted to treasure every word as it is supposed to be the last one in the series, and I truly was not ready to let this family go. I can only say that I hope there will be more books somewhere down the line. I have thoroughly enjoyed every book in this series.
ElisabethWA More than 1 year ago
What I love about Jane Porter's books is that she can write. She writes with heart and soul and delivers a story that speaks to you and draws you in from the very first page. The lost Sheenan's bride is book 6 in a series but can be read as a stand alone. You always get a little more out of the book if you have read all the connecting books, but you don't loose anything to important. It is a romantic story but it has a mystery that needs to be solved, so it has that suspense feel over it. Just a little bit. You don't want it to end. But all good things come to an end. But I for one hope we see an reunion of sorts for the whole Sheenan family.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I loved reading about All of the Sheenan brothers.
Hpergo More than 1 year ago
Shane Swan has come to Marietta to work on his book. He told Dillon Sheenan it was to write a book about their town, however, he had other motives behind his moving to Montana. Shane is there to observe and get closer to the Sheenan brothers. Jet Diekerhof has taken a long term subbing position and now teaching at the one room school house in Paradise Valley. When Shane decides to share the table at the coffee shop with her, she can’t believe her luck. After talking with him, she finally realizes she is sharing a table with her favorite author and he just asked her to dinner. Will Jet and Shane hit it off or does he have other motives for wanting to be with her? A fabulous ending to an outstanding series! I loved every moment of this book. The moment Brock says “Welcome home Shane. I’ve missed you” brought me to tears, happy tears of course! If you haven’t read the Sheenan series yet, I strongly urge you to do so!
jboehmke More than 1 year ago
This story was quite the emotional rollercoaster. I couldn't wait to get to the end, but yet didn't want it to be over. Shane is in Marietta to write a story, but the real reason is to find out about his birth family, the Sheenans, the family that doesn't know he exists. Jet ends up caught in the middle, she really likes Shane, but her sister is married to a Sheenan and they are convinced Shane is nothing but trouble. My heart ached for Shane and his childhood. Always holding out hope that his mother would return for him, but it never happened. With Jet's help he finally managed to move out of the past and let go of some of his grudges. This was a great story with plenty of drama and mystery.
Mengel2 More than 1 year ago
Jet has sworn off men. Since her recent breakup, the last thing she needs in her life is another man to wreak havoc. New to Marietta and working as a teacher at a small schoolhouse, her focus is on her work. But every time she sees him at Java Café, her body betrays her. So what that he’s mysterious and handsome, that his long, dark hair gives him a bit of an untamed look and his arm that is sleeved with tattoos adds to that bad boy persona. But despite the physical attraction, she can’t help noticing that every time he’s at the café, he’s surrounded by books and is busy jotting down notes. Not just easy on the eyes, he has a brain too! When he strikes up a conversation, she learns that he is a writer, but not just any writer. He happens to be Shane Swan, her favorite author. Having always been a book girl, if his looks and intellect didn’t get her, being the mind behind several of her favorite books is enough to send her swooning. But if she isn’t mistaken, he is the same Shane that is staying at the Douglas ranch and writing a sure-to-be bestseller about the horrific Douglas massacre. The same Shane that the Sheenans are hell-bent on getting out of that house and stopping the book from ever getting published. Yes, Shane chose to stay at the Douglas ranch for research on his novel, but there are secrets in his past that he’s hoping to get answers to. Maybe staying at the Douglas ranch wasn’t totally necessary in doing that, but getting as close to the Sheenans as possible is the ticket he needs. He may not have sought out to use Jet to do that, but it definitely will make it easier. But if the Sheenans have anything to say about it, Jet will heed their warning and stay as far away from Shane as possible. The last thing Jet expected was to develop feelings for Shane. Now, caught between what her family says and what her heart is telling her to do, Jet is torn. Is she really considering going against her family and the one thing she was dead-set on doing, falling for another man? But as we all know, sometimes the brain can’t control what the heart is determined to feel. Leave it to Jane Porter to give us an emotionally driven, thought provoking novel with so many twists and turns you’ll never guess what’s going to happen next. Romance mixed with mystery and add in family secrets and you have Jane Porter’s next bestselling novel!
cowboysfan65 More than 1 year ago
Really hate seeing this series come to a end.When Jet runs out of money she comes to Montana to teach in a one room school house. Shane has been in Marietta for months trying to get close to the Sheenan Brothers .When Jet's sister ask her to stay away from Shane she can not do it .With Jet trying to help Shane find answer to questions about his past .Can she make him go to the Sheenan Brothers for those answers he has been trying to get all this years.
