Mail-order mishaps : 4 brides adapt when marriage plans go awry
The Bride’s Dilemma by Susan Page Davis: Wyoming, 1883. Eve Martin arrives in Cheyenne to learn that man she came to marry is in jail, accused of a violent murder. Should she get on the next eastbound train, or has God brought her here to help save Caleb Blair’s life? -- Romancing the Rancher by Linda Ford: Montana, 1886. Amelia expects a safe home for herself and her niece as mail-order bride to Zach Taggerty. Only Zach has never heard of her, and the last thing he needs is more complications in his life. -- The Marriage Sham by Vickie McDonough: Texas, 1888. Mail-order bride Zola Bryant is devastated. Her newlywed husband is dead. But even worse, they were never truly married because the man who wed them was an outlaw not a preacher. What will she do now that her life and reputation are in tatters? -- The Galway Girl by Erica Vetsch: Kansas, 1875. A mail-order mix-up sends Irish lass Maeve O’Reilly to the Swedish community of Lindsborg, Kansas. Will Kaspar Sandberg consider it a happy accident or a disaster to be rectified as soon as possible?
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