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Publisher's Summary

Rachel Carson spent much of her life being treated as a second class citizen. When her well-to-do uncle died and left her penniless, she had no choice but to find a mail-order husband. She could only hope and pray he would be a kind and gentle man that she could spend her life getting to know and love.
Tom Kinney had a bit of a bad rap around town, but that wasn't about to stop his entrepreneurial spirit. Tom decided he would work hard promoting his new hardware store and find a wife to help settle his reputation down.
When Rachel arrived in Durango, Tom could not help but wonder why she chose to be a mail-order bride. Was she running from something, or did she just need a home?
Will Tom and Rachel find love and friendship when they least expect it?
©2015 Julie Pollitt (P)2016 Julie Pollitt
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By Slim on 04-18-16

part 3

This book was interesting. I like Rachel and Tom story. And its crazy how her uncle did her specially with the situation with the maid that is so wrong. I've listen to part 1 and now part 3 . now I have to read I mean listen to part 2, not sure if I have it though.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or for an unbiased via audiobookBlast dot com."

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By Ra Vendredi on 10-19-17


This story was perfect for my evening commute, and I found myself hanging to every word and forgetting about the traffic around me - just wonderful!

I love short books like this, with a story that fits the time constraint nicely and leaves you with a feeling of completion and liking the characters.

I got this book as a gift and leave this review voluntarily, but I'll be surely getting more books from the author (really, my commute sucks so books like this are a godsend). The narrator also did a wonderful job, with a pleasant voice and fitting voicing of the characters.

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