My_Peace More than 1 year ago
In The Lost Sheenan's Bride by Jane Porter, Jet has found a place to heal her heart in Paradise Valley. Shane, a successful writer, hopes to find answers in Paradise Valley. He's in town to write about a long ago mystery that makes him very unwelcome...but he's there for another reason no one knows. He's hoping to find answers to his past he's searching for. The Lost Sheenan's Bride was a well paced, intriguing read filled with strong characters and mystery. I liked Jet. I liked who she was, that she stood up for herself and what she felt. The Sheenan's are a close knit family, but they are not above trying to force their way. Instead of meekly going along with whatever they wanted, I really liked how Jet was herself even if it caused some friction at times. I liked watching Jet grow stronger and find the unexpected with Shane. Shane has ulterior motives with Jet, but soon he finds himself more entranced by her than he thought possible. As Shane searches for answers, he and Jet become closer and I was very interested to see how Shane's quest for missing pieces would turn out and if what Jet and he would work, because I really felt like they were a great fit. At times I was frustrated with Shane and his big secret, but the family dynamics are well played in The Lost Sheenan's Bride. I liked how Shane finally dealt with things, it worked well with the plot. Jane brings not only Shane and Jet to life, but numerous secondary characters also. I liked seeing the characters from previous Taming of the Sheenan's books and catching up with them. I liked the family connections in this series and this book. I would recommend reading the other books in this series before this one, and would recommend them all to any romance reader looking for well written stories that flow off the pages. I received a free copy for an honest review.
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
Jane Porter does a great job of engaging the reader and keeping your attention from beginning to end. I love her style of writing. This is a sweet romance with amazing chemistry, and a mystery to solve. "The Lost Sheenan's Bride" by Jane Porter is book six in the "Taming of the Sheenan's". This is Jet Diekerhof and Shane Swan's story. Jet is working as a long-term sub in a one room school in Montana. She is glad that she a long way from her overbearing family and her ex-boyfriend who broke her heart. Jet has sworn off of dating. Well, that is until she met Shane Swan. Shane has moved to Marietta to discover some secrets and lies. He is a successful writer and is using that as his cover to unravel these secrets and lies. Shane becomes friends with Jet whose sister married a Sheenan to see what he can learn about the Sheenan family. As they spend time together the attraction between them grows. What will happen when Jet discovers what Shane's intentions were when they first met? The Sheenans are not happy with Shane asking question and digging into their family history. Whose side will Jet take? You will fall in love with Shane and Jet. I loved watching their relationship grow. If you haven't read the "Taming of the Sheenan's" series, you will want to add it to your to your reading list. I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the last story in the Taming of the Sheenan's series. I loved Jet and Shane, and could feel their emotions throughout. I also loved seeing them with the other Sheenans, how the dynamics worked and how they fit in. That is always the hallmark of Jane Porter's books, true to life family relationships that you can relate to, and it is the same here. I hate to see the end of the Sheenans series - maybe there will be some follow up short stories later? :) - but this is a great ending.
KerryACroucier More than 1 year ago
The Perfect End to the Sheenan Series Shane came to Marietta to write a book about the biggest tragedy in recent history. He rents the Sheenan ranch before they realize his intention is to write about the Douglas Family murders. Banding together, to protect one of their own, they are determined to get Shane out of town. Unfortunately, the book is only an excuse to be in Marietta. He grew up in foster care after his Grandmother's death, and always wondered why his Mom never came back for him. When he discovered his original birth certificate, he came to town with a chip on his shoulder looking for answers. Jet came to Marietta after her older sister found her a long-term substitute teaching position near by. Hoping the time in Marietta will help her figure out what will come next in life, she is shocked to find that the attractive man she sees in the coffee shop is her favorite non-fiction author. When he asks her out, she is stunned but excited, until her sister, who is married to the oldest Sheenan brother, forbids it... This story, like the rest in the series, is not just about the relationship between the two main characters, but the family relationship that is the backbone of their lives. This is the sixth book in the series, but it can be read as a stand-alone story if you haven't had a chance to read the rest. I can almost guarantee, that if you haven't already, you will be adding them to your pile. The characters are well-written and real. I loved the story and it kept me engrossed from the very beginning. So much so, that I hated to see it end. This was the perfect conclusion to a series that I hate to see ending. *I received an advanced copy from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Kristyl21 More than 1 year ago
I absolutely Loved this book! Jet Diekerhof has came to work in a one room school house on a temporary basis. Shane Swan is living at the Sheenan farm while writing a book. The two strike up a conversation and have an instant connection. But can they build a relationship with Jet's extended family putting there two cents in? I am so sad to see this series come to an end. The main characters were very likable and intriguing. It's definately an A+ book!
