Compassionate Bride And The Cowboy's Orphan Child (Mail Order Brides of the West)

Compassionate Bride And The Cowboy's Orphan Child (Mail Order Brides of the West)

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by Terri Grace
     
 

A Wonderful Clean 15 Minute Historical Romance Short Read.

When Hugo Ballinger’s millionaire brother and sister-in-law die tragically, he fears that their insistence on adopting a child will lead to nothing but trouble. But his attempt to cancel the adoption is too late and Amanda Muller turns up on his doorstep with little Hector in her arms.

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A Wonderful Clean 15 Minute Historical Romance Short Read.

When Hugo Ballinger’s millionaire brother and sister-in-law die tragically, he fears that their insistence on adopting a child will lead to nothing but trouble. But his attempt to cancel the adoption is too late and Amanda Muller turns up on his doorstep with little Hector in her arms. Hugo’s hard heart is challenged and changed by what he witnesses in the days that follow.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152686319
Publisher:
Clean Christian Romance
Publication date:
03/23/2016
Series:
Mail Order Brides of the West
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
4,126
File size:
590 KB

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Compassionate Bride And The Cowboy's Orphan Child (Mail Order Brides of the West) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A free book is a free book and you get what you pay for. This seemed like an outline for a full novel. The characters were described but not fleshed out enough to connect with. I would like to see this developed into a true novel instead of a few pages summarizing a story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good and well written but i did not think that what the author calls a short story would be only 7 pages. This author needs to put more into her writing if she wants us to purchase more of her books. Good thing this was free.