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Matt Baynes let his friend Jacob talk him into writing for a mail-order bride for Matt. After all, he now had the care of his niece and nephew after their parents were murdered. They needed a caring woman to be their new mother. As for the wife, Matt didn’t figure he’d be alive that long. Not when he was going after the Blackwood brothers for the murder. Matt didn’t plan on such a beautiful and young mail-order bride. He almost wished he wouldn’t be getting himself killed soon.
Eleanor Fitzpatrick’s friend, Mrs. Gunni, shocked her. The lady, along with Eleanor’s seven-year-old sister, had answered an ad for a mail-order bride. And she was that bride! They had been facing some problems in Chicago, and with Lily’s problems, Eleanor decided it was best. So she headed on the train to Dillan, Montana, with Lily.
I could hardly set the book down until it was finished. I loved the story and the characters. An old cat named Whiskey added quite a bit of humor.
**I did receive this copy of the book from the author.
Mark Dakota was an orphan who ended up on the Rosen Ranch in Dry Creek, Montana. Eli Rosen wasn’t much of a father figure. Mark lived in the bunkhouse and worked the ranch like hired help…without the pay. After being injured while in the military, he returns to Dry Creek after receiving a letter from Eli. Things were quite different from when he’d left.
Bailey Rosen was a widow with one daughter and a baby on the way. Now, her father-in-law has passed away, and there are even more complications when it comes to the will. Thankfully, her childhood friend, who was also an orphan like she was, has returned. Mark made it easy to rely on him as he helped her with so many things while in the last weeks of her pregnancy. If only he weren’t so against marriage.
It was wonderful visiting Dry Creek once again. Mrs. Hargrove and the café and other familiar people and sites. I laughed and cried reading this story. Janet Tronstad has once again written a very heartwarming story.
Easter in Dry Creek
Announcing a new Dry Creek Series...
North to Dry Creek
Book 1: Alaskan Sweethearts
A Bride for Dry Creek is included in Ever After as well.
again. But never underestimate the power of a matchmaking mother.
relationship with Randy--and my future--are riding on my ability to share my heart.