Image of The Man Must Marry


Image of The Man Must Marry

Death won't stop a determined matchmaker in this offbeat and charming new tale. Chapman's gift for creating characters you love spending time with is on full display in this first of what appears to be a trilogy. A wonderful way to escape the world's daily pressures!

Willa Kent's big heart tends to get her in trouble. When shipping magnate Bram Sinclair confesses that he's dying, she agrees to help him by voting his proxy to select which one of his three beloved grandsons will run the business. It turns out that Bram has much more up his sleeve; he dies before Willa can cast her vote, and it turns out Bram left most of the company to her on the condition she marry one of his grandsons.

From the first, Sam Sinclair and Willa strike sparks off each other. Sam is a bit surprised to find himself captivated by this klutzy yet formidable young woman, and given the circumstances, how can he ever convince Willa of his true feelings? (POCKET STAR, Nov., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith