Mail Order Bride: Free At Last In California. Sick of the taunts from the inhabitants of her small town, above average weight Jocelyn had endured numerous insults since she was a small child. An ad for mail order brides spurred her to act and she wrote to the company and was matched up with a rancher in California who wanted a wife with a sense of adventure.
Mail Order Bride: Margaret's Jewish Cowboy, is a story about two damaged people finding love, thanks to the assistance of one small town religious leader. The latter encourages crotchety Jed to advertise for a mail order bride and without warning, because of a mistake, one shows up on his doorstep. The trouble is -- she has had a checkered past just like he has.
Mail Order Bride: An Orphan Finds Her Parents. Sally was a devout Christian orphan girl living simply in New York City until a friend handed her a letter, which would change her life forever.
Mail Order Bride: Wolf At The Door, is about a high society woman who decides to become a mail order bride to a lonely outpost operator in Oregon. She has no idea about the rigorous path which lies ahead.
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About the Author
Amy Rollins was born in California and has lived there her entire life. She has a husband, two adult children, and a large garden, which she grows most of her food in. She also takes care of a menagerie, which includes three cats, a gigantic rabbit called Roger, a rescued donkey and a large, white, old horse, which was called Boney but now is more like a water barrel! Her favorite genre for the Christian literature she writes is mail order brides.