An Engagement in Seattle

An Engagement in Seattle Aleksandr Berinksi is a Russian biochemist in the U S on a visa that is about to expire Marriage will allow him to staymarriage to Julia Conrad If Julia s going to save her Seattle based company she

  • Title: An Engagement in Seattle
  • Author: Debbie Macomber
  • ISBN: 9780778329183
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aleksandr Berinksi is a Russian biochemist in the U.S on a visa that is about to expire Marriage will allow him to staymarriage to Julia Conrad If Julia s going to save her Seattle based company, she needs him as much as he needs her There s a Groom Wanted in Julia s life And not just any groom A billboard on the side of a Seattle road is common enoughbut one advertiAleksandr Berinksi is a Russian biochemist in the U.S on a visa that is about to expire Marriage will allow him to staymarriage to Julia Conrad If Julia s going to save her Seattle based company, she needs him as much as he needs her There s a Groom Wanted in Julia s life And not just any groom A billboard on the side of a Seattle road is common enoughbut one advertising for a bride It s Chase Goodwin s solution to the problem of finding a wife quickly, a wife to bring home to Alaska Lesley Campbell has her own reasons for respondingand in no time she s the Bride Wanted in Chase s life

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    1. What an interesting concept the author used putting up a bill board to advertise for a wife, made me think this guy must have a lot of money. Then the response to the advertisement, kind of shocking and sad in some ways, but life has a way of intercepting all of this, and thus the story we embark on.This is not the usual boy meets girl story and then happy ending, but it does have a lot of twists and turns and then Alaska enters the fold, and not just a city in the big state, but a blip on the m [...]

    2. This book caught my eye because of a man advertising for a bride on a billboard. But what kept me reading was the way he treated her with so much kindness and genuine interest in her. But likewise what keeps me from giving this more than 3 stars was partially how well he treated her. She was constantly doing her own thing and never treated him as well and that really bothered me. In the end I was also frustrated with how fast everything moved. I guess I just enjoy the courtship more than I enjoy [...]

    3. This book was first published in 2011. It's part of the From this Day forward series. The two books in this volume are Groom Wanted and Bride Wanted. They are typical Debbie Macomber romances that have two strong couples. The couples in this book both start as marriages of conveniences that grow into love. Groom Wanted has a Russian chemist helping out business owner to save her company. Bride wanted has a man living in Alaska who want companionship and a friend as he's working in a town of 40 p [...]

    4. Two books in one.Groom WantedA very forgetful book. Alex needs to marry Julia to stay in the US. Julia needs to marry Alex to make her company successful. Alex is a biochemist and Julia's company sells paint! How exciting is that?!?She only agrees to marry him to save her company, however, he insists if they get married, it has to be a "real" marriage -- read sex.Bride WantedOn the back cover of this book (and the GoodReads description as well), the hero is called "Chase Goodwin." However, on th [...]

    5. I usually don't give a reviews for book I don't like, but honestly both the guys and the women in this book really made me mad. There are two couple and in both the case the only thing that seemed to be the reason they love each others was sex. both story could have more potential but really I struggled to reach the book end.The women really whine a lot. The men are too bossy (I thought the books were written in the 80s).Honestly there are still women who still allow men to push them around like [...]

    6. This is a 475 page Debbie Macomber book with 2 complete stories in it and predictable in that it is a romance story as you would expect. However, this is probably my latest favorite Macomber book of all that I've read. Not too many characters, the 2 stories are completely independent of each other, and a well worn, but still engaging plot. Fun characters, giggly comments, sexual tension--but no sex, and just a total escapism book. My copy was sat on by my friend's children, but it's still readab [...]

    7. When I first read this, I gave it 3 stars since I thought the first was "ok" and the second I "really liked". However, in retrospect, I really didn't like either of them. I hated the characters in the first one (except Jerry; I did like him) and thought the story was terrible. In the second one, I actually did like the characters, but thought this story was also really bad. I'm a huge Macomber fan, but I just couldn't like either of these books. I still kept 2 stars because the second book was o [...]

    8. This is a two for one Debbie Macomber. That is always a good thing. The first story is about a woman that marries a man to save her company. The second is about a man that so wants a wife that he advertises on a billboard.Both are cute. Typical Debbie Macomber.

    9. I was disappointed. I read through the first book "Groom Wanted." I found myself getting frustrated with the plot going round and round. Does the main character soften her heart and love him or does she continue to mistrust? Over and over again. I stopped reading after this. It just got on my nerves.

