She’s looking for companionship and dreams of love. He’s loved and lost, and isn’t looking for a replacement to fill his heart. Mia and Caleb discover that there are many types of love, but can they find it in each other or will they lose it forever?
Haunted by the ghosts of his past, Caleb Henley is in trouble. As the preacher of the congregation of Whiskey River, he finds himself with two small children alone, caring for his farm, and attending to the needs of his congregation a near impossibility. With no other options in sight, he decides to take a wife.
In financial trouble and lonely, Mia Flynn agrees to marry Caleb, knowing he only wants a housekeeper and a babysitter to care for his children and not a real wife. However, she hasn’t given up on the dream of falling in love one day. But can Caleb open his heart and let love in?
Join Mia, Caleb, and all your favorite citizens of Whiskey River as love takes the reins in this all-new romantic adventure!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Preacher Caleb Henley is still trying to find his footing and an equal balance between his children, the farm, his parishioners, and the church. After losing his wife his life was thrown out of balance, and Caleb is now thinking to take some of stress off of him he needs to take another wife...but in name only. Nobody will ever be able to replace his Jessica. Mia Flynn is discovering that living in New York without a roommate is more difficult that she would've thought. Working as a dance girl and taking some extra sewing, she's barely surviving. To try and better her situation and in the hopes of seeing her best friend again, she asks Ella to set her up as a mail-order bride. Knowing Caleb's requirements for his bride and agreeing to the terms, Mia can't help but hope Caleb will be able to fall in love with her and help her to create her "dream" family. Will Caleb be able to find it in his heart to love again? Or will Mia constantly have to live in the shadow of the woman who holds Caleb's heart? Compared to other stories in this series, this one definitely has more angst and heartbreak. However, given the situation it's understandably needed.