A New Mexico Mail Order Bride 3

A New Mexico Mail Order Bride 3

by Montana West

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A New Mexico Mail Order Bride 3 by Montana West

#3 of 3 - MUST READ FOR MAIL ORDER BRIDE ROMANCE LOVERS!

New Mexico rancher has a large inheritance and larger problems when local girl, Rita Martinez decides to stop at nothing to win his hand...and his lands. Will a mail order bride be the answer to Joseph's prayers? Or will the Chicago woman just add to Joseph's stable of troubles?

Six months after his father's passing, New Mexico bachelor Joseph Carillo has a large inheritance and even larger problems in the form of Rita Martinez, a young woman who will stop at nothing to snare Joseph and more importantly his money. Desperate to find someone who will love him and not just his money, Joseph places an advertisement seeking a mail order bride. But when the woman of his prayers arrives from Chicago, will Joseph and Melissa stand a chance against Rita's scheming? And is Melissa really smitten by Joseph, or does she have designs on his inheritance as well? Read the riveting conclusion in Book 3 of 3 of the A New Mexico Mail Order Bride serial.

Note: If you'd prefer to read this all at once, just grab the boxed set.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150987333
Publisher: Global Grafx Press
Publication date: 10/28/2015
Series: New Mexico Mail Order Bride (Christian Mail Order Bride Romance) , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 188,906
File size: 744 KB

About the Author

Ever since she was a child watching Westerns like Hondo and the Big Valley with her dad, Montana West has always had a fascination with the Wild West. Now she lives on her Indiana farm with her husband, Jim, two cats, four horses and an elderly goat named Bluebeard. Montana and Jim are avid collectors of the work of artists of the American West, her favorites of the Hudson River School whose artists like Thomas Hill celebrated nature through their transformative works.

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