A historical western cowboy romance novel about a mail order bride.
Mitch Taylor, the new sheriff in Dawson is looking for a wife. Sammi Jameson is looking for a husband like Mitch. Their relationship begins with a bang, but amid danger and desire, their marriage may fizzle if they can't overcome broken promises and heartache. Will they last together or fall victim to lost love?
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Another great addition to the series! This book features Mitch, the town sheriff, and Sammi, a pants wearing - gun carrying tomboy. It's a cute easy-going story that nicely includes the characters from the previous books. This series is perfect for those who enjoy cowboy romances.
This book has sexual situations but leaves the details at the bedroom door. It also has some swearing so I would call this book somewhat clean but definitely enjoyable.
The narration by J. Scott Bennett is great as usual. He is consistently good and I appreciate his accents & clear voice.
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I think i would. If i get more of this series that happens before this book, i may listen to them in order which would help with knowing characters a little bit more.
I found the most memorable moment was when the wife of the mayoral candidate went into town and took care of business when her husband came home ill.
I loved the first fight scene at the bar.
I was scared for the Sammi and the indian (i am horrible with names) when they were in the cabin with the men.
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The story had a decent pace and was interesting, however, I was a bit surprised by
some of the questionable language.
Sammi, the female lead, is a little lonely since her friends have left home to become
mail order brides.
So, when she tells one of her friends, she is informed that there is a certain law,
Deputy Mitch, is in need of a wife.
Sammi decides that Mitch is a catch, so she decides to visit Montana, events quickly
pick up from there with a few surprises , twists, and turns.
Overall, I enjoyed this book as well as the previous books in this series.
J. Scott Bennett did well with the narration.
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Another great addition to the series. Very entertaining and enjoyable as always.
While each book can be read as a stand alone, I would start at the beginning just for the enjoyment of each story as well as getting to know all the characters. It's one big extended family that you can't wait to come back and visit.
This time it's Sammi's turn to find her cowboy. I have been waiting for Sammi's story since she was first introduced into the series. She is such a great character. A strong, independent, no nonsense kind of woman. She meets her match in Sheriff Mitch Taylor.
J Scott Bennett does a great job once again with the narration. Wide range of character voices. Clearly spoken. Smooth even pace. Nice voice, easy to listen to for long periods of time. He is able to pull you into the story and make the characters come to life. Always a pleasure to listen to a book he is narrating.
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I just love this series of Mail Order Brides. Each person in this series has a relationship either as family or as a friend to start with.
In this particular book we have the Mitch, the Deputy Sheriff who soon becomes the Sheriff falling in love with Sammi, a gun slinging and knife throwing young lady.
She is cute, she is sexy and she knows how to defend herself. He is a hunk, loving but a no nonsense type and they are both crazy for each other.
This story tells us about the ups and downs in their relationship that nearly tears them apart but you really need to read the book for yourself, or listen to it to find out exactly what goes on in their lives.
The narration by J. Scott Bennett of this beautifully written book by Linda Bridey is as usual of top class.
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Linda does it again. I love her the main characters are introduced in Prior books so you already know a little bit about them. I think that is why you grow to love these characters so much. the conflict was good whether it was in current days or back in the old days, can women do the jobs that men do. I would recommend these books for anyone wanting to read a good romance without all the sex.
Rough and Tough Woman
Marcus is always my favorite in this series. He is always so cool and calm. He helps the Lakotas merge in to the white mans world and visa versa.
Yes, he does a great job.
Yes and I did.
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This is another great book in the Montana Mail Order Brides series. I've now read the first six books in the series, but I don't think that is necessary to enjoy them as each book kind of stands alone. I like reading them in order because I can see how relationships between the characters (which are present in all the books) develops. I really liked the main character, Sammi. She is beautiful, strong, tall, and tough. I enjoyed seeing how things were addressed when she revealed her "past situation" (I don't want to give spoilers) to Mitch. And I enjoyed seeing their compromises in their marriage. I listened to the Audible audio version of this book, narrated by J. Scott Bennett. His narration is so spot-on with the characters and the mood of the book. I really enjoy everything he has narrated, and I honestly think his narration leads to better enjoyment of the books he narrates. This was such a great western romance, and I'm not even a big fan of romance, but I LOVE this series. Its pretty clean and has great characters and situations. You really can't go wrong if you read any of these books.
This is a cute western romance. Sammi and Mitch are great together. I loved the fact that Sammi was a strong female character. It was great to see characters from the previous books.
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