Four stories of romance and inspiration as women travel into the western unknown in hopes of the love.
Imagine using the only social media at the time (postal mail) to communicate with a man across the country and agree to marry. Then having to make the trip in a carriage and meet the man face to face for the first time!
"New Home for a Wyoming Bride"
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I would recommend the books, but not the audio version. The narrator sounded as if she was reading the text for the first time. She mispronounced several words which was very irritating. Ms Taylor speech was stilted in several passages as if she was reading unfamiliar text for the first time. Her accent was distracting.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The story lines were simple and easy to follow, it is too bad that the stories were so short that the characters could not be expanded on.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Brooke Taylor?
Someone that had more experience in narration. Either Brooke Taylor did not read the text in advance, or she needs to practice the skill of narration more before she narrates another audio book.
Did Frontier Brides inspire you to do anything?
Look at who is narrating the books more closely so I can avoid other books narrated by Brooke Taylor