About the Book
An unusual arrangement brought them together. Their clashing personalities are likely to drive them apart. Is it remotely possible that love could take them both by surprise?
Brandon Murphy is stuck. He works alone every day, out in the woods, exactly as he wanted. Trouble is, he hadn’t counted on it becoming so…mundane. So when he receives an unusual request—to show up as the arranged fiancé of an heiress in trouble—he figures he may as well. After all, they’ll have six months to decide whether to go through with the marriage. It might just be the spark his life’s been missing.
And oh, are there sparks! Just not the sort he was hoping for.
Megan Alexander is livid. Not only has her father driven away the fiancé of her choosing, but her mother has written to a complete stranger, asking him to come and fill that now-vacant role. What modern woman would consider such an arrangement? Determined not to comply with the insane deal, Megan comes up with a plan of her own: drive the crazy man who agreed to such an idea away—preferably at a run.
From their first disastrous meeting, both Brandon and Megan are certain they will never get married. Ever. But Megan’s plans for her future rely on Daddy’s goodwill, so she needs to see the six months through. And Brandon gave his promise on that time frame; he’ll be a man of his word—even if it kills him.
Six months and they can walk away. Because there’s no way they’d ever consider the alternative…is there?
Who You are is book 6 in the Murphy Brothers Stories; Christian novels full of romance and redemption. Don’t miss this family of seven brothers as they navigate through life, faith, and love.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Who You Are by Jennifer Rodewald is the second to last book in the Murphy Brothers series. We’re down to the two youngest brothers.
When Brandon chooses to accept an arranged engagement, he doesn’t anticipate a stubborn, angry, and immature fiancée. She’s not the woman he hoped to meet. But he also acknowledges he’s got some areas to work on in his life.
Brandon’s serious nature and high standards are hard for even his family to live up to (as we saw in the previous book), and it may take some one exactly like Megan to shine the light on the areas he needs to improve on.
There is some great banter between these two as they are at odds with each other. And I appreciated how their initial dislike grows to acceptance to appreciation to more. Even when it seems everything has gone wrong for these two, God’s working His good in their lives.
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