    10. This is the first two book in the "From This Day Forward" Series.#1 Groom Wanted#2 Bride Wanted#3 Marriage WantedI have all 3 books seperately from their previous publication, so am not getting this 2-in-1 book.

    11. Debbie Macomber really knows how to tell a story. She pulls her readers into her stories with characters that are genuine and slightly flawed. Her storytelling moves quickly without getting bogged down in details and we want her characters to find their happily ever afters.Chase Goodman works for the pipeline in Alaska. He is tired of spending the seemingly endless winters alone and is looking for a woman to share his life with. Chase gives himself 3 weeks in Seattle to find the perfect bride. T [...]

    12. *** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ***Two brides in prearranged marriages learn that things aren't as bad as they seem in An Engagement in Seattle by Debbie Macomber. Aleksandr Berinski's visa is about to expire and he needs to get married. He knows that he has the ability to help Julia Conrad’s Seattle based company and uses this to strike a quid pro quo deal with her. They agree to help each other in a business manner, but the sparks quickly fly between them.Chase Goodwin po [...]

    13. An Engagement in Seattle by Debbie Macomber • BRIDE WANTEDOnce again one of my most favorite authors has done it again, and about the most beautiful place I've ever seen Alaska! Yep what a perfected combination. Debbie Macomber makes everything flow together seamlessly. Chase fly's to Seattle from Twin Creeks in search of a bride. He's determined to being one home with him Even taking out an ad on a billboard. Then he meets Lesley, an elementary school teacher who has had her heart broken (you [...]

    14. Not exactly her best ever book. However, the one story with the billboard and Chase----- I liked a lot the other was so so. I must say I was a little disappointed for this is one of my favorite authors. So I backed up and read it again. This time, I can say I gave it four stars instead of 2. I liked her characters and her way of writing the stories. I absolutely adored the billboard romance. It was different and had twists I did not expect! I would of liked more on this one. As for the other it [...]

    15. Single Chase wanted a wife but he lived in Alaska where basically he would always be single as there were no women living there. So he decided to go to Seattle and buy a billboard advertising he was looking for a wife.Lesley had her heart broken 6 months prior by her fiancé and wasn’t looking to get hurt again.She accidentally meets Chase not realizing the billboard was his.Chase interviews many women but his heart is with Lesley. Can he convince her to marry him and move to a very, very smal [...]

    16. Two Love stories taking place in Seattle advertising for a bride to bring back to Alaska. How Chase meets the woman he will marry and fall in love with as they marry within a short time after her broken engagement a few months earlier. Cute stories by author I like.First story was about marrying a man who works for her company who will be sent back to Russia since the visa will expire. They also eventually fall in love after marrying. Trust issues of each

    17. I enjoyed An Engagement in Seattle. It's two books in one -- from a prospective bride's and a prospective groom's point of view (they are not marrying each other). It's a little tame and there is more repetition of facts the author has already presented than I prefer, but the stories themselves were original and held my attention. If you're looking for a sweet romance, this is a good choice.

    18. Debbie Macomber books are timeless. Sure some technology has changed but people are all pretty much the same. We need family and friends and go through trials and experience amazing highs and sometimes tremendous sorrow. It's definitely worthwhile time spent reading books written by Debbie Macomber. My only problem is she's written so many, I'll never read them all. :))

    19. Lesley's fiance dumped her a few months before their wedding and married someone else. It's awkward, because all three of them teach at the same Seattle elementary school. When Chase stops an attempted robbery, she wonders if maybe she can trust another man--but of course, there are other complications. Debbie's books are always pleasant escapist reading for me, and this one was no exception.

    20. Two short stories that were sweet and easy reads when I was working crazy hours and was only able to read a little bit at a time. I enjoy anything Ms. Macomber writes and helps me get away even for a few minutes that craziness of every day life

    21. I love Debbie Macomber and this book was no exception. Pure love and romance with quite a twist. A love story that was accidental and even more beautiful because of that. Started with a broken heart and haven't we all been there? Good dialogue, well drawn characters. I enjoyed it all.

    22. An enjoyable Sunday afternoon read with a couple of twists and turns in this standard Macomber H.E.A. Debbie Macomber fans will devour this one!

    23. This book seems to be a bit different from what you normally expect from Debbie Macomber. It was interesting, I liked it.

    24. Two wonderful love stories involving people who have locked up hearts taking a chance on love. I enjoyed these two stories as I do all of Ms. Macomber's books.

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