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After the death of Katie's brother and sister in law, she must join forces with the only man she has ever had a crush on. The two need to find a way to come together to give their niece a stable life. Wil...

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Francis knew something needed to change immediately. He was only sixteen, but he understood that his family couldn't keep living on bread and beef jerky. In town one day, he noticed an advertisement for a mail order bride, and sent off a letter...­after signing his older brother's name. He'd just make sure to tell Andrew that his fiance was coming before she arrived. What could go wrong? Tracy had lived in an orphanage since she was just a few months old. She only had a month before she turned eighteen and had to find a new place to live, complete with employment or a wedding ring. There were no jobs worth taking for a young woman, so she answered a letter requesting a mail order bride. Andrew sounded perfect. She'd meet him, and he'd be thrilled to see her, and they'd live happily ever after. Right?

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After helping countless women find suitable husbands, Harriett is embarking on her own mail-­order bride journey, to marry a man whose sister has eight lovely daughters of her own. Her new husband seems to care for her, but doesn't understand Harriett's attachment to her faithful butler Higgins. Will she find herself in another bad marriage, or is this, at long last, her own happily ever after?­From the AuthorWant more matchmaking madness? Check out ROSE, the first book in the highly anticipated new series, SUITORS OF SEATTLE. Follow the adventures of eight western daughters, ready to benefit from the matchmaking expertise of their new Aunt Harriet, whom readers will recognize from the Brides of Beckham series.­Please keep in mind that this is not a Christian book. There are love scenes that are rated R.

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