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Dylan Jones believes that love will never find him again. Left alone to bring up his son after the tragic loss of his first wife, he knows that happiness is fleeting. He knows he has already been blessed, growing up to wealth and privilege and having found the one woman who could make his heart sing. But Kyle needs a mother, and he needs companionship, as he tries to build a new life away from everything he once knew. He is not looking for anything more, but will he find out that sometimes we don't get quite what we might think we are looking for?
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By PATRICIA on 10-19-17
Great start to this series!
A new spin on this Mail Order Bride book found me smiling right through. This is the first of a new series and Karla Gracey gave it a little twist. Catherine is a maid and begins her correspondence with Dylan, a widower living in Texas. Dylan is looking for companionship for himself, but more importantly a woman who will love his son as her own. As their letters go back and forth, their feelings grow, but as we all know, text is not always the easiest way of communication. This to me is where the surprise comes in. Arriving at her house, Catherine is shocked to find Dylan there ready to take her to dinner! Not your usual ticket to Texas to see if you suit! He came to her! I love this story, it is so fun and heart warming, and Dylan's son is so adorable. This is a great start to this series!
J Scott Bennett is the narrator of this historical western. He is so perfect for a series like this, his voice and cadence lend a soothing tone to your ears and really make the story enjoyable.
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By April H. on 10-14-17
Catherine Finds Love
Mail Order Bride - Catherine Finds Love
By: Karla Gracey
A short sweet clean western historical mail order bride fiction. Dylan A widower advertises for a bride to be a mother to his three year old son. Catherine a chamber maid back east wishes for a different life. Letters back and forth begin what maybe a real romance if Dylan can move past his late wife's memory. The listener will be transported into the past without time travel. A good light listen!
The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. J. Scott Bennett is enjoyable to listen to as he narrates this tale.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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