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Victoria Bride Of Kansas

Author: E.E. Burke
Publisher: E.E. Burke
ISBN: 0989819299
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A starry-eyed bride, an unwilling groom, a secret matchmaker and a troubled child… When the truth finally comes out, it’ll take a more than a miracle to deliver a happily ever after. Jilted society miss Victoria Lowell travels a thousand miles to marry a suitor she's never met, but whose romantic letters won her heart. Upon arriving in Fort Scott, she's met at the train station by a man who doesn't seem like the same person she met through correspondance. Divorced shopkeeper David O’Brien wants nothing to do with matters of the heart. However, his young daughter needs a mother and his meddling sister believes she’s done him a favor by corresponding with a mail-order bride. He holds off on revealing the true author of the letters Victoria received and sets a date for their marriage. Love isn't part of the bargain. But love is what Victoria has come this far to find... Victoria, Bride of Kansas, is the 34th book in the unprecedented 50-book series, American Mail-Order Brides. Order Victoria, Bride of Kansas today...and don't forget the sequel: Santa's Mail-Order Bride. Two stories that will warm your heart year-round.

Santa S Mail Order Bride

Author: E.E. Burke
Publisher: E.E. Burke
ISBN: 0996982205
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The heartwarming sequel to Victoria, Bride of Kansas... Maggie has an unexpected suitor—in a red suit. Schoolteacher Maggie O’Brien comes home for Christmas on a mission--to gather toys for orphans living on poor farms in Kansas. She's made her list, but there's no Santa in sight. Not until a local shopkeeper volunteers his services. Gordon Sumner sets his mind on winning the black-haired Irish beauty, but Maggie’s brother is his fiercest competitor, and O’Brien’s loyal sister gives him the cold shoulder. Undaunted, he comes up with a clever plan. With Christmas just around the corner, Maggie is running out of time to make the holiday happy for needy children. She accepts Sum's help—with a plan of her own. She’ll play matchmaker and find her persistent suitor the perfect bride. If you haven't read VICTORIA, BRIDE OF KANSAS, why not read both?


Author: E. E. Burke
ISBN: 9780996982214
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Victoria, Bride of Kansas, is the 34th book in the unprecedented 50-book series American Mail-order Brides: Jilted society miss Victoria Lowell travels over a thousand miles to marry an Irish suitor whose romantic letters won her heart. Upon arriving in Kansas, she discovers her betrothed has little enthusiasm for marriage and less Christmas spirit than Scrooge. Divorced shopkeeper David O'Brien wants nothing to do with matters of the heart. However, his young daughter needs a mother, and his meddling sister believes she's done him a favor by corresponding with a mail-order bride. Reluctantly, he holds off on revealing the author of the letters, giving Victoria until Christmas Eve to prove she can manage his troubled child. When the truth finally comes out, it will take more than a miracle to deliver a happily-ever-after in time for Christmas. Buy Victoria for Christmas, and why not purchase the sequel, Santa's Mail-Order Bride.

Women S Diaries Of The Westward Journey

Author: Lillian Schlissel
Publisher: Schocken
ISBN: 0307803171
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An expanded edition of one of the most original and provocative works of American history of the last decade, which documents the pioneering experiences and grit of American frontier women.

The Cheyenne Mail Order Bride Dreams Of A Rich Life

Author: Iris Kelly
ISBN: 9781519602176
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Virginia Bellamy is an ambitious, well-to-do socialite who aspires to marry into Boston's most elite social circles. But when she fails to attract a proposal that meets her high standards, she agrees to become the mail order bride to a wealthy Cheyenne businessman. He promises her a life of luxury and status. It appeals to her to be one of the most important families in the city - even if that city is Cheyenne.Lewis Carlyle has worked tirelessly for fifteen years to amass a fortune. It was really all a means to an end - a foundation for the remarkable wife and happy family he hoped to have. But in the weeks before Virginia's arrival, Lewis is besieged with the worst onslaught of bad fortune; Virginia arrives to find herself betrothed to a pauper.It is a catastrophe of unimaginable magnitude on both sides. What can Lewis do to make amends for the unforgivable situation he has put Virginia in? Is the social hierarchy in Cheyenne as rigid and unforgiving as that of Boston? And most importantly, will it ever be possible for this determined social climber to love a man who has nothing to offer but his heart?


Author: Lauren DeStefano
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442409061
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After modern science turns every human into a genetic time bomb with men dying at age twenty-five and women dying at age twenty, girls are kidnapped and married off in order to repopulate the world.

