Publisher Description

At last, Will Logan can sit back and wait for the grandchildren to come. If he doesn't die first.

Texas Brides, Mail-Order Style, a sweet historical western romance!

Even after successfully finding mail-order brides for his sons, Will continues to have chest pains, and his sister is talking of going back home to Ft. Worth and her husband. But if she does that, he and Florence will be alone on the ranch and Florence will also have to leave. If his heart pains don't kill him, he'll for sure die from losing the city woman he's fallen in love with, yet all he can seem to do is stick his foot in his mouth when he tries to talk to her.

Florence Foster has accomplished more than what she came to Texas for. Her goal was to help four young ladies find husbands, and she's done that and made an unexpected connection with her secret daughter as well. Her work is finished and she needs to return to Chicago, but how can she if her heart remains in Texas with Will?

This Christian romance completes the Texas Brides, Mail-Order Style series that also includes:

*Mail-Order Shotgun Wedding--Faith's story
*Corralling the Cowboy's Heart--Temperance's story
*A Bride by Christmas--Ida's story
*The Substitute Groom--Lily's story

Don't miss these clean and wholesome Christian Western romance stories of faith, hope, and love.

Fiction & Literature
December 10
Mildred Colvin
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Kwahydal ,

Enjoyable diversion

Without details from the past upfront, it took awhile to piece together the story. Even so, it seemed like some holes never got filled in. But that aside, it was a nice diversion.

Midwest Brides ,

December Love

I loved your book December Love, and I can't wait to read the next books in your series from this story. You are an amazing writer and keep one guessing what comes next. Please send me your next Books as soon as possible, I am very anxious to receive your work of Art. MK Bennett

MaryAlice 06 ,

Great Book!

Loved this book, it was very fun to read!

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