The Western Mail Order Bride: Weston B. Freeman & His English Lady, Eleanor, is a wonderful story about an entrepreneur in old Montana, Weston B. Freeman. He has a checkered and colorful and sometimes sordid past but he finally wants to settle down - and he’s lonely. He advertises for a mail order bride but it’s a long wait, until a woman from England shows up at his bar unannounced. She’s attracted to him immediately and he to her, but a little later a few things surface from his past, then his present, that may throw their arrangement into utter confusion. An emotional climax ends this story about the old west and its often colorful characters. There are themes of Christian values, mild violence, and a little mild language in the story, but it is suitable for all but the youngest of listeners.