In a booming frontier town, a heavenly match may be in store for mail-order brides seeking a fresh start . . . women of strength and spirit who embrace the challenges of life and love in the wild Montana Territory.
Determined to save her father and siblings from a crumbling Chicago tenement, Emilia Stanek becomes the long-distance bride of a Montana rancher. But when she arrives in Helena, a rugged lawman shatters her plans with the news that her husband is dead—and deeply in debt.
County sheriff Mac McCall can’t afford to be distracted by the pretty young widow, not with scandalous secrets emerging as he investigates his friend’s suspicious death. Mac’s gruff order that she leave town at once only spurs Emilia’s resolve to take ownership of her late husband’s ranch and face his debtors. But as her defenses soften, Emilia begins to accept Mac’s help, feel compassion for his own wounded heart—and learns that trust means taking a leap of faith .
The Promise Bride is full of wonderful history. With great descriptions I'm taken back in time to how it must of felt for the poor to live and work in Chicago during the 1800's. How you dream at night of finding a way out for you and your surviving family.
Emila spoke to my heart with her hardworking and never give up attitude. She was smart enough to gain as much knowledge as she could while she was waiting for just the right chance to leave the squalor of Chicago.
I loved the twists and turns that are filled with surprises in this book. Then add in the romance and mystery and you have a wonderful read!
Gina Wilborn would love to giveaway an ebook of her first book in this series Come Fly With Me! I know I'm hooked and will be reading this one soon!
Lucky for us she will be back in September to giveaway a copy of The Promise Bride when it releases.
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