The Christmas Mail Order Bride is the first in the Holiday Mail Order Bride Series! Enjoy these sweet romances as you read about characters falling in love during some of your favorite holidays!
Sheriff Clayton Riley asked for a pair of boots for Christmas, not a mail order bride! Unfortunately for Clayton, his brother and mother figured a bride would look better on him than a new pair of boots! After all, he'd been sulking around long enough after the death of his wife, and his family decided it was time to take matters into their own hands and see to it Clayton had a very merry Christmas!
Summer James was young, she was beautiful and an impoverished orphan. Who would want such a woman? Obviously no one. For here she was, 18 and now of age to set out on her own. But New Orleans was full of men with evil intent for one such as herself, and she saw no other choice but to take the only offer for survival she could find and become a mail order bride. What she didn't count on was becoming Sheriff Clayton Riley's Christmas present!
©2013, 2014 Kit Morgan (P)2014 Kit Morgan
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"Same old same old"
First there are too many expletives with God in it that is not usual in Christian books. Second, the girl is too helpless and unbelievable. 3rd, th sheriff would not let a woman hang on to him like that or kiss her hand. 4th the ending was exactly what I expected. Yawn
I loved it. it was endearing. heartfelt and romantic. this story had me in tears
Loved every minute of this book! The story draws you in from the first minute.
I was completely enthralled! I listened all the way to work (about 1hr and 45minutes) and all the way home.
"Mail Bride Review "
good book. clean. entertaining. will read again and order more. not too long. just right.
It is a fun and easy read. Just what you need sometimes. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
"A great mail order bride story!"
A very cute story of overcoming fears and hurt of the past and finding love!
I loved it almost all the way through. I Spencer should've married young Davis girl.
"loved the book."
loved it. it was a different way of organizing the intended story from all the rest of the books.
"This made me smile"
The story was full of warmth and goodness. It was odd to have a male voice reading a romance novel.
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