Mail-Order Bride

A Novel

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Publisher Description

This irresistible classic novel from Debbie Macomber puts a modern spin on an old-fashioned way of finding “the one.”
 
After Caroline Myers gets her heart broken, her beloved great-aunts send her on a spur-of-the-moment northern adventure, equipped with little more than a batch of their special spiked tea. But soon after hopping a plane to Gold River, Alaska, a still loopy Caroline takes part in an odd ceremony that ends with a kiss from her personal tour guide. The next thing she knows, she wakes up with a ring on her finger.
 
Paul Trevor has always wanted a family, but his long work hours and remote location make dating impossible, so he takes an unconventional first step: sending away for a wife. He falls hard for Caroline’s photograph and letter, but after the wedding, it’s clear they’ve both been duped by his new bride’s well-meaning aunts. Caroline’s afraid this trip has been a mistake. Now Paul just needs to convince her it’s the best mistake she’ll ever make.
 
Published by Debbie Macomber Books

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
June 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
136
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
3.1
MB

Customer Reviews

MHCounselor ,

Not my first

Mail order bride wasn’t the first book I’ve read of Debbie Macomber’s and it won’t be the last. Her way of weaving a story that pulls you in is amazing. Apparently, her gift of writing has gotten even better, if that’s possible. She brings her characters to life and you feel like you’re right there. You won’t be disappointed when reading even her first novels as she has a talent that makes you want to keep reading to know what could possibly happen next.

Elaynasoma ,

Mail Order Bride

“Classic” is the right word. Easy, mindless read, but dated and too short. Not up to her current standards.

working momma01 ,

Great story need more

I have come to this book through my sister one day(paper back) I loved this story. I just wish Debbie could make more from this story line. Would recommend this book for anyone who wants to read something while sitting down and waiting or just want a drink and a book to read.

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