The Christmas Mail Order Bride By: Kit Morgan

  
Book Description....

Sheriff Clayton Riley asked for a pair of boots for Christmas, not a mail order bride! Unfortunately for Clayton, his brother and mother figured a bride would look better on him than a new pair of boots! After all, he'd been sulking around long enough after the death of his wife, and his family decided it was time to take matters into their own hands and see to it Clayton had a very merry Christmas!

Summer James was young, she was beautiful and, an impoverished orphan. Who would want such a woman? Obviously no one. For here she was, eighteen and now of age to set out on her own. But New Orleans was full of men with evil intent for one such as herself, and she saw no other choice but to take the only offer for survival she could find and become a mail order bride. What she didn't count on was becoming Sheriff Clayton Riley's Christmas present!
  


Title:  The Christmas Mail Order Bride       By:  Kit Morgan      Publisher:  Angel Creek Press
Series:  Holiday Mail Order Brides # 1
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean                          Rating: 4
Review: 

"The Christmas Mail Order Bride"

What I enjoyed about this novel....

I liked this  sweet romantic western holiday read.  The author gives the reader a very well written story with characters that were for the most part well developed, captivating and believable. What a story this was...a brother and his mom finding a mail order bride for his a brother and her son. What will come of this?  What will happen when Summer and Clayton's first meet?  Now, to get that part you will  have to pick up this good read to see what all happens  with this heroine and hero.  There will be some secondary characters that will really have you shaking your head and saying really?  However, be really for some  twist, humor and some suspense from this good read. 






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