Graham Easton sends for a mail order bride, but when she arrives, he changes the rules they'd agreed upon in their correspondence. Unknown to her is, he has an ulterior motive for bringing her to Hunter's Grove. He stalls the nuptials by saying they need to get to know each other first, and invites her to live with his family in the meantime.
Grace Webster arrives to meet the man she's to marry, and discovers he's much older than she'd thought. He has grown children and a four-year-old granddaughter. When her groom changes their plans, she becomes confused and angry. She wonders why he brought her there, and for what purpose.
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This was amazing! I completely enjoyed the audio version of this book but the story was simply beautiful! I was very involved in the book and found myself crying and laughing with the characters! This is the best book Barbara's written (at least of the many I've read)!!! The deep growing love was perfect and the deep conversations they had are what I have been craving! Seems lately most characters are full of doubt and make wrong assumptions but in this book they actually talk things out instead of guessing incorrectly and causing more issues!!!! Very very well done Barb!
What an enjoyable short story, great storyline and so very sweet and heart warming.
If you're after something short and sweet I recommend this audiobook. Reagan Boggs, you have a lovely voice.
Grace is a young woman who has not had a break in life until she receives a letter of proposal from Graham Easton to come and be his bride. When she gets to Hunter's Grove, however, things are not all that they seem to be and neither is Graham.
Graham is looking for a woman to help his family and even though he changes the rules at Grace's arrival, he cares for Grace and wants to do the best for her. The question is can he keep her even though his plans quickly start falling apart? Will Grace live out her namesake when she finds out what the secret is or will she leave the family that she has started to care deeply for?
Barb Goss weaves a wonderful story of loss, love and even deceit and how all is redeemed through grace, understanding, and forgiveness. Reagan Boggs does a beautiful performance with this book. I really enjoyed this book! Cannot wait for the next book in the series!
This book was given to me for an honest review.
I just love this type of story. So clever, so engrossing and so full of blossoming love.
The father sure was one very clever, loving and cunning individual. He had me puzzled and guessing with his strange moves.
All in all, a beautifully written love story by Barbara Goss and cleverly narrated by Reagan Boggs - love her voice acting. A great team bringing the reader/listener a real treat of a story.
The audiobook version was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost and this is my unbiased review.
Good, mail-order romance
The character development.
Her learning how to drive a buggy.
Her religious determination.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants an up-lifting story.
I'm not sure what Kansas Bride book i like the most, but i think this went to the top of the list. Thank you Barbara for another great book.💗👍
Mail Order Ruse
: Barbara Goss
An orphaned girl becomes a mail order bride for a Kansas rancher. The plot seemed to be predictable until a couple unexpected twists that I didn't see coming. A nice little romance book. If you like a nice clean historical listen then you will enjoy this book.
The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Reagan Boggs brought the story to life.
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
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