His Mail Order Bride A Wild West wedding Thomas Greenwood expected his mail order bride to be plain and pregnant not a willow slim beauty She s clearly no practical farmer s wife but she s his chance finally to have a lo

  • Title: His Mail-Order Bride
  • Author: Tatiana March
  • ISBN: 9780373299195
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Wild West wedding Thomas Greenwood expected his mail order bride to be plain and pregnant not a willow slim beauty She s clearly no practical farmer s wife, but she s his chance finally to have a loving familyRunaway heiress Charlotte Fairfax fled the possibility of a forced marriage, yet now, assuming a stolen identity, she s wed to a stranger the moment she steps offA Wild West wedding Thomas Greenwood expected his mail order bride to be plain and pregnant not a willow slim beauty She s clearly no practical farmer s wife, but she s his chance finally to have a loving familyRunaway heiress Charlotte Fairfax fled the possibility of a forced marriage, yet now, assuming a stolen identity, she s wed to a stranger the moment she steps off the train She plans to stay only until it s safe to leave Except marriage to kindhearted Thomas is far complicated and pleasurable than she ever imagined

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    1. Charlotte Fairfax is on the run from her cousin, Gareth. Her father was a rich man, and upon his death, he left all of his fortune to her. However, Gareth is bound and determined to get her money and plans to marry her to get it. With the help of her younger sisters, Charlotte manages to escape their home and flees west, planning to hide until she turns 25 and inherits her fortune. While on the train, she comes across a young woman who had committed suicide. Seeing her body, Charlotte decides to [...]

    2. While I started reading this book (on a camping trip!) expecting a good old mail-order bride story, I was pleasantly surprised by the book. Charlotte's experiences getting west held surprises, Thomas as a hero held surprises, and I did not expect the last half of the book to go the way it did! I'm glad I read it and will look for the other two books - which will continue the saga of the Fairfax sisters.

    3. This was a nice story and a nice start to a trilogy. The only problem I had was that it seemed like much of the romance happened behind the scenes. I also think one part was kind of a throw away part. I don't think it was needed. I think other parts could have been fleshed out more to give readers a bit more romance between Thomas and Charlotte. Overall it was a good, well written story.

    4. This book had the potential to be really interesting but by the end, it just fell flat. It was disappointing if I'm honest. Both Thomas and Charlotte were lovely characters and whenever they interacted I couldn't help but want more from each moment but nearly most of the book it never came. Truthfully there wasn't much romance involved. Sure they grew to love one another but where was that romance? I barely saw it. It was heavily overshadowed by dragging inner monologues, at least one random plo [...]

    5. Good book. It opens with Charlotte and her sisters in Boston, realizing that Charlotte is in danger. Their unscrupulous cousin is determined to gain control of Charlotte's inheritance and is planning to force her to marry him. With her sisters' help, Charlotte escapes, but with little money and no idea how she'll survive until she's able to gain control herself. After a fright in New York City, she ends up on a westbound train, with no ticket, trying to dodge the conductor. When she finds the bo [...]

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