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Jamie Collins doesn't have much to live for in Walhalla, North Dakota. Her husband passed away two years ago and she has been working as a housekeeper on a ranch. Jamie's employers are difficult people to work for and she dreams of getting away from them. She has a history with men and is ostracized by many of the townspeople. Jamie wants a better life but has no way to make that happen.
Jamie comes across an ad in The Walhalla Press for mail-order-brides. She jumps at the chance to find a good man and secure a happy future. Ever the realist, she knows that the chances of making a love-match are slim, but she'll settle for a good man who is a good provider. She finds an advertisement from a younger Montana ranch hand that catches her eye and she sets her sights on him. It should be easy to wrap him around her little finger.
Luke Samuels has had a rough couple of years. He's been jilted by the girl of his dreams and laid off from his employment with a local Dawson County, Montana ranch. His cousin Dean Samuels hires Luke on as a ranch hand. Luke sees how happy Dean and Tessa are together and wants that kind of happiness for himself. Even though he's painfully gun shy about the opposite sex, he's willing to take a chance to find a bride who's a sure thing. Leaving nothing to chance, he enlists the help of his cousin Marcus Samuels to help him write the perfect ad that will entice a willing female to come to Montana.
When they meet, Luke is bowled over by the beauty with the emerald green eyes and auburn hair, but is instantly tongue-tied. Jamie is not sure how they're going to develop a relationship when he can barely talk to her, but she sets out to seduce the handsome man with the soulful brown eyes and sweet smile. A game of cat and mouse ensues and Jamie finds out that marrying Luke is easy, but capturing his heart is going to be harder than she anticipates.
©2014 Beldene Publishing (P)2016 Beldene Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By jey cee on 10-08-16

Box set 4-6

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I love how each one brings out different characters and difficulties to be overcome. They flow quickly and smoothly. All the characters are so real, interesting & fun. I enjoy listening every minute.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Love2Read on 05-26-17

Fun, light, Mail Order Bride Stories

What did you love best about Montana Mail Order Bride Box Set, Books 4-6?

The characters are warm and inviting. I wanted to follow them to see what happened to them next, to learn which couple would be the next to find romance and family.

What about J. Scott Bennett’s performance did you like?

I thought he did a terrific job narrating this series of books.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It's far too long, it is a three book box set, running over nineteen hours -- to listen to in one sitting, but if it was manageable, I'd have enjoyed listening to it all at once.

Any additional comments?

These audio books present the listener with fun, light stories of young cowboys reaching out via newspaper ads to find a bride. The characters are warm and enjoyable; watching them interact provides a sense of contentment. I will say that there are many instances where I thought these books were more contemporary than historical, but I still found them compelling listens. I wanted to know what happened next. I still do! And there are more books to follow in this series, so I’m hoping to find them in an Audible sale sometime soon. While the author may not perfectly follow historic fact, she does make the stories entertaining and does an amazing job at connecting one book to the next. I look forward to learning how the next set of books is connected to these three and the three earlier ones.

The narrator, J. Scott Bennett, offers the perfect voices and delivery for this series of books, and I don’t say that just because he gave me this box set as a gift. He made it very easy to follow the story, even when I was doing other things while I listened. It was rare that I had to go back, as I often do in audio books, and re-listen to a section. I was surprised at how well he distinguished each female voice, and there are quite a few women characters, so that you could almost always know which woman was talking. His male voices are very good too, but I find the fact that he can do women’s voices with such panache is a sign of his talent. He gets an A+ from me for his work on this series.

For those to whom these are important matters in choosing a book, there is discussion of rape and instances of premarital sex. There are also some swear words used, but overall, this is a sweet, clean set of books that revolves around the Samuels family and their friends and neighbors.

If you enjoy light, historic, humorous books, these very well might be a hit with you.I received this audio book from the narrator as a gift. His generosity had no influence upon my stated opinions.

I thank him for sharing his talent, and that of Linda Bridey with me, and apologize for taking so long to get around to completing my listening. The delay had nothing to do with the quality of the books or their performance.

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5 out of 5 stars
By A D. on 11-16-16

Enjoyable Historical Western Romance Series

I really enjoy listening to this series. I love how each story is stand alone but together they form the wonderful tapestry of a growing, developing community. The characters are, for the most part, strong yet flawed and, as such very interesting. Despite the stories being rather similar, as they are all historical western mail order brides, the details vary tremendously. The people are different in personailities and personal histories and their strengths and vulnerabilities are unique. It is hard not to become a little emotionally invested. I want to read or listen to the next book because I want this community to persevere and thrive.

If the Samuels (the first three books) are the backbone of these stories, these three books are about the corner blocks of a community, namely the mayor and the sheriff. These three books focus on three women who were the best of friends before they come to Dawson. The challenges of their youth solidify their friendship and make them uniquely appropriate to meet the ups and downs of Dawson with their prospective grooms.

As usual J. Scott Bennett has given a well matched performance.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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