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Publisher's Summary

This 13,000 word novelette contains powerful Christian influences, love, family and other related themes meant to make you smile!
Mail Order Bride: The Cowboy's Homeless Widow takes place after the American Civil War and tells the story about a young woman who is need of a great change in her life. She desires love and security. Feeling compelled by God, she responds to a mail order bride advertisement from a cowboy living in Texas. After corresponding for some time, they begin to grow feelings for each other and decide to meet. However, there is a problem. The young woman has not been completely honest with the Christian man and feels that he may not love her for who she truly is. Will the cowboy see past her troubled history and love her for the woman she truly is?
©2014 Divinely Inspired Press (P)2014 Divinely Inspired Press
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathy on 12-19-14

Only by God's grace!

Which character – as performed by Joe Smith – was your favorite?

It's a toss-up between Jeremiah and his mother, Verna. I loved Verna for her kind heart and Jeremiah for his exuberant nature. I really enjoyed how Mr. Smith read Verna's elderly voice - perfect!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I especially liked the first meeting of Jeremiah and Cassie, and particularly Verna's comment about Jeremiah - a real chuckler! :-) But I was really taken aback by the surprise ending of this story - certainly wasn't expecting that!

Any additional comments?

There were so many wonderful Bible verses quoted in this story, many were already favorites, but now I have some new favorites as well! All are so encouraging and reminders that we just need to trust God in all areas of our lives. We need to stop thinking that we can do things in our own strength; it's God we need to focus on each moment of each day!

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