Jessie: Bride of South Carolina

Jessie: Bride of South Carolina

by Rose Gordon

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Tired of living under her father's iron thumb of control Jessie Wilcox decides to do the unthinkable: run away to Montana as a mail-order bride. The only obstacle in her way: the one hundred miles between her home in Williamsburg County and the train depot in Charleston.

Joel Cunningham is in utter disbelief when the girl he once loved beyond reason is on his front porch asking him to disobey her father's wishes and drive her to Charleston. Logic and reason scream no; his lips, however, say yes.
Will the one hundred miles ahead of them be enough to overcome the five years of painful regrets or will Jessie follow her dream for a new life in Montana?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158027574
Publisher: Parchment & Plume, LLC
Publication date: 02/28/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 210,484
File size: 434 KB

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Jessie: Bride of South Carolina 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the stories and how the characters matured In love and personal growth. Great reading.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Jessie: Bride of South Carolina by Rose Gordon Jessie Wilcox had to find a way to get away from her controlling father. Her first plan to find a job fell through. So plan two it was—she answered an ad to become a mail-order bride. Now she just needed to get to the train station undetected. Joel Cunningham was surprised to find his old friend at his door. A friend who he hadn't spoken to for five years. He had a good reason for staying clear of the spoiled little rich girl, a very good reason. She needed his help though and he had some revenge to pay he would help her. Loved this story. Two people who had been best of friends until their social standings...and other circumstances separated them. Thrown together on a ride to the train station has a way to break down all those old barriers. And maybe even repair some old bridges.