Essay on mail order brides by marcusxbbj - issuu
Linda Bridey lives in New Mexico with her three dogs; a German shepherd, chocolate Labrador retriever, and a black Pug. She became fascinated with Montana and decided to combine that fascination with her fictional romance writing. Linda chose to write about mail-order-brides because of the bravery of these women who left everything and everyone to take a trek into the unknown. The Westward series books are her first publications.
Mail Order Brides Essay - 428863 - Efnic
Bored socialite Tessa craves adventure, and finds it when she becomes a mail order bride to Montana rancher and widowed father Dean Samuels. Can this pair — as different as night and day — find love?
is the story of a mail order marriage gone bad.
After a disastrous experience as a mail-order bride, Jenny was convinced she would never experience the joy of love and having children.
Chase Larson was a loner in a dangerous profession. Unwilling to expose a wife to the risks of something happening to him, he had not considered marriage.
Can the two of them overcome their strong feelings and let love blossom, or are they doomed to the lonely life they now lead?
If you like sweet, clean, historic western romance, you might like this story of Jenny and Chase, an unlikely couple who find their happy ever after ending.