Mail-Order Marriage Promise

Frontier Bachelors - Book 6

Love Inspired Historical

By Regina Scott

September 2017

Inspirational Historical Western Romance

Dottie Tyrrell had been betrayed by a man and was left alone to raise her son. Desperate for a new life far away, she had responded to an advertisement for a mail-order bride. Over the course of several months, she had corresponded with Beth Wallin about her brother John. Dottie hadn't corresponded directly with John, and was a bit hesitant to trust another man. But she hadn't been completely forthcoming either, as she had never mentioned her baby Peter. And she never intended to tell the truth about his father. Then John arrived for their meeting, and she learned that Beth had failed to inform him that she had ordered him a bride.

John couldn't believe what Beth had done. Not only was a woman alone in an unfamiliar place, but she now had no support system. He understood Beth only wished for him to be happy, but he knew he wasn't the type of man a woman wanted as a husband. He would step up and help Dottie until she either found herself a husband, or was able to settle somewhere where she was able to earn a living. The easiest solution for this was to bring her out to Wallin Landing where she could see if there was any work she could do, and meet some of the bachelors, none of whom John thought matched Dottie. He enjoyed spending time with her and Peter, and could easily envision a future with her. John just couldn't imagine that Dottie would ever be happy with him.

Mail-Order Marriage Promise was a lovely romance of healing, love, family and faith. Both John and Dottie have pasts that are jeopardizing a future together, and I loved watching as they reached out to one another to find happiness. Of course, this is Wallin Landing, and it isn't only Beth playing at matchmaker. I have enjoyed this series, and look forward to the next story.

Kathy Andrico -


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