Practically Married

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She moved to a new town to marry her fiancé. Instead, she’s burying him.

Ashley Johnson moved to northern Michigan to finally meet her fiancé face-to-face, but she arrived in time to attend his funeral. With no home back in Ohio, she decides to stay in what would have been their house, except his cousin Russ lives there too, and Russ has never heard of Ashley. To complicate matters, her fiancé accidentally willed her the family farm house. Eager to please everyone and desperate to disappoint no one, she proposes a marriage of convenience that could solve her and Russ’ problems, if they can get past her aunt, his sisters, and an ex-girlfriend.


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  • 5
    A page turner!

    Posted by Sandra Hart on Sep 7th 2020

    This contemporary romance snagged my interest immediately. There are twists and turns throughout that kept me turning pages. This romance doesn’t follow the normal pattern, making the story more intriguing. I loved the honesty of the characters. I felt that I knew them by the end of the story. I’ll look for more books by this author!

  • 5
    Practiacally Married is delightful

    Posted by Cindy Huff on Jan 24th 2020

    The author took a what-if moment and kept ramping up the next bump in the road as Ashley and Russ try to make it to the altar for their marriage of convenience. Throw in disapproving family, an ex-girlfriend and a will that anchors Ashley to Russ’s family for better or worse. On their journey, they discover things about themselves and how much the other is far more than a convenience. From the first chapter to the final scene Karin Beery kept me entertained. So fun. I can’t wait to read more of her work.

  • 5
    5 things about Practically Married

    Posted by Naomi C on Oct 15th 2019

    5 things to look for in Practically Married 1)Marriage of Convenience 2)Florida vs Michigan winters 3)Lots of coffee<3 4)The joys and stress factors of a large family. 5) What is it I want (not dependent on pleasing others)