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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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As the sixth in a family full of girls, Hyacinth felt she often faded into the woodwork. Of course, she liked living in her own world, where no one really bothered her. She spent her days at the library working on her book, and her evenings hiding in her room. She was determined to be just as good as all her sisters, most of whom she felt overshadowed by.
Lawrence watched the pretty girl in the library for weeks before he finally approached her, only to learn she was the younger sister of his favorite person in the city. To him, Hyacinth was perfect. Of course, he had no idea how to court a woman. Thankfully, he found a newspaper column that would teach him everything he needed to know. Would she always think he was crazy every Tuesday when he followed its advice, though?

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This book was previously published as the same title by Morganna Mayfair.

Ultimate evil is coming, and Eva knows her magic is needed for the fight. Saving the world was always going to be hard, but with Normans taking over everything she knows, it's only getting harder. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with a Norman peasant turned warrior.

Hugh once believed that magic was evil, and he hesitates over his feelings for Eva. Her magic, and her status as a member of the nobility, put her out of his reach. How can he ever ask her to marry a peasant? But if he doesn't, how will he keep her safe from the evil stalking her?

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The 8th-­10th books in the bestselling Brides of Beckham Series. Included are: Mail Order Motherhood, Mail Order Matron, and Mail Order Meddler.

Mail Order Motherhood: When Clara's husband dies and leaves her with two children and a farm she can't run on her own, the bank evicts her small family, and she needs to find a new home fast. She answers an advertisement to be a mail order bride, hoping that the agency will find a place where she can not only be useful, but her children can be loved.

Recently widowed Montana rancher, Albert, can't raise his children alone, but won't risk loving another woman. Albert is convinced that he'll never love another woman like his deceased wife. When Clara shows up with two children, he's certain he’s made a mistake by taking another woman into his home. Can Clara convince him that together they can be a happy family?

Mail Order Matron: After a life dedicated to her mother, Julia takes a chance and becomes a mail order bride. Edward, a . . .

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As the sixth in a family full of girls, Hyacinth felt she often faded into the woodwork. She liked living in her own world, where no one really bothered her. Lawrence watched the pretty girl in the library for weeks before he finally approached her. He had no idea how to court a woman. Thankfully, he found a newspaper column that would teach him everything he needed to know.

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Five bestselling Western romance authors come together to bring you one collection of all-­new stories that will sweep you off your feet!

MAIL ORDER MIDWIFE by Kirsten Osbourne - Widowed midwife Patsy Lawrence spent too much time working and not enough with her young daughter. She knew Emily's childhood would be over before she realized it, so she responded to an ad for a mail-­order bride, hoping for a better future for them both.

Dr. Wesley Hardy needed a wife to complete him, so he sent a letter to a mail-­order bride agency back East. When he received a letter from a widow with a young daughter, he was thrilled with everything but her profession. Could he live with the fact that his new bride was a midwife? Or would they be destined to live without love for the rest of their days?

A BROKEN WING by Amelia C. Adams - Bored beyond all reason while riding a train from Missouri to Colorado, Trinity Scott amuses herself by imagining things about the passengers around her, . . .

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