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Publisher's Summary

Jilted and humiliated by the man she had expected to marry, Emma Hartwood now feels that she is a burden at home. In desperation, she starts corresponding with a gold prospector out West named Harry and decides to become a mail order bride.
On the train, she makes friends with another woman who is also a mail order bride, she has a new baby and is hopeful of a new life. However, her husband to be knows nothing of this baby and she believes it will destroy the marriage before it even begins. Suddenly Emma's new friend disappears, leaving Emma with the child.
Emma is forced to have to convince Harry that the baby isn't hers and find the baby's real mother before her life gets way too complicated.
©2016 Emma Ashwood (P)2016 Burton Crown
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5 out of 5 stars
By Slim on 04-26-16

great

I like listening to mail order brides books. I've read a lot of books about mail-order brides book. Always catch my attention when I listen to these books about two random people marrying each other. I never knew it was such a thing.

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5 out of 5 stars
By NanaTammy on 02-09-18

Wonderful!

This was a very good book. You do not have to have given birth to a baby to fall in love with it, as Emma learned so happily.

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