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He yearns for family. She’s desperate to escape hers. When the stagecoach delivers his wife-to-be, will he win her wounded heart?

Mathew Jenkins feels isolated on his remote, rural ranch. Though he longs for a family, women in mining country are scarcer than gold nuggets. So he’s delighted by the dapper response to his mail-order bride ad from a comely Virginian lady.

Jenny Phillips’ good name was ruined by her father’s stupidity. Forced into hiding with her ma, she’s desperate to put her pa’s stained reputation behind. But when her domineering uncle tries to sell her to the highest bidder, she flees by answering a lonely Montana man’s classified....

Upon meeting the Virginia rose, Mathew falls hard and offers to help her get settled. And though Jenny finds herself attracted to the kind-hearted cattle farmer, she fears a marriage amid deadly conflict between miners and natives could spoil their chance at happiness.

Can the couple survive a bumpy trail to love and begin a new life together?

The Rescued Bride's Savior is the first book in the charming Bear Creek Brides historical western romance series. If you like sweet relationships, frontier tensions, and action-packed pages, then you’ll adore Amelia Rose’s engaging tale.

Buy The Rescued Brides Savior to ride up to the altar today!

©2020 Amelia Rose (P)2020 Amelia Rose

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  • Gabrielle
  • 16-06-20

Good story

First time listening to this author. Not predictable as most stories are. Plan to listen to entire series.

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  • Danny Harr
  • 03-06-20

aA good book to listen to

I loved it. it kept me interested from start to finish. Amelia Rose can write some good storylines. Alan Taylor is perfect for these type books. Thank you

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  • Chaquitah Jackson
  • 23-05-20

Love Amelia Rose Books!!!!

I continue to love all of the stories that author Amelia Rose create. The christian faith the author has is easy portrayed throughout all of her books. I just pray more of her books were easy access though audible.com. I hope to see the whole Bear Creek Series on audible.com soon.

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  • Danielle Carpenter
  • 23-05-20

I found Jenny too recalcitrent

I loved Matthew in this story. He really opened his life to Jenny, even though he didn't require marriage for her to come to his ranch. Jenny I found she played the I want to build my own life card way too much. She didn't even think what she was imposing on Matthew. Matthew however fell hard for Jenny, and wanted to find some way to show Jenny how much he cared. Unfortunately, the miners tried to start a war while Jenny was in the Indian's camp. The plot & storyline are excellent, but Jenny's character was off putting at times, and her cooking skills are quite different translating them from a recipe to actually cooking, especially when you have never cooked before. Her mother was fortunate that she knew how to do certain things, even though she never actually did them herself.

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  • I. Ray
  • 16-05-20

Sweet Mail order Bride romance

I really enjoyed this story. I found it to be a great mail order bride story. I liked the interaction between the characters. Mathew and Jenny were very compassionate people. I loved that his best friend was an Indian in a time where they were so feared. I loved that she was open minded to that as well. The plot was interesting and kept me engaged. I felt bad when things went from good to bad. I was elated when they went back to good again. The narrator did a fantastic job as well. He is always very good at bringing characters to life. I would listen to him read any book, any day, all day. I would highly recommend this book and this narrator to anyone who enjoys reading historical romance reads about mail order brides.

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  • Sena
  • 14-05-20

Wonderful book.

Love led it!! Looking forward to reading book 2. Love Alan Taylor also. Getting read to start in book .

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 11-05-20

Smoothing Out Differences

THE RESCUED..BRIDES. SAVIOR....Amelia..Rose Matthew with his longer hair, and having Indian friends, watching the sun set on his cattle ranch. The cattle drive was done, now preparing for the winter, and feeling lonesome, what was he missing, Leaving school early he had no friends. Brown Bear the Sioux Chief telling him the miners won’t stay off their land, and scaring the deer away. Then telling him The Great Spirit had a message for him to get a wife, and fill his house. With their father dead and the scandal, her mother and her had no home. Now with the Uncle now saying Jenny had to marry, the suitor were old enough to be a father. Her Mother shows her the matrimony ads in the newspaper. and thinking it was a joke to lighten their distress. Could she live out west, and learn domestic chores. A heartwarming story that flowed, learning the hopes these two have for. marriage and companionship. A different life for Jenny and her mother, giving them freedom, and out from the Uncle and a marriage Jenny didn’t. want. Given ARC audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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  • Zena
  • 10-05-20

Suspense Filled Romance!

This is a very sweet and interesting romance about a young lady and her mother who flee their previous life after a brief correspondence with a rancher, straight to Montana where she connects up with the rancher. He accepts them into his home and life and they soon find work, meet and befriend the local Indians. Jenny and Mathew soon find that they have a mutual attraction and that their liking of each other is growing daily. I loved the strengths that each of these three characters show and also that this was a really easy story to follow. There are some suspenseful, nail-biting moments that may have you trying to figure out what will happen before it does and this makes the story even more interesting. In December 2019 I read an Advance Reader Copy of the ebook and have now listened to the audiobook version in which Alan Taylor does a superb narration which really help bring it to life. I enjoyed both versions tremendously and am very happy to recommend them. My voluntary and unbiased review of both is recorded above.

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  • PATRICIA
  • 08-05-20

Sweet and warm

After the death of her father, Jenny Phillips is faced with an arranged marriage for money by her uncle. Not willing to settle for this, Jenny and her mother Margaret embark on a journey to Montana in answer to a mail order bride ad placed by Matthew Jenkins. Matthew is lonely and after hearing Jenny's plight is willing to have her come to live with him. And then our fun begins. While there is definite chemistry between Jenny and Matthew, their class difference is evident. It's a blast listening to the adjustments Jenny and Margaret have to go through to become part of the ranchers. I liked Matthew with his patience and loving manner too. The growing love between Matthew and Jenny is slow and sweet. It's an easy listen, full of fun, memorable scenes and characters and gives that warm feeling to your heart. Alan Taylor has the perfect voice for western historical romance. He holds a slight twang to his voice, and the warm baritone is very soothing to the ears. Easily switching between characters, there is no problem distinguishing who is speaking. He always makes a listen enjoyable.