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
Jet Diekerhof is teaching in a one room school in Paradise Valley. Her sister, Harley helped her get the job. She loves teaching. It's helping her recover from a broken heart. When she meets, Shane, the attraction is immediate and powerful. He's a well respected author who is in town to write a book on the Douglas Family massacre. This makes him an enemy of the powerful Sheenan Family, but Jet can turn her back on him. There is definitely trouble in Paradise! Jet is smart, sassy and caring. She's having a difficult time trying to keep everyone happy. Harley is married to Brock Sheenan and wants Jet to support the family and ignore her feelings. On the other hand, Shane is there under false pretenses. He has a very personal interest in the family. What will happen when he reveals the truth? I liked Shane. He's had a hard life and the pain has made him a loner who keeps his emotions well hidden, except with Jet. I love the rugged Montana setting and the continuing mystery of who was responsible for the murder of the Douglas family. Jane Porter has written a wonderful story filled with passion and pain. The Sheenans make their presence felt as they always do, but the romance between Jet and Shane is powerful and pulled me into their story. I'm sad to see this series end. I feel as if I was part of this family. However, I'm looking forward to The Douglas Ranch of Paradise Valley.
momof3boysj More than 1 year ago
Where do I start? This story is so beautifully written. Stranger in town is not what he seems. New girl in town intrigued. Her family draws a line in the sand. Secrets abound. It will take love and determination to face her family, and with him she will help to unearth the truth and an unbelievable reunion happens. A must read!
girlfromwvaKY More than 1 year ago
This is Book #6 in the Taming of the Sheenan's Romance series. It is written by Jane Porter. It is the story of Jet and Shane. Jet is 24 and trying to get over a shattered heart. She takes a break from her usual life to venture on her own and travel. Jet's older sister gets her a long term sub role at the one room school house at Paradise Valley in Montana. Her family, who is over 700 miles away is down to earth and overly involved in her life. The guy who broke her heart is also over 700 miles away. She has sworn off men. That is until she meets the dark and handsome Shane Swan...that changes everything. Shane is 34 and has been an outsider since he was born. He was raised by his maternal grandmother in Montana near Flathead Lake. When she passes away when Shane is 4, he ends up in foster care. Shane has now become one of the most successful authors in America by being intelligent, resolved and resourceful. Even with his success, he has burning questions about his birth parents. Why were his brothers kept, but not him? Why was he given away? Shane comes to Marietta to try to unravel the lies and secrets.He wants to find out what it means to be a Sheenan. No one in town is closer to the Sheenan family than the sister of Brock's wife, Jet. Shane normally wouldn't ever use a woman, but if Jet can connect him with the answers to his past, he feels like he has no other choice. When he starts to fall for her, he feels maybe it wasn't the best choice. Can Jet & Shane, two strangers who were never meant to be trust in love again? Will Shane find out the truth of his being given up? How will his brothers feel when he tells them the truth? This was a great book for the "end" of the Sheenan Romance series. I like that now we are introduced to the next series at the end of this story. This story was full of hope, love and enduring spirit.
CArcidiacono More than 1 year ago
Wow, bang, boom! A great addition to the series as more puzzle pieces are slide into place. I enjoy visiting Montana and with the Sheenan's large family. When Shane sets out to write a book he never expected would ruffle as many feathers as he has but he is determined to write it. Until, he meets Jet and things start to change for him. I liked this story of being lost, found and then going home. A perfect ending to the series. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
hnhn More than 1 year ago
A famous author and one room school-house teacher. Shane Swan comes to town carrying a bit of a grudge and with the full intent of meeting and using Jet Diekerhof to gain knowledge of the Sheenan’s. Jet’s sister is married to Brock Sheenan, the oldest of the brothers. Shane’s rented the family home, he’s met some of the Sheenan’s, has met Jet and has brought the whole family and townsfolk to a tizzy. He’s writing a book, on another families horrendous murder case, and the Sheenan’s don’t like it or him. Jet is recovering from a bad relationship and isn’t interested in another, but there’s something about Shane that’s pushing at her. Together, as they get more information on the murder, Shane’s secret comes out. Jane Porter’s final book of the ‘Taming of the Sheenan’s series’ “THE LOST SHEENAN’S BRIDE” lives up to all the previous stories and more. I love this book and am sad to see the end of this series. If you like Jane Porter, you will enjoy this book.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
The last book of Sheenan's , I'm so sad to say goodbye to this family. The one thing these brothers have in common is a strong family bond, and they will fight for it. Shane Swan, an author has come to town to dig up history on a horrific murder and to find unanswered questions of his past. People are not happy with him, the only person to strike up a friendship with him, is newcomer, Jet. As things heat up in their relationship, she helps him solve the mystery of his past and his acceptance into the Sheenan's family. A wonderful written book. My heart just went out to Shane and his upbringing. I will say have your kleenex box close, you will shed a few sad but then happy tears. I highly recommend this book. Looking forward to reading about the Douglas family next.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
A wonderful conclusion to this series. The Sheenans and their history is all kinds of messed up but the siblings have one thing no one can question! A strong bond and love. So when a stranger comes to town digging up an old painful memory that will hurt one of their own they band together to drive him out of town. The only one willing to listen to him and get to know him is Jet. Jet isn't actually a Sheenan but related only through marriage. As she really gets to know Shane Swan, one thing becomes very clear! His connection to the Sheenans is much more than the story he claims to be there to write. Don't miss this one, it's fantastic.
