• Chapman Mail Order Brides Trilogy

  • Clean Historical Western Romance
  • By: Kate Whitsby
  • Narrated by: James O. Barnes
  • Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Chapman Mail Order Brides Trilogy

By: Kate Whitsby
Narrated by: James O. Barnes
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Publisher's Summary

Three brides for three brothers. Can they find the right match in time to secure a happy future on Snake River? 

Marion, Maggie, and Melody know neither each other nor the three Chapman brothers they’re set to marry. On arrival at the remote cabin on Snake River, the women doubt their pairings and reconfigure their matches to secure better marriages. The group get to know each other over two weeks in the cabin, igniting a flurry of conflict and attraction. All three brides have their reasons to be there, but the greatest mystery is Melody, who has been silent from the start. What secrets is she carrying, and will she open up before the marriages take place?

The Chapman party is setting off for Idaho to get married, but Maggie has a problem: her intended fiancé, Parker, will now marry Marion, and the brother she’s set her heart on isn’t interested. Maggie longs to marry Paul but struggles to adapt to her new life. Marion and Melody become like sisters as they teach her the survival skills she needs, but this closeness only leads to conflict as the women battle for the brothers’ affection. Can Maggie win Paul’s heart before the marriages are set in stone?

Melody’s intended groom, Prescott, has ended up with another bride, and she finds herself left at the church with the hesitant Paul. With the two other brothers and their brides already gone, Melody and Paul ride home through the snow-laden landscape. Isolated together on the road, Paul finally finds out who his quiet new bride really is...and she isn’t what he expected.

In the Chapman Mail Order Brides Trilogy, you’ll find captivating tales of love and sisterhood as three women get to grips with their new lives and struggle to find their places as the Chapman wives.

Immerse yourself in a world of love and friendship as three strangers grow to become sisters: click “buy now" right now.

©2014 Kate Whitsby (P)2020 Kate Whitsby

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Outstanding trilogy

This was one of the better mail order brides books that I have read. It showed true instances of how life really was. I can’t wait for more. The only thing that wasn’t perfect was another epilogue when everyone got together.

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was a good good book

good book. would read more. would not want to live in that time frame. but still a good read

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loved it

really enjoyed it great clean book and well written and loved to listen to the narrator

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Good story . . . inadequate narrator

It took me a while to figure out that these books are not poorly written but that the narrator is lacking. He has a pleasant sounding voice but it feels more like he's reading a book to a friend as opposed to performing a story. At times it's obvious that it is the narrator but at other times you have to decipher whether or not the character has been written to be unfeeling or is it the narrator. I feel bad being so critical because if I were just having a conversation with him it would be pleasant and enjoyable but not so much for an audible book with emotions.

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Very Sweet!

Sweet and exciting with twists and turn along the way. However, I feel like the ending was abrupt and not finalized. But overall worth the listen.

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Good read

I feel the last chapter should have gone into more detail pertaining to what happened to the other two brothers and sisters in-law over the winter so we had a sweeter ending To the trilogy. I was left feeling incomplete at the ending A few more paragraphs and I could’ve given it five stars. I will listen to this Trilogy again.

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good book

I liked the book very much, just didn't like the ending. the historical side of it was great.

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I really enjoyed these books. I am always happy to find stories that I can trust to be clean with a happy ending!

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3 brides 3 husbands

I liked that each personality was revealed as their stories unfold. First appearance is nothing. Great listen to pass the time while I sew. I really appreciate someone reading to me so I can stay busy. It sure isn't easy to be all the characters and have people judge the performance. I happy . It was entertaining.

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Easy listening!

I finished the trilogy and enjoyed it very much. I appreciated the fact that there no use of bad language. That shows my age-category I guess!

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Mail Order Reality

A warm but gritty reality story, well narrated.
Mountain living and loving with no glossy spin.