Come along for the ride to meet feisty Boston city girls who know what they want, and rugged Montana men who just need to be loved. It's 1900, and things are changing fast in sleepy Sun River. As the town begins to expand, its inhabitants are getting restless, looking for love and adventure.
Why would an accomplished governess respond to an advertisement in the Matrimonial Times? Myra Gilbert had never considered such a thing, but something has awoken within her and she is determined to take her chance on love.
Carlton Green claimed his lands, and now has the deeds in his grasp. But something is missing in his life. Will his quest to find love fill that hole, or is there something from his past that could change everything and leave him with nothing?
©2016 Karla Gracey Books (P)2016 Karla Gracey Books
I'm an avid reader of Romance and a true romantic at heart. I also read and review in other sub-genres as well. Happy reading!
Hmm, this story was just underdeveloped. The characters lack any real depth. Now, the narrator did an excellent job, and I would listen to him again. Happy reading!
This story was short and to the point without much drama.
My main complaint was how short it was and didn't allow much time to connect with the characters.
Overall, the book was a descent read, The book does have a Happy Ending.
Alan Taylor did well with the narration.
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It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
A Bride for Carlton was a great beginning for the Sun River Brides series. I liked the characters and the setting. The story was neat and clean with a fulfilling ending. Overall, this was a very relaxing and enjoyable listen. I like calling these cozies as they make me feel comfy and cozy.
Alan Taylor's narration was great. He had a smooth consistent tone and was definitely easy on my ears. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to him read this short story. He did a wonderful job.
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I don't know, i never read the print version
I liked that they took time getting to know each other and going on real dates before getting married.
I loved the part where his son said he would rather live with them and not his grandpa.
I don't know about extreme, but the part with the boy at the end of the book made me very happy
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loved the book. i have read several of the mail order brinde books and i really enjoy them.
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It was a quick fun listen. Short and to the point.
I did like the way the ending wrapped things up and didn't leave you to wonder what would happen or why.
I thought he did great on the male narration, however the female part seemed very robotic.
The first half of the book was great, but the second half seemed rushed. It would be nice to have a prequel to this book.
I would try this author again. The book had alot of potential to be great.
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I really liked the characters, storyline, and easy flow. It was a short story but had my attention from the start. This is my first time reading (listening) any of Karla Gracey's books. I know that I will be reading more from her in the future.
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