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Montana Bargain Bride is a story about a different kind of mail order bride It is a clean, tender love story of a young couple searching for happiness Joanna Stevens was left at the altar when her fianc , Lester Burke decided he did not want to get married, and took off for parts unknown Fearful of what the townspeople and her friends might think or say about her, Joanna withdrew from any contact until one day on a whim, she answered an advertisement placed by a lady in nearby Pittsburgh for women interested in becoming a wife to her nephew Joanna answered the ad and was selected by the aunt Then she faced the painful decision on whether to travel to far off Montana Clint Williams is the son of a wealthy rancher and mine owner in the fictional town of Bitter Root, Montana He asked for his aunt s help because of a lack of eligible young ladies in Bitter Root Joanna s life is turned upside down when the long gone but not forgotten Lester Burke turns up in Bitter Root, and tries to reestablish ties with Joanna Will she forgive and forget Will she return to Beaver Falls Will she take the chance on Clint Read all about why Clint calls the advertisement the best bargain he ever had

10 thoughts on “Montana Bargain Bride (Montana Mail Order Brides)

  1. Kristin King Kristin King says:

    Would have been classic mailorderbride story except that it was almost all dialogue and movement None of the feelings and thoughts going on inside the characters is described or hinted at except what can be inferred by what they say or do next The story s emotional value was deflated by this The style might appeal to other readers Recommend you read the sample to see if this fits the bill for what romance readers are looking for.

  2. Joyce Outlaw Joyce Outlaw says:

    Very very good bookI read it until it was done It was very interested I love the book I did not want to put it down until I was finish with the book Thanks for writing the book Look forward to readingof your books.

  3. Nita Miller Nita Miller says:

    Aunt knows bestClint ready to marry but no available women in Montana He writes to his auntie to help find a wife for him Joanna was embarrassed to be left at church without a groom With fate on her side, she answered the ad from Clints auntie for mail order bride.

  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    I liked the general story line, but the punctuation was so bad that it made reading difficult Needs editing by a professional Dialog was paragraphed, which normally indicates a new speaker but wasn t, so I was often lost trying to decipher who was speaking.

  5. Shirley Ketcham Shirley Ketcham says:

    Same as aboveA Wonderful Story I could not stop reading it Very well written Drama, Family and Love I will readof her booksShirley Ketcham