The Mail Order Bride

The Mail Order Bride

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by Diana Bold
     
 

Luke Chandler has been pushing people away ever since he was permanently injured during the war. Tired of seeing him alone, his interfering brother orders him a mail order bride. Widowed Sarah Montgomery answers the ad, only to discover that the last thing Luke wants is a wife. Stranded at his remote Colorado home, she's forced to accept his reluctant hospitality.…  See more details below

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Luke Chandler has been pushing people away ever since he was permanently injured during the war. Tired of seeing him alone, his interfering brother orders him a mail order bride. Widowed Sarah Montgomery answers the ad, only to discover that the last thing Luke wants is a wife. Stranded at his remote Colorado home, she's forced to accept his reluctant hospitality. Soon she realizes that there's more to this brooding stranger than she ever imagined. Can she convince him that the last thing he ever wanted is the one thing he needs most?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600880759
Publisher:
Cobblestone Press
Publication date:
02/25/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
466,057
File size:
309 KB

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The Mail Order Bride 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
READERADDICT More than 1 year ago
I LIKE THIS KIND OF BOOK. IT IS NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED. THE PLOT TO ME WAS GOOD, IT HAS 111 PAGES BUT SEEMS LONGER THAN THAT. BASICALLY HE WAS PUSHING THE MAIL ORDER BRIDE AWAY, YET DID NOT WANT HER TO LEAVE HIM. HIS SELF ESTEEM IS LOW DUE TO HIS PAST.
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IMNSHO More than 1 year ago
Expecting a light romantic novel with a predictable, but sweet plot, I was not prepared for it being gross - example - the male character bares all from the waist down and swears to the female, who has traveled 2,000 miles to marry him, that if she does him a "personal favor" he will marry her. YUK. This is truly an awful book.