Hope (Brides of the West, #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Hope (Brides of the West, #3)
  • Lori Copeland
  • English
  • 19 March 2017
  • 0842302697

About the Author: Lori Copeland

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Hope (Brides of the West, #3) As Hope leaves Michigan for Kentucky as a mail-order bride, she is waylaid by bumbling outlaws, gets mixed up in a family feud, and is kidnapped yet again! Through it all she learns how God works everything together for good for his children. Free Read Hope (Brides of the West, #3) [ author ] Lori Copeland [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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14 thoughts on “Hope (Brides of the West, #3)

  1. Lisa Dunckley says:

    I did not realize this was Christian Fiction when I started the book, and as I don t generally read that genre I am not addressing that part in my review But I like to finish books I start, so I read this 3 in 1 series Hope and her two sisters sign up to be mail order brides to decent, God fearing men Book 3, Hope, is the best of the series Now we finally have some plot, some compelling story, and some action Hope is on her way to Kentucky to meet her future husband, when she is kidnapped I did not realize this was Christian Fiction when I started the book, and as I don t generally read that genre I am not addressing that part in my review But I like to finish books I start, so I read this 3 in 1 series Hope and her two sisters sign up to be mail order brides to decent, God fearing men Book 3, Hope, is the best of the series Now we finally have some plot, some compelling story, and some action Hope is on her way to Kentucky to meet her future husband, when she is kidnapped by bandits who mistake her for the wealthy daughter of a senator, Anne Ferry L...

  2. Tamara Tilley says:

    HOPE was by far my favorite book in the series When Hope Kallahan leaves Michigan to meet the man she has agreed to married, she begins an adventure the likes of which she could ve never imagined When her stage is robbed, she is kidnapped and presumed to be the daughter of a senator Her bumbling captures refuse to believe her when she tries to identify herself and she soon realizes she is dealing with a hopeless band of misfits Though Grunt seems to be the only sane one in the bunch, he to HOPE was by far my favorite book in the series When Hope Kallahan leaves Michigan to meet the man she has agreed to married, she begins an adventure the likes of which she could ve never imagined When her stage is robbed, she is kidnapped and presumed to be the daughter of a senator Her bumbling captures refuse to believe her when she tries to identify herself and she soon realizes she is dealing with a hopeless band of misfits Though Grunt seems to be the only sane one in the bunch, he too tries her patience as she schemes to escape and get word to her betrothed that she is on her way When Hope falls ill and is carried away by Grunt her suspicions are confirmed Grunt is non other than Dan Sullivan, a government agent that has infiltr...

  3. Miss Clark says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 2.5 starsSo this is the one where the girl gets abducted by armed robbers and while she tries to convert them all being the daughter of a preacher and all and teach them some basic manners, she also is attracted to one of them The nice one The one who is actually there undercover They escape only to run into one incident after another Hope is abducted three times In the end they realize they are in love Yeah Then there are the animals and the repentant thief that Hope converts in the en 2.5 starsSo this is the one where the girl gets abducted by armed robbers and while she tries to convert them all being the daughter of a preacher and all and teach them some basic manners, she also is attracted to one of them The nice one The ...

  4. Judie says:

    I might call this a western romance adventure I ve read all of these mail order bride books, but thought I d get a few from the library since I remember liking them, but wasn t sure how much I liked them I think her books are fun to read This wa...

  5. Michelle says:

    Of the first three books in the Brides of the West series, Hope was definitely my favorite I loved the action, adventure, and interesting circumstances that led Hope to the future God had planned for her

  6. Sherri says:

    This final book in the trilogy was littleadventurous Hope hasspunk and the team work through mishaps is enjoyable Have faith even when it seems that everything in life is going wrong at all the same time.

  7. Kate says:

    This was a quick read and enjoyable Just your run of the mill story about a boy meeting a girl There is a little religous overtone I enjoy this author because I know I won t be surprised with a smutty bedroom scene Thank you to Lori Copeland Very enjoyable.

  8. Heather says:

    Of the three Brides of the West books I have read, I liked this one the most It has lots of twists and a good adventure.

  9. Tasha says:

    This book was funny Poor Hope starts on her journey to meet her mail order husband but didn t make it for getting kidnapped, sick, shot at, a break for a while, then kidnapped again, and jailed before she finally arrives and then she finds...

  10. Julynn says:

    Enjoyed this adventurous mishap of events book with the last Kallahan sister Hope emerges as a wet behind the ears immature young lady who is deepened by the trials of her life She becomes a mature believer who would make her deceased Pastor father proud Dan is the ultimate good ...

  11. Salinn says:

    Okay.So this book was so good I could not put it down, thus the reason it was finished in less then 24 hours Poor Hope She experienced so much in such a short time 3 kidnappings Being stuck in a family feud and then when she finally arrives in Medford Oh, I loved th...

  12. Teresa says:

    Great inspirational read Thanks to my grandmother and her request I read these books She is still setting that strong example of faith she possessed throughout her life.

  13. Gretchen says:

    This was somewhat of a gateway book for me into my love for reading I read it as an early teenager and it jump started my love for christian fiction

  14. Janine says:

    This is my favorite book in this series so far The first 2 started off a little slow But this one kept my attention the whole time Suspenseful and funny.