Mail Order Bride - A Bride for Ethan : Sun River Brides

  • by Karla Gracey
  • Narrated by Alan Taylor
  • Series: Sun River Brides
  • 1 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Maggie Smith left her home and family behind her to forge a successful career. But she is beginning to wonder if it truly was worth all the sacrifices she has made. But her desire for a family and loving partner may be a challenge too far. Has she already had everything she dreamed of, and foolishly pushed it away?
Ethan Cahill has spent most of his adult years alone, wandering wherever he could find work. His family's newly found luck has given him the stability he once craved. But is it enough? Can he truly find a way to settle after all these years, and can he ever let go of his past?

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This was a sweet story, Maggie is driven and Ethan is a loner.

However, they both are filled with determination and a will to make their marriage work.

Overall, this was a good clean romance that was a worthwhile read or listen.


Alan Taylor did really well with the narration, his voice was clear and calming.

Note:
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

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- jean doe

A bride for Ethan

Overall review for Sun River Brides, books 2-5: Karla Gracey's Mail Order Bride series is a series of sweet romantic shortstories. The stories are very fast-paced and only told - not showed. In some books I didn't connect with the characters at all. You won't get much background stories to the characters' lives and in some points you only get the point of view from one of them. These books are good entertainment if you need a short listen once in a while.

About 'A Bride for Ethan': In this story Maggie and Ethan corresponds and finds out that they are 'childhood sweethearts' - if that's a thing. Again I had a problem with a wedding two days after they were re-united. These stories doesn't have much passion and romance either. It's like the characters do what they believe is most sensible, not what their heart tells them to do. I need to FEEL them, but I don't. I miss the passion and romance from Barbara Cartland and the drama and storyline from Danielle Steel. If you love that too, these books are not for you.

Alan Taylor did a very good job in narrating this series and has a very pleasant voice and made characters come to life. I'd love to hear him in other books as well.

*This book was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review.
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- Simona

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-18-2016
  • Publisher: Karla Gracey Books