The Husband Campaign by Regina Scott
Publisher: Love Inspired
Series: The Master Matchmaker(Book 3)
Goodreads Summary:The moment John, Lord Hascot, encounters a young woman sheltering in his abandoned stable, his future is sealed. To prevent scandal—and protect Lady Amelia Jacoby from her parents’ ire—he must propose. John’s ability to trust vanished when his former love married his twin brother. Yet he offers Amelia everything she could want—except affection.
Amelia sees John’s true nature shine through when he cares for his horses. But the brooding aristocrat seems determined to keep her at arm’s length. Little by little Amelia will turn Hollyoak Farm into a home, but can she turn a marriage of convenience into a joyful union?
Amelia was running from a fight with her mother and ended up in the stable of John’s farm. He finds her and she spends the night sleeping in the stable with him keeping watch. The only way that Amelia’s reputation will remain intact is for John to propose. At first Amelia thinks she finds a way to avoid marring John but her parents get their way and she is soon wed to a man who does not love her. She hopes to run his house and with time win his heart.
This is the third and last book in this series. I very much enjoyed this book.
What I liked: Amelia so wanted her father to love her. Yet he marries her off for his own gain. Even though her situation is frustrating she remains positive and works to get to know her husband and make her marriage work. John see’s through her father’s antics and wants to do right by Amelia but he struggles with his past. He has closed off his heart due to another woman’s rejection. I thought both main characters did a good job of working through their trials.
What I did not like: This book was very well written and nothing really bothered me in this book.
Overall this was a good book. There was some suspense in this book though a little predictable. I also liked how the horses were written about in this book. Made for some funny moments. This book can be read as a stand alone but I highly recommend going back and reading the series from the beginning.
This was a great series! I liked how it used the people who worked for the aristocrats to help them find love. The series over all was well written and very enjoyable and I recommend it highly. The cover pictures where great to look at. They helped me to imagine the characters and how they interacted in the books.
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.