Can two heartbroken strangers find the faith to love each other?
Boston socialite Elizabeth Lowell and her younger sister, Virginia, are devastated at the sudden death of their father. Worse, after their father's creditors finish picking over the remains of their lives, both girls are left with only empty hearts. Struggling to make ends meet, they each do what they can to stay afloat, but when Virginia takes a job singing in a disreputable tavern, Elizabeth realizes how perilous their situation truly is. Desperate to save her sister from descending into immorality, Elizabeth takes the drastic step to move them to Montana so that Elizabeth can marry a stranger. Can this heartbroken girl save herself, her new family, and make a place for herself in the heart of a stranger, who is still in love with the memory of his dead wife?
Montana homesteader William Edwards, a widower with two children of his own, doesn't want another wife. But when his oldest daughter, Mary puts an advertisement in the paper to help his dad find a new wife (and them a new mother,) William realizes he needs to take drastic action. He enters into correspondence with a woman from Boston and agrees to bring her and her sister West to Montana... After he makes it clear that he has no intention of falling in love. But when Elizabeth and Virginia step into his home and turn it inside out, will this mail order wife destroy the life and memories he holds so dear, or will he find the strength to risk his heart again?
Find out in Mail Order Wife, Book 1 of the Christian Mail Order Brides series.