When Hannah Fairbanks answers an advertisement for a mail-order-bride, she thinks she's found the man she'll spend the rest of her life with. Instead she finds a man who has lied to her about everything. Hannah unexpectedly meets Owl, a local Lakota Indian and is instantly smitten. Can they rise above bigotry and heartache to catch the dream of love they desperately desire?
Dawson, Montana isn't what Rebecca Walker bargained for when she answered Jake Henderson's ad for a bride. Jake captivates her, but Rebecca has a lot to learn about him. Jake isn't sure if Rebecca can adjust, but her beauty and her musical ability cast a spell on him. As Christmas nears, they'll have to compromise or be trapped in a loveless marriage.
When Abby Porter and Elliot Bradbury meet, their connection is powerful. However, they must fight outside influences such as another man and major conflict within Dawson for their love to survive. Can they secure the future together they both desire?
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I absolutely love these books. The characters are so much fun, and I've become invested in them throughout the series. I love how you see the town growing with each book, and I love seeing the friendships and romances develop between the characters. Its also interesting to see the friendships, as well as the tensions, between the townies and the Lakota Indians. I never thought I would be the person reading "Mail Order Bride" books, but I am hooked on this series, and I highly recommend them to anyone who enjoys westerns, romance, or just likes to laugh, because there is always quite a bit of humor scattered throughout the books. I listened to the Audible audio version of these books narrated by J. Scott Bennet. I love his narrations, and this one was no exception. He is excellent at giving each character a unique voice, and I really believe he adds to the overall experience. I can't say enough good things about him.
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