December Mainstream Book of the Month Poll Winner ~ Help Wanted: Wife by Fleeta Cunningham

Help Wanted: Wife by Fleeta Cunningham
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (53 pgs)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Aloe

Voted BoM by LASR Readers 2013 copy

When practical-minded rancher Cole Witherspoon decides his ranch needs a woman’s touch, he goes about filling the vacancy in the most sensible way. He places a help-wanted ad. He never suspects just how many lessons he’ll learn when an out-of-work schoolteacher answers the ad.

Cherilyn Bixby is a sensible person, capable around the house, and pretty, but she makes the mistake of wearing her best dress to meet Cole–and his huge, undisciplined dog. She’s not overly fond of dogs, nor is her big, red cat. A cat that will not be living in the barn, no matter what Cole says.

Romance is definitely in the air, but when the fur flies, Cherilyn sticks to her guns, and Cole must decide if his future just might be held in the tufted paws of Cherilyn’s beloved feline friend.



  1. loved this book ,you have to read

  2. Kimberley Court says:

    I loved Gavril of Aquina by Aurrora St. James. Best fantasy book I have read in a long time.

  3. Sue Reading says:

    Fleeta Cunningham’s “Help Wanted: Wife” is wonderful to read because she creates really good characters and very believable scenarios. I love the way she uses words!

  4. Gavril just enthralls

  5. Gavril is an awesome book. Can’t wait for the next one.

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