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Brant Samson advertises for a mail order bride because raising three children after the death of his beloved wife is proving to be impossible. After reading Mr. Samson's classified advertisement in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Abigail Mary Vaughn garners enough courage to respond. Her motivations are simple: She loves children, she's always dreamed of having her own family, and since she is now considered an old maid, she'll more than likely spend the rest of her life in gut-wrenching loneliness unless she does something unconventional.
Romance ~ Frontier & Pioneer ~ Western
I giggled and I SOBBED reading this. That twist was one I did not see coming, and it shattered me, just as it shattered Abby. I loved the characters, and they seemed very genuine and realistic. And I love them all.
The writing was solid, the tale told beautifully. I have a secret love for MOB genre books, and this is an author I will for sure be following. With tissues at the ready!
Bob says: 5 massive Platypires!