Mail Order Bride: The Crippled Bride and The Ambitious Miner (Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book1, #1)

Mail Order Bride: The Crippled Bride and The Ambitious Miner (Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book1, #1)

by Faye Sonja
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Mail Order Bride: The Crippled Bride and The Ambitious Miner (Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book1, #1) by Faye Sonja

It's 1849, the beginning of the California gold rush, and in this book, opposites attract, when Ava, the crippled daughter of a politician, flees to the wild land of Gold Creek, to marry wild & ambitious miner, Jackson.  

Ava hated politician! What will happen when Ava discovers that her new husband has political ambitions, an arrogant streak, and a struggling gold mine?

Can a man with ambition and power such as Jackson ever learn to accept anything less than perfect?

Gold Creek is nothing like Ava ever imagined. Wild, unruly, the town matches her new husband.

Ava is thirty-one, beautiful and brave, but with a heartbreaking past, and a crippling injury.

She's always had everything she needed financially, but now this has CHANGED.

She has lost everything . . . . .

 Crippled Ava and her Ma have been thrown out onto the street by her cruel father- a politician! They have no way of survival. She needs to make a plan, to save them both from poverty, from a life begging on the street.

Gold Creek . . . and Jackson Abrams, are her ONLY option.

When events seem desperate, Ava makes a strong, desperate decision: to travel to the other side of the country to marry a man she has never met. Jackson promises that his gold mine can provide for him, Ava, and her struggling mama.

Join Ava on her journey cross-country to Gold Creek, where she meets the powerful and devastatingly handsome Jackson Abrams, who has the love and respect of the town, but hidden secrets, and a blind spot when it comes to love and business. He has a picture-perfect vision for his life, and Ava - with her crippling injury - worries that he can't see past the imperfections.

“Take the journey with Ava and Jackson, as they learn to open up, love, trust in God's plan, and to see the beauty in imperfection. “

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940152755343
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
Publication date: 12/17/2015
Series: Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book1 , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 9,170
File size: 431 KB

About the Author

Faye Sonja is a multi-voiced writer who aspires to use different voices in telling her stories, seeing characters coming alive through the multi-faceted writing styles give her great satisfaction.

As a young girl, Faye Sonja has been fascinated with stories of the Old West, especially the theme of Mail Order Bride where a woman will find the courage to leave her homeland, take the plunge to seek out the love of her life out there in the unknown land.

Such an act requires bravery, such an act requires faith. It takes a woman with strong Christian faith to step out on such a pursuit for her love.

It is Faye's desire that readers will once again have the courage to believe in love again from reading her books, to be inspired through the characters in her story who through perseverance, in the face of obstacles, overcame the hurdles using that simple faith and belief of theirs. 

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Mail Order Bride: The Crippled Bride and The Ambitious Miner (Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book1, #1) 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simple read
Anonymous 16 days ago
Many holes in the plot and places where "time skips" were not properly identified or well written. Very little shown character development- It's like the reader is just supposed to assume the characters changed or were never thinking what seemed to be a logical conclusions to the reader. The writer constantly uses the same words- not a bad thing entirely but leaves the reader feeling like they already read this page or chapter. Main Character randomly becomes spiritual- Leaving reader confused by the amount of religious talk towards the end of the story. Book leaves no lasting impression- It's pretty boring and you really just force yourself to finish it but if you want a slightly below average book and a quick read. Go for it. ~~SMALL SEMI SPOILER~~ It's confusing when the main charter says "I have money and sent for your mom" and then in the next chapter says "Now we can finally send for your mom" after they find "money" and no one addresses either statement.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
not worth the 1/2 hr.too many holes in plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has to be the worst book I have forced myself to read. This is a 5th grade level and maybe lower. Author needs a different job. Kathy
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. Thanks for making it free. Will look forward to reading more books from u! Thank-you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's not just the simplistic language , it's also the grammar and usage of the same word to explain the word . 60 pages of preachy religious boring material. Don't bother!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read