High Society Woman & The Wolves

A Christian Mail Order Bride Romance
Narrated by: Joe Smith
Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

High Society Woman & The Wolves, is about a high society woman in NYC who gets sent off to Oregon to be the bride of a lonely outpost operator. He is as stunned by her beauty when she gets off the train, as she is by the wilderness surrounding his cabin and home. She doesn’t know how to make a fire or even sweep the floor and her many trunks of fine clothing fill up his small cabin. Amidst the howls of wolves surrounding them in the darkness of the forest, both will have to decide if they can ever make a match.

©2014 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press (P)2014 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press

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Great story!

Which scene was your favorite?

Several come to mind but one of my favorites was when Ramona first arrived on the train, and her impression of the wilderness. And Charles' cabin. And Charles requesting Ramona to build a fire. Delightful! :-)

Any additional comments?

Listening to the prologues of the characters, I never dreamed the end of this story! It was so unexpected. :-) I particularly liked the Bible passages quoted from several of my favorite chapters of Philippians, Romans, and Psalms.