Eric Johnson has been writing to his mail-order bride for months, and at long last, the day she’s due to arrive has come. Only, the young lady who comes off the stagecoach isn’t at all what he expected. She's homely in appearance, and she has an orphan child with her.
However, he is a man of his word, so he's going to marry her. He had enjoyed their correspondence over the past year, after all, and really, initial impressions aren’t everything. But when the preacher pronounces them husband and wife, he finds out she’s the wrong lady.
Caroline Benton’s just as shocked as he is, not realizing she’d gotten off at the wrong town and followed the wrong man home. Why, oh why, didn’t she think to ask him his name? Now she and the orphan child she brought with her are stuck in a strange town with a man who’d been waiting for someone else.
She can’t imagine he’s at all happy to be paired up with her for the rest of his life. Not only is she rather unattractive, but she doesn't know the first thing about housekeeping. Just what is she supposed to do to convince him it’s not the end of the world that he married the wrong mail-order bride?
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The Mistaken Mail Order Bride
This is easy to believe I often wondered what would happen if there was a mix-up in times or directions It always works out for the best.
Sonja Stover Bracey
It was a sweet love story and a child found a new home to be loved in. But, I'm confused in the first book of this series two men who were brothers were fighting over a stream and land the biological son had to have a child by the time he's thirty or the land goes to the illegitimate son. But in this book it says he has to be twenty-eight. Why the confusion?
Just loved it...
If your looking for a sweet and feel good cowboy romance mail order bride this is the book for you. I have all her books. Just love them