Felicity wasn't expecting Noah Call to meet her at the train station. She was expecting Peter, the successful rancher and businessman she had agreed to marry. She had put aside everything at home, all on the strength of a few letters, to become a mail order bride. Now the man she had said she would marry couldn't even be bothered to meet her in person.
Noah Call is a rough, no-nonsense rancher who doesn't put up with Felicity's high-handed city ways. As she travels to Peter's ranch, she wonders if she has made a terrible mistake. Is she cut out to be a mail order bride?
But is there more to the strange Noah Call than meets the eye? What really happened at the burned-out ranch buildings they pass en route? And what secrets lurk within Felicity's new home?
This is a clean, Christian Western romance with a mail order bride theme.
I normally wouldn't find this subject to be entertaining, but hearing the book voiced by Angel Clark has made me unable to refuse listening. Felicity's story is so intriguing because of Clark's clear passion for being a talented orator. I am eager to read Frontier Bride and see if it is done as well as Ice Bride!