Once Upon a Mail Order Bride
Outlaw Mail Order Brides #4
On Sale: November 24, 2020
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Fiction | Romance Suspense
"Linda Broday's heroes step right out of her books and into your heart."—Jodi Thomas, New York Times bestselling author
When the West was wild and man's law favored the few, these extraordinary women could be found...in the heart of an outlaw.
Accused of crimes he didn't commit, ex-preacher Ridge Steele is forced to give up everything he knew and make his home with outlaws. Desperate for someone to confide in, he strikes up correspondence with mail-order bride Adeline Jancy, finding in her the open heart he's been searching for. Upon her arrival, Ridge discovers Addie only communicates through the written word, but he knows a little of what trauma can do to a person and vows to stand by her side.
Addie is eager to start a new life with the kind ex-preacher and the little boy she's stolen away from her father—a zealot priest of a terrorized flock. As her small family settles into life at Hope's Crossing, she even begins to find the voice, and confidence, she'd lost so long ago.
But danger is not far behind, and her father will not be denied. While Addie desperately fights the man who destroyed her childhood, a determined Ridge races to the rescue. The star-crossed lovers will need more than prayers to survive this final challenge...and find their way back to each other again.
Outlaw Mail Order Brides
1 comment posted.
Re: Once Upon a Mail Order Bride
Sandra, thank you so much for reading and reviewing this
book. I had a man recently ask me if there were such
things as mail order brides. They filled a large part of
our history following the Civil War. It was sad that women
became so desperate for a family of their own that they
undertook such a risky move. Unlike so many, my ladies all
found what they were looking for. After all, romances need
a happy ending. But thank you so much for letting Ridge
and Addie into your heart for a little while. They will
always remain in mine.
(Linda Broday 11:38am Monday)
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