This is book 6 in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series.
Lady Sarah Lacey has always let the dictates of society direct her choices, but when her carriage is wrecked and her maid gets sick she throws it all out the door to see her sister in Scotland. WIth no other avenue to take, she convinces Professor Braeden McKinnon to take her the rest of the way to her destination. She didn't count on her saying a few little words binding her to a stranger for life.
Racing home to get a much anticipated letter, Braeden didn't need the added distraction and the extra time that it would take to escort Sarah to her sister, but he couldn't say no to her. What should have been a couple of days ride, ended up taking much longer and earning himself a bride.
Can this unlikely pair make a go of their marriage?
I really liked Braeden. He put up with a lot from Sarah; she was really pretty high handed with him. Although I didn't like Sarah at the beginning of the story, she did begin to grow on me.
I liked the concept of the story and thought is was different from others in this genre. Over all, it was a very enjoyable read.