Mail-Order Christmas Brides Boxed Set

[Download] ➸ Mail-Order Christmas Brides Boxed Set  ➿ Jillian Hart – Johndore.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 563 pages
  • Mail-Order Christmas Brides Boxed Set
  • Jillian Hart
  • English
  • 26 September 2017

About the Author: Jillian Hart

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Mail-Order Christmas Brides Boxed Set USA TODAY Bestselling Authors Jillian Hart And Janet Tronstad Will Capture Your Heart With Stories That Celebrate The Joys And Excitement When You Combine Christmas With Mail Order Weddings Enjoy Three Romances Of Adventure And Faith In One Great BundleA Little Girl Longs For A New Mother For Christmas So She Convinces Her Single Father To Advertise For A Mail Order Wife, Whose Arrival Offers Them The Chance To Forge A Real Family A Would Be Bride Discovers Her Intended Groom Has Abandoned Her Before She Even Arrives But Then She Unexpectedly Falls For The Groom S Brother A Gruff Rancher S Marriage Offer To A Widowed Single Mother Is Based Solely On Convenience Until It Becomes A Matter Of The Heart This Bundle Includes MAIL ORDER CHRISTMAS BRIDES MAIL ORDER HOLIDAY BRIDES MAIL ORDER MISTLETOE BRIDES

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10 thoughts on “Mail-Order Christmas Brides Boxed Set

  1. Sharon Morris Marks says:

    This is a good set of stories The stories are short an easy to read I would recommend this set to anyone who likes historical stories with a Christian theme without preaching to the reader.

  2. Jo-Ann Fitzgerald says:

    This is a group of short stories which centers around being a mail ordered bride in the late 1880s The author groups the stories by two of women who meet on their way to get married and meet on the train but get off at different stations It s an interesting set of stories each time Each story is well written and realistic for the most part I could picture most of what happens to each women You really do feel for each heroine and hero I know with at least one story I could relate to it very This is a group of short stories which cen...

  3. Cathy says:

    This is a set of 5 novellas revolving around the phenomena of mail order brides in the late 1800 s in the Western Territories I am taken with this historical event because it seems so unimaginable, yet there were many who did it and found happiness I realize it was a way to secure a home and possibly a family when there may not have been another option These stories were short, rather formulaic,...

  4. Bess says:

    Pure fluff, as expected Christmasy, in mostly pleasant ways I thought the authors pairing of their novellas was neat, but overall I think the stories were a little uneven in quality At first I thought I didn t care for one of the two authors, but on investigation the same author wrote my favorite and least favorite novella of the set.I enjoyed the overall theme of mail order men and women meeting through letters and one traveling to the frontier and a life unknown Kind of like a permanen Pure fluff, as expected Christmasy, in mostly pleasant ways I thought the authors pairing of their novellas was neat, but overall I think the stories were a little uneven in quality At first I thought I didn t care for one of the two authors, but on investigation the same author wrote my favorite and least favorite novella of the set.I enjoyed the overall theme of mail order men and women meeting through letters and one traveling to the frontier and a life unknown Kind of like a permanent blind date I was pleased that in at least one of the stories, the twist is that one of the intended pairing is quite unsuitable I suspect that was faroften the case than happily ever after.My big problem was with Her Christmas Family due to the unrealistic way one of the characters is portrayed view spoiler The male lead had something really horrible happen to him He was attacked in his own home, then later blamed for the crime spree of which he was one of the victims He ...

  5. Jeffrey says:

    Christian oriented, cloyingly sweet, schmaltzy, squeaky clean, highly improbable, predictably formulated, and those are just some of the reasons I LOVED these stories Set in the late 1800 s in the rugged high plains of Montana, I was fascinated at this glimpse into the social phenomenon of any woman gambling it all in consenting to become a mail order bride These romances range in length somewhere between short story and novella They are cleverly linked together by each of the mail order brid Christian oriented, cloyingly sweet, schmaltzy, squeaky clean, highly improbable, predictably formulated, and those are just some of the reasons I LOVED these stories Set in the late 1800 s in the rugged high plains of Montana, I was fascinated at this glimpse into the social phenomenon of any woman gambling it all in consenting to become a mail order bride These romances range in length somewhere between short story and novella They are cleverly linked together by each of the mail order brides befriending another mail order bride on the train to Montana hard to explain but it wor...

  6. Joanne Bagley says:

    A Wonderful Christmas ReadI thoroughly enjoyed this collection of mail order bride adventures Even true love doesn t always run smoothly and these stories of strangers making commitments to one another face additi...

  7. Lynsay says:

    Loved this boxed set, however it should have been ordered differently Mail order Christmas Brides should have been first, as the hero and heroine of Janet s story ended up being secondary characters in her story in M...

  8. Kathy Barter says:

    Love the Christmas brides box set, fun readThe two authors wrote stories that intertwined together to make a series about mail order brides meeting on the train on the way to marrying grooms they only met by mail Every story was different.

  9. Lynn Schafer says:

    wonderful storiesIt s wonderful that writers can come up with compelling stories with good morals, good grammar and the message that there are still decent people in this world.

  10. Patricia Duvall says:

    Awesome collection.I chose to give this collection a five star rating because I couldn t stop reading them I hope anyone who reads them the same enjoyment I had.