jbarr5 More than 1 year ago
The Lost Sheenan's Bride by Jane Porter This is the last of this series but another is in the works using some of the same characters. Starts out with Jet who's staying at her sisters B&B in Montana while she works at the one room schoohouse taking care of a handful of children from different grades, temporarily. Once the last teacher gives birth and comes back the district may decide the children need to go to school via the bus to another town so she may be out of work. Story also follow Shane who's paying to stay at the Sheenan family home while he writes. His past makes him believe he is one of the Sheenans' but proof is hard to come by, although the DNA proves he is one of them. They go out as she's fascinated that he's the author of the books she's read and loved them. He's just there trying to make friends with them but they are not very welcome. He believes his mother's ghost still resides at the ranch as he investigates more clues about his past life. The Sheenan members now know Shane is there to write a story of a family murder and they don't want him to investigate. They post eviction papers on the house so he's only got 30 days left now and not enough time to write the story he's been paid for. Jet really likes and feels comfortable and natural with Shane, but many others see them and tell her to stay away from him... Like this book because you are made welcome with the characters even if you've not read the previous books there's enough information about everybody to understand what's going on. Like also the detailed descriptions as the author writes to make you feel like you can see what's before you-the scenery, nature, sounds, smells, etc. Some details of the past murders unfolds. Like the explanations of all the tattoos, so interesting, a story in themselves. Loved sight seeing tours of Butte, sounds like a treasure to see all the preservation. Jet knew she might have some important information as she's talked to a woman who lived there at the time of the murders. She knows she should just walk away from it all... Excerpt from the next book-in the new series but a continuoation of this series as well is included. I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
Disillusioned in love after a recent breakup, Jet Diekerhof moved to Marietta to start a teaching job in a nearby town and to be closer to her sister Harley. She becomes intrigued by a man who stops in the coffee shop every day and they quickly become friends. Jet is excited to learn he is her all-time favorite author, Sean S. Finley, and he is currently writing a book about the unsolved murder at the Douglas ranch. Shane is disliked by the Sheenan brothers and Jet’s sister is married to one of them. Harley forbids Jet to see Shane again. Shane Swan was born in Marietta but raised by his grandmother. After his grandmother passed away, Shane lived in foster homes until he was old enough to take care of himself. One thing he was always questioning was why his real family gave him up. He wants answers and will do anything to find them. Shane knows who is family is, but they don’t know who he is. Writing his next novel brings him back home and closer to the answers he seeks for his book and his personal life. Originally, Shane’s plan was to use Jet to get information about the Sheenans, but that plan failed when they become attracted to each other. Now they have a whole new problem. Jet is caught in the middle of a feud between Shane and the Sheenan brothers. Jet has a choice to make. Should she listen to her family or her heart? This beautifully written emotional romance was filled with lots of surprises. The characters were believable and the story kept my attention all the way to the end. It was a great way to wrap up The Taming of the Sheenans series. I would have loved to have known what really happened on the Douglas Ranch the day of the murders, but maybe that is for a future book.
EileenAW More than 1 year ago
The Lost Sheenan’s Bride (The Taming of the Shennan Brothers, book 6) by Jane Porter is the story of the missing Sheenan brother. Jet Diekerhof is the substitute teacher at the one room school house in Paradise Valley, near Marietta, Montana. Jet, trying to recover from a broken heart, has sworn off men. Jet’s sister Haley, married to Brock Sheenan, helped her find the job and a place to live. Shane Swan has been an outsider, ever since his birth. He was raised by his maternal grandmother near Flathead Lake, Montana until her death when Shane was four years old, at which time he ended up in foster care. Despite Shane being an ambitious, hard working, successful writer of non-fiction books, he continued to wonder why he was given away and not raised with his brothers. Shane decided to use Jet to get closer to the Sheenan brothers, despite never wanting to use a woman in this way. His cover for being in Marietta is that he is writing about the awful killings of the Douglas family, almost 20 years ago. McKenna, Trey Sheenan’s wife, was one of the three survivors of that brutal day. The Sheenan brothers do not want Shane to write this story, protecting one of their own. The more time Jet and Shane spend together, the more the attraction and chemistry between them grows. Throughout the time the two spend together working on Shane’s research, they also try to figure out a way for Shane to let the Sheenan brothers know who he is. This was a fun and entertaining story with likeable characters that you want to support and cheer on hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written and complex. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I really enjoyed reading this book because Jane Porter wrote a sexy, fun, small town romance that I could not put down. I loved this story as it warmed my heart. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.