Six phenomenally sophisticated Noël Coward comedies: Fallen Angels, Hay Fever, Private Lives, Design for Living, Blithe Spirit, Present Laughter.
"Bravo Mr. Coward"
On foot, on horseback, in covered wagons and mule carts they came, traversing treacherous rivers and wild plains in search of the Promised Land, drawn ever westward by the promise of the new American frontier. Katherine Carlyle, a desperate woman with a violent past, leaves behind the graves of her family and the only home she has ever known in search of a new life. An unwanted passenger on a westward bound flatboat, she is forced into the role of hero when catastrophe strikes...
In this audiobook collection, you will find a variety of characters, mail order brides and husbands, who find their soon-to-be significant other in a variety of ways, but always with the involvement of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Please enjoy this labor of love!
"Corny at best"
"Amanda and Cecil Get the Boot" is about a young man who takes the bullet for an older man and becomes paralyzed. "Mail Order Bride: A Little Child Shall Lead Her" is about a widower who was left with a traumatized daughter who cannot see, hear or speak. "The Western Mail Order: Garret and Meredith": In Montana's Bitterroot Foothills, is the story of a horse rancher who desires a life full of love and marriage, but he is at a loss as to where to find a potential bride.
Mail Order Bride: The Amish Widow and the Cowboy Father tells the beautiful story about two people brought together by the Lord’s divine plan. Sadie was an Amish beauty who was to be married to an older man whom she did not love. Having been a widow she knew what true love felt like, and this was not it. After coming into town to pick up goods for her family, Sadie is led by God to read a mail order bride advertisement.
Losing his wife years, Wes begins to think he will not find a woman to love or take care of his children. God soon compels him to place an advertisement for a mail order bride, which Amish widow Hannah responds to. Wes is a strong, God-fearing Christian man. They begin a correspondence and feel God’s love emanating through their letters to one another.
Mail Order Husband: To the Ranch and Meeting Virginia & Her Hidden Sister is about a lonely dockworker who travels west to meet a woman living on a rundown ranch, hoping to find love and companionship with a Christian woman. After a very brief amount of time, he finds himself in love. There is only one obstacle; he has never met her sister who lives in a bedroom upstairs. As he declares his love, events unfold that provide an emotional ending to the tale.
The autobiographical essays in Edge offer insight into the passions of acclaimed author Jeff Mann. These memories, insightful as they are endearing, range from his boyhood obsession with the gothic allure of Dark Shadows to the doubt and pain of being a Southerner, and so at the edge of the gay community, and the appeal of leather bars and bear culture. Mann also visits gay meccas in these essays - the resorts of Key West, Provincetown, and Rehoboth Beach.
This collection contains the four Christian Western Romance audiobooks, including Mail Order Bride: Jasmine’s Lonely Cowboy, an emotional story about a lonely man with children who sends away for a mail order bride, and in return, gets so much more than he expected. Mail Order Bride: Sent by God to the California Cowboy is about a young woman in New York City who has fallen onto hard times after being released from the orphanage she’d been in for a majority of her life.
"Mail Order Bride"
Becky, a widow who was abused by her former husband, is weary of love. Luke, a cowboy from Texas is seeking a love that he once had. He is a God-fearing man who lost his wife and children in a wagon accident years ago. They have both grown accustomed to their lonely lifestyles and lack of companionship. God begins to work through them, and leads them to begin a correspondence via a mail order bride advertisement.
"God always have a plan"
Mail Order Bride: The Cowboy's Pregnant Widow is about a woman who responds to a mail order bride advertisement and travels to meet her hopeful cowboy in California. Along the way, she encounters a man who assaults her and leaves her dejected and with child. After finally arriving at her cowboy's ranch, she falls for the handsome man but knows she must soon reveal her unfortunate circumstance.
"Heartwarming and encouraging"
The Rancher's Bull is about a Victorian woman who decides to travel to the lawless US West after losing her estate in England to a ruthless neighbor. She can take care of herself, but was not prepared for her new life and the handsome ranch owner who greeted her, just as she was about to be dropped off from her stagecoach while trying to escape the large Longhorn bull about to ram them all into oblivion.
"Way to go Lexy!"
The Baby Left Along The Oregon Trail & Rescued By Christian Pioneers is a heart-warming story about a poor wagon train making its way along the Oregon Trail. The train may be poor but the Christians on it are strong. A Native American baby is found along the trail by one young man and he takes it immediately to the wagon train. There are no nursing mothers on the small train and no source of food for the infant.
"What a fascinating tale!"
There Is No Need for a Mail Order Husband: Finding Toby down by the Stream is a romance about a young woman who helps out as much as she can on her family's farm, but also loves to take a break when she is able, by riding her horse down to a stream on the edge of their property, and reading the Bible. One day she catches a glimpse out of the corner of her eye of something moving, and worried about wolves, she rides hurriedly back home.
"What a wonderful story!"
Mail Order Bride: Emma's Temptation: A Western Historical Christian Romance Story tells the story of Emma taking a leap of faith by responding to a mail-order bride advertisement. Her original motive: financial security to assist her struggling younger siblings. While meeting her cowboy suitor, she begins to genuinely fall in love with the Christian man. She soon meets a rival ranch owner of her cowboy who presents an offer to make her wealthy. The only problem; it involves betraying the trust of her soon-to-be husband.
Mail Order Bride: Cowboy Father Finds Beauty Within Her Scarred Body tells the story of God bringing two people together and finding the true definition of love in 1867. Susan, a beautiful daughter to a preacher from California, begins to think she will never find a suitable husband. The men in her town are either all taken or are not of the church. While at a store, she reads a magazine advertisement from a man in California, Gabriel, seeking a "mail order bride".
"Heartwarming and uplifting!"
The year is 1877. Ester had been married before, and she wasn't sure that she wanted to repeat the experience. Her heart had turned jaded, and her former husband's abusive treatment had left her too afraid to even want to find love again. Living in Austin, Texas, she never thought she would find true love. After forming a sudden relationship with a cowboy seeking a mail order bride, Ester feels led by God to travel to California and meet this potential husband.
"Surprisingly funny! :-)"
Mail Order Bride: Tainted on Her Way to the Colorado Cowboy tells the story of a young woman's journey to Colorado in 1865. She intended on meeting the love of her life after answering an ad in a mail order bride catalogue, but encountered a trying ordeal along the way. Sarah will need to cling to the Lord more than ever as she continues her path toward her Colorado cowboy and the Lord's plan of matrimony.
"It was ok. Loved the use of scripture!"
Almost Missing the Boat: A Victorian Christian Mail Order Bride Romance is about a woman living in London who is to be married off to a man of her mother's choice; a baron she has no feelings for. She runs off to the docks hoping to escape the situation, but sees him by the ticket office, searching for her. Making a last minute leap to a ship, with no idea where she'll end up, she puts her faith in God that she's made the right decision.