A Mail Order Bride Christmas

  • by Jessica Wolf
  • Narrated by Meghan Kelly
  • 1 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jessie lived with her family on their homestead and had helped the family build a successful farm raising crops and animals. Her greatest joy and passion was for training her young mare and galloping across the plains. To her shock and dismay, her family agrees to an arranged marriage with a wealthy family who traveled from back East to do business in their town.
Neither Jessie, nor her intended husband, want this union; but as she considers the situation they are both in, she realizes that their circumstances could be worse. James is being forced to marry or be disowned from the family business and all the wealth that comes from his name. He also knows that if he intends to be happy as a married man, he has to win her over and does his best to make her more comfortable with her new path in life.
They go through with the lavish celebration that is more for their families than for the couple, and soon they are bound in matrimony to try and make a life together while leading the family business in the remote prairie town.
Warning: Adults 18+ only due to sexually explicit content.


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I was voluntarily provided this book via audiobook boom. This book was not edited very well. It was also just 1 hour long and many parts seemed to be rushed. The story was different in that the parents made the arranged marriage and even though both of them did not want to do it. They did. Not enough meat in the story.
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This audiobook was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary unbiased review.
The romance was sweet, but i really did not like this book. Due to the inaccurate descriptions and word choices. This was NOT a mail ordered bride romance, but an arranged marriage. This was also historically inaccurate, in things like word usage for slut instead of immoral or loose woman. i give this story 2 stars, the narrator's performance was well done but she could read the phone book and it would sound great. overall it is a nice little short read, nothing to really ride home about, but not a book that should be unmade.

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- Dawn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-24-2015
  • Publisher: Jessica Wolf