* Review * FALLING FOR THE WRONG BROTHER by Michelle Major

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* Review * FALLING FOR THE WRONG BROTHER by Michelle MajorFalling for the Wrong Brother by Michelle Major
Series: Maggie & Griffin
Published by Harlequin Special Edition on September 1, 2018
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Minutes from marrying...the wrong groom!

Book one of the Maggie & Griffin trilogy

Runaway bride Mayor Maggie Spencer doesn’t anticipate the fallout from fleeing her wedding. But both the town’s rival families are in turmoil, and her reputation is in question. And riding to her rescue is her ex’s brother! Once, bad boy Griffin Stone ran from challenges, but now, though the timing and the town are against them, he’ll have to fight—for Maggie and their forbidden love.


Small town mayhem! With a the departure of the norm, Michelle Major brings us a new cozy small town to fall in love with, Stonecreek, Oregon .. but with a twist! Maggie and Griffin get three books instead of one! It’s not what we’re used to, but I can see potential greatness with having this much time to develop their relationship. We don’t get the traditional happily ever after in this book, but we get another book starring the same two characters over the next two months to enjoy. Overall, this book was fast paced, had a lot of drama developed into a short time, and gave us a good foundation to build this union. I’m enjoying it and looking forward to book two!

Mayor Maggie Spencer expected to be starting her married life, but instead found herself fleeing her own wedding. She doesn’t expect the backlash it brings, and sets out to repair her reputation in any way possible. Only, she’s starting to fall for the one guy that will never be forgiven … the brother of the groom, and the guy that helped her escape her wedding!

Griffin Stone is the black sheep of the Stone family and only back in town to do a special project at his family’s vineyard. He’s never fit in here, and he doesn’t plan to stay … but the feelings he’s having for the Mayor of the town just might change that!


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