"The rich and poor don't mix!"
With these words, 18 year old Madeline Conner has two weeks to leave her dear mother and her home in Seattle.
After reading a very unusual request for a mail order bride, she travels to Conrad, Montana to meet her cowboy groom, whose letter said, "I love surprises more than just about anything else..."
According to Seth Lawson, he has a balanced life - working hard all week & playing hard all weekend. Whiskey and him are slowly becoming best friends. But his older brother, Samuel, has had enough of Seth heading down the wrong path - so young Seth is about to get the surprise of his life.
A romantic story about finding a place, and a person to call home.
About Seasons Sons & Daughters...
Just like the first 4 books, it too is set in Conrad, however, 10 years have gone by.
Doc Lawson's six children are now just about all grown up, and so too is the garrulous & handsome Earl "Junior" Mason.
It's now the youngsters' turn to experience the joy of love and marriage. Matchmaking & mail order brides (and one lucky husband) seem like just the ticket!
After all, it worked out just fine for their parents -- what could possibly go wrong?
Catch up with the original Seasons brides - Charlotte, Beth, Alice & Belle; their very lucky husbands - Thomas, Earl, Gabe & Simon 'Doc' Lawson; Sheriff Calhoun & his pie-baking wife Louise & the ever-listening & ever-watching, Miss Mabel Clay.
Meet new folk too - like Mr. Morton Campbell, a newspaper man with a very theatrical flair.
The Seasons Mail Order Bride series:
Series 1 - Seasons
Book One - Charlotte's Summer
Book Two - Falling for Beth
Book Three - Alice in Winterland
Book Four - Spring Belle
Series 2 - Seasons Sons & Daughters
Book One - Madeline's Match
Book Two - Hannah's Hope
Book Three - Sarah's Choice
Book Four - Stella's Fella
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A delightful and sweet, clean romance of Madeline and Seth's romance. A wonderful read, it was great reading about the previous characters: Charlotte and Thomas; Beth and Earl Senior; Belle and Doc Lawson; and of course Junior (Earl, Junior), who is now a young man of 18. Great ending to a delightful storyline. Happy Reading!****vrnb****