"An amusing lightearted romp"
Six months ago her fiancÈ jilted Suzanne Greenway at
the altar, leading the reporter to renounce marriage as
simply a bad deal definitely not for her. It is therefore
ironic that her editor sends Suzanne to cover the Annual
Matchmaking Festival in the aptly named Bliss, Montana. She
is one of the only single female in town not seeking a male.
Owen Chase has no time for dating because his plate is
overflowing with responsibilities from his ranch and caring
for his deceased sister's children. In spite of his
situation, many of the ladies in Bliss, including a
visiting reporter, consider him prime marital beef. If he
will only find the time for Suzanne and if she will only
move past her previous rejection, this duo could share a
lifetime of happiness together.
Kristine Rolofson writes an amusing lightearted romp
that stars two nice lead characters and a cast of
eccentrics. A WIFE FOR OWEN CHASE is funny because of the
antics of the ensemble that enables the humor to overcome a
shallow story line. Fans who enjoy an agreeable
contemporary romance filled with mirth and a wink or two
will want to relax with Ms. Rolofoson's cheerful tale.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 19, 2001