North Star Brides by Erica Vetsch
Publisher: Barbour Books
Goodreads Summary: Minnesota tycoon Abraham Kennebrae is in the business of love when he plans to marry his grandsons to the wealthiest heiresses in town. The trouble is the brothers and their future brides aren’t happy about the prospect. Jonathan desperately wants to keep his fortune while Melissa wants to protect her deepest secret and her heart. Noah flees to the safety of Sutton Island where he unexpectedly meets his would-be bride, Anastasia. Eli is betrothed to marry Clarice Zahn, yet it is her younger sister, Josie, who truly has eyes for the groom. Can true love result from mismatched matchmaking?
This book contains three stories. The overall plot has to do with the grandfather of the three brothers. He wants them to all marry ladies who are the daughters of three businessmen he wants to be in business with. Of course none of the three grandsons want any part of his plan and each story is one of the grandsons trying to get out of the marriage yet they all find themselves falling for the women he chose for them.
I really liked this book. Even though it is three different stories they flow so well together I almost forgot it was not just one book. All three of the stories had strong characters and good plots.
What I liked: This book was quite enjoyable. I liked how all three stories though separate tied together and made it feel more like one book then three shorter stories. I liked all the characters and thought that all three of the stories were quite good. The plots of all three stories were well written. They did not feel like short stories.
What I did not like: This was a good book and there was not much I did not like. The overall idea of the grandfather forcing his grandsons to marry who he choose or they would be disowned seemed a little far fetched but it was still an enjoyable story.
Overall this was a great book and I highly recommend it. I live on Lake Superior so I really enjoyed the setting of Duluth Minnesota and also the lighthouse and time on the ship made it a well rounded book if you’re interested in the great lakes. Grab this fun historical fiction you will not be disappointed!
DISCLOSURE: I was provided a free copy of this ebook from the publisher through NetGalley to review it. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.