Alexandrina Fosgave came to Seattle to start a new life as a schoolteacher, not as a bride. She knows she doesn't have much experience, and wonders why she was chosen over more qualified applicants. So she has more than a few doubts on her mind.
James Wallin is the fourth of the Wallin brothers, of Wallin Landing, set to collect the new teacher, because he has a way with words and knows how to charm the ladies. But when they get lost in the wilderness, James offers to marry her to save her reputation.
James a nice young man not typically at a loss for words, and he can usually find the humor in everything. James is kind and understanding and comes up with a new name for Alexandrina in her fresh start, "Rina." He has quick wit, and soon finds out that Rina can give as good as she gets.
Rina has a passion for helping children and finds ways to creatively inspire constructive behavior.
Overall, a wonderfully engaging story with well written characters that you can't help but cheer for the entire way through. There was great dialogue and humor, and I loved revisiting Wallin Landing.
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