Bet You'll Marry Me

Bet You'll Marry Me

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First published as a short story in Debbie Macomber's Family Affair

In Darlene Panzera's debut full-length romance, an entire town places a bet on just whom pretty Jenny O'Brien will marry . . . and her choice surprises them all!

Marry her and win

When tall, handsome out-of-towner Nick Chandler first sets eyes on Jenny O'Brien, she's storming into the Bets & Burgers Cafe, wielding a broom and threatening the safety of every man in sight. Hey, he figures, she's got the right to be annoyed--the whole town seems to be laying bets on whom Jenny will marry.

Nick's annoyed as well. He didn't think he'd have to propose to romance the land away from her, but to save his sister and his ill-fated business, he jumps into the fray and bets $10,000 that Jenny will marry him.

Now the only thing stopping him from seizing her land . . . may be his own heart.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 106.68 x 170.18 x 25.4mm | 136.08g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0062252569
  • 9780062252562
  • 995,968

Rating details

117 ratings
3.86 out of 5 stars
5 31% (36)
4 33% (39)
3 29% (34)
2 5% (6)
1 2% (2)

Our customer reviews

Overall I liked Bet You'll Marry Me. It is a decent love story about a cowgirl trying to save her family's ranch and a guy who wants to marry her to get his hands that ranch. Unfortunately there were a few things that annoyed me about the book. I felt like I started reading this story right in the middle. There was no build up to the plot, no getting to know the characters at all before disaster had struck. And while the plot was interesting, I kind of felt the whole 'betting' thing was run into the ground. Then we have the romance. I really did not feel it between Jenny and Nick. Maybe if the story had been longer we could have seen their feeling for each other grow. I also did not agree with how he assumed that once he married her he would just have the right to sell her ranch. The ending was just another perfectly tied up HEA. It was very predictable and expected. No surprises here. So would I read it again? No, not unless I totally ran out of books to read. I am happy I did read it, I just wished I had enjoyed it more
by Dani Chapman
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