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Lottie: Bride of Delaware

Narrated by: Michael Rahhal
Series: American Mail-Order Brides, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 7 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical

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Summary

Lottie: Bride of Delaware is the first book in the unprecedented 50-book American Mail-Order Brides series!

Lottie Mitchell had a problem, a really big problem, and the only one who cared was, well, her. Oh sure, her roommate, Beth, gave stock to her theories of who was responsible for a tragedy that put herself and dozens of her co-workers out of a job. And yes, someone came up with the idea that in order to survive, they could all become mail-order brides, but still...Lottie wanted to know the truth. Did her sister, Leora, believe her? To a point, but not enough to keep from telling her that if she didn't drop her silly notions, she'd miss her own wedding! Her other roommates, Alice and Judith, groaned at any mention of helping her snoop around like a Pinkerton, and then there was her groom....

Sam Cooke gave up the notion of finding anyone from Clear Creek to marry. What available women there were, were either too young or too old, and heaven help him if his mother, Belle Cooke, got his matchmaking Aunt Sadie to help find him a bride. No, some things a man had to do on his own. But when he travels east on business to fetch his mail-order bride, little did he know what sort of hi-jinx awaited him on the journey home with her!

©2015 Kit Morgan (P)2016 Kit Morgan

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  • Lori Dykes
  • 04-06-20

A Journey of Healing

SImply wonderful!! Lottie was one of the young women out of a job when the mill burned down and she and her sister and friends decided there was not much hope to find a job so they decided to become mail order brides. Lottie's soon to be husband, Sam Cooke, was coming to her so they could marry and then go to his home instead of her going to him as was the usual practice. This story touched my heart so much. Lottie was obsessed with proving Mr. Brown who had owned the Mill they all had worked at was responsible for burning it down. She could not let it go, even when she met wonderful Sam and almost ruined their wedding. It is hard to let things go through our lives and this was a lesson in forgiveness. Sam was wonderful and I think I fell in love with him a little myself and I understood Lottie. I listened every second I had and with the amazing narration of Michael Rahhal which was perfect and the writing of the fabulous Kit Morgan, I really did not want the story to end. But the great news is there is still Lenora, Lottie's sister and several of the other girls to learn about!! Loved every second!!!

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  • joanie
  • 16-03-20

just ok

this story was just ok nothing to read about really Lottie got on my last nerves with her bully behavior Sam was ok

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  • shawny 57
  • 21-11-19

great book!!

this is such a fun book. it's not like some where the main character is miserable till the end and then there is 3 minutes of happiness! As soon as you meet the groom you adore him.

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  • NanaTammy
  • 16-08-17

Great!!

So enjoyed this book! Looking forward to reading many more books by this wonderful author!