A January Bride

Author: Deborah Raney
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310337704
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A year’s worth of novellas from twelve inspirational romance authors. Happily ever after guaranteed. What will happen when novelist Madeleine Houser’s “pen pal” friendship with a lonely widower takes an unexpected turn? Who can work in a house that's overrun by contractors and carpenters? Not Madeleine Houser, a successful novelist who gladly accepts the help of her octogenarian friend, Ginny, to arrange for a temporary office in the charming bed and breakfast owned by Ginny's friend, Arthur. Maddie’s never met the innkeeper—but a friendship grows between them as Maddie and Arthur leave messages for each other each day. To Maddie’s alternate delight and chagrin, she seems to be falling for the inn’s owner—a man who's likely many years her senior—and who she’s never even met. Arthur Tyler is a college professor who lost his young wife to cancer. Together they ran the bed and breakfast where Art lives, but without his wife, the house is missing warmth and cheer. He jumps at the chance to have author Madeleine Houser use the space that was once filled with guests. He, too, begins to enjoy the daily exchanges with Maddie, but a series of misunderstandings lead him to believe she’s far from being a prospective date—even if he were ready to date again, which he’s not. When Maddie and Art finally meet and discover one another’s identity, sparks fly. Even so, they each have obstacles to overcome in order for this winter romance to blossom. “Having been the mother of the bride twice and the mother of the groom once, it’s fun planning a virtual wedding. Then again, writing A November Bride made me responsible for every aspect of the wedding, including making sure the couple made it all the way to the ‘I do’s!’” —Beth K. Vogt, author of A November Bride


Author: Linda K. Hubalek
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781518893988
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A clean, sweet historical romance set in 1890. Lilly Lind was forced to emigrate from Sweden two years ago, due to circumstances beyond her control. She finds a job as a garment maker in the Brown Textile Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, finally feeling as though she is settling in her new country. Then a suspicious fire burns the mill, making Lilly seek another way to survive. She answers a mail-order bride ad in the Grooms' Gazette and sets off for Chicago, believing she will be a business owner's wife. Kansas rancher Seth Reagan travels to the Union Stockyards in Chicago to attend the 1890 American Fat Stock Show, the American Horse Show, and to purchase horseflesh to augment his herd. When arriving at the train station, he overhears a conversation between a young woman and a shady-looking man. Seth becomes concerned for the mail-order bride who is whisked away to a saloon, not to her new husband's home. When Seth goes to the saloon to check on the young woman, he finds her in trouble and offers to help her escape. While buying horses and arranging their return travel to Kansas, Seth realizes he would like to bring Lilly home with him, too, but she is still being hunted by the saloon owner's thugs. Lilly's good fortune in meeting Seth makes her want to start a life with this man, but he came to Illinois for horses, not a bride. Would he want her after he learns of her secrets?

A Heart Most Certain Teaville Moral Society Book 1

Author: Melissa Jagears
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441230122
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A Fresh Voice in Historical Romance! While Lydia King's reasons for joining the Teaville Moral Society might be suspect to some members, her heart is in the right place. Because of her father's debts and her mother's persistent illness, her best chance at a secure future and curing her mother is to impress the politician courting her. Her first task--to ask the town's wealthiest man to donate--seems simple enough . . . until he refuses. Despite appearances, Nicholas Lowe wants to help others, but prefers to keep his charity private. When Lydia proves persistent, they agree to a bargain, but Nicholas still intends to do things his own way. Neither predicts what they'll learn about true charity or foresee the complications their actions will bring to the town, forcing Lydia to decide where her beliefs and heart truly align.


Author: Peggy L. Henderson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519765383
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Emma: Bride of Kentucky is fifteenth in the unprecedented 50-book American Mail-Order Brides series. Emma Waterston is determined, headstrong, and comes from a lifestyle where class structure determines one's associations. Left destitute after the death of her mother, she takes a job at a textile factory. When a fire destroys her place of employment, leaving her penniless again, she makes a desperate decision and answers an ad for a mail order bride from a wealthy Kentucky horse breeder. Sam Hawley is content with his life as a horse trainer on an affluent Kentucky estate. His primary focus has always been on the horses. He views their owners as rich people with nothing to do but flaunt their money. Loyalty to his mentor is the only thing that keeps him rooted to one place. When he meets the bride-to-be of the man he detests the most, his life is about to change. Too late, Emma discovers the ad she answered was too good to be true. Her future husband is not what she was led to believe and a horrific experience leaves her no choice but to face the kind of life she's been trying to escape. Kentucky was supposed to promise a return to her life of wealth. What she finds instead will redefine her definition of being rich.