What happens when meddling mothers order their sons mail order brides and not tell them? It happened to Clayton Riley, it happened to his brother Spencer, and now it's Matthew Quinn's turn. There was just one, little, problem. He was already in love...
Rose Smith didn't know what to expect when she signed on the dotted line at the Ridgley Mail Order Bride Service, all she knew was that adventure awaited her in the wild west! And what an adventure she got when she showed up in the town of Nowhere!
©2013, 2014 Kit Morgan (P)2015 Kit Morgan
"Poor Narrator. All of the young men were made to sound old. Would have been a cute story except for narrator."
Very bad narrator. It would have been a better book if it were told by different narrator.
I am an avid re-reader, so I'm certain that I will be a re-listener, as well. This is a sweet story full of mis-communication and misconceptions. Beware of gossips in the town of Nowhere, Washington. They've been known to drive a man to the altar.
Like many of Kit Morgan's holiday bride books, the groom is unaware of his pending nuptials. This story has a twist - two couples.
Michael Rahhal is a master of voices. All of the characters, both female and male, have a distinctive voice, accent, and manner of phrasing. If I didn't know that it was a single person reading, I would assume the story was being performed by a small cast.
You might be tempted to dislike Matthew Quinn, but give the poor boy a chance. He'll get it together - eventually.
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