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Publisher's Summary

Abigail Johnson hadn't expected that a lawman of the Wild West would ignite something in her she’d thought died along with her first husband. Now that they are married, he wants to take her into the Indian Territory.
Gabe Hawkins aims to find what lies further beneath Abby’s matronly facade. When an order from the territory judge reassigns Gabe to Fred, Indian Territory, he and Abby are forced to start a new life away from civilization.
When a gang of outlaws roll into town and take over the trading post, Abby wishes she’d listened to her husband. Instead, she finds herself a hostage, and Gabe is trying to find a way to get her out alive.
©2017 Debbie Fritter (P)2018 Debbie Fritter
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4 out of 5 stars
By J&M Demildt on 03-07-18

Quick clean historical romance

The Marshal's Bride
The Marshal's Bride is a quick, clean, romantic story. It follows mail order bride Abigail as she weds and moves West with her new Marshal husband. Along the way they find love, but also struggle in their new dangerous environment. I enjoyed most aspects of this story- I thought the plot was interesting and kept me listening. The characters were likeable- if a little overly dramatic in their romantic thoughts and declarations after knowing each other a very short time. There were some aspects of it that I didn't think added to the story- like a sideline about the Civil War. However, the story moved along quickly- and I enjoyed it. The one downfall of this story was the narration. It was better than that of book one, but it was definitely not fantastic. It was a little choppy and could have used a bit more editing. I might recommend this as an ebook read instead of an audiobook.

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4 out of 5 stars
By A.P.Reader on 02-10-18

The Chisholm Trail story continues!

The Marshal’s Bride is about a bachelor marshal and a widow from back east looking to find love again. Both have pain from that past and have to learn how to navigate the waters of matrimony even when they don’t think they can trust each other. Trust and love have to grow and this couple must learn both or lose everything.

This is the second book in Maxine Douglas’ Brides Along the Chisholm Trail. The story was good besides the confusion of the couple from book 1 having their wedding again in this book. I am assuming that this book was happening at the same time as book 1, but that was confusing to me.

The narration was better in this book that last one, but there were many technical problems, phrasing problems and most of the time I felt like the narration was just reading the book and sometimes she sounded choppy and very unnatural. I know she is a new narrator and is getting her feet wet. She was better than the last book but it was difficult to listen to at times.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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