Whenever Ella Bryson quits her job after being relentlessly pursued by her sleazy employer, she is kept homeless and penniless. Without any other available choices offered to her, she becomes a mail purchase bride.
The final thing on Thomas Winston’s brain is finding a spouse. He’s not receiving any more youthful, and based on their sibling, requires an heir. Imagine their shock whenever a bride he did order that is n’t in the city.
Will the wedding just do it, or will Ella be refused? And exactly how will Tom respond as he discovers Ella happens to be something that is hiding him?
Author’s Promise: this will be a heartwarming historical Christmas time novella with a cheerfully ever after closing with no cliffhangers. It’s on a clean and nutritious tale with nothing but hugs, kisses, and keeping arms.
Three months before their wedding, Clementine’s betrothed casts her aside in support of a more youthful girl.
Humiliated and with out a task, Clementine (Clemmie) becomes therefore desperate to start out afresh she agrees to be a Mail-Order Bride.
Rancher, Ethan Douglas did write to this n’t girl whom claims he did. To fend from the undesired improvements of some other girl, he agrees to a wedding in title just with Clemmie.
He gets the perfect job lined up on her behalf. Only if he can find away whom had written the letters he and Clemmie had supposedly exchanged. And exactly why?