Bear Creek Brides: Books 1 – 4

(4 customer reviews)

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Can you find love while living on the ruthless Frontier? Follow four passionate tales of finding happiness in the wild west.

Mathew Jenkins knows loneliness better than anyone. Jenny Philips needs to escape her domineering uncle who’s trying to sell her to the highest bidder.

A mail-order bride ad brings these two tortured souls together, but a deadly conflict threatens to spoil their chance at happiness.

Can the couple survive a bumpy trail to love and begin a new life together?

Sheriff Jacob Benning dreams of only one thing: Being a father. When Rosa Casey answers his mail-order bride ad, that dream may become reality.

But dangers of the Frontier hang over their happiness, seeking to destroy a relationship that has just started to blossom.

Will Jacob and Rosa survive the dusty dangers to live happily ever after?

Schoolteacher Dan Mavis believes the only way he’ll finally marry is if he mail-orders a wife. His elegant female colleague, Phoebe James, strongly disagrees.

Just as Dan starts noticing the beautiful assistant, his mail-order bride shows up, ready to break the couple apart.

Will Dan and Phoebe’s best chance for a happily-ever-after be ruined?

Edward James never thought he’d find love in Bear Creek, but everything changed the moment he met Morning Sun, a beautiful Sioux maiden.

Morning Sun loves Edward with all her heart, but the call of the wilderness is strong.

Amidst their troubles, the US military plans to ban her tribe to a reservation, separating the couple forever.

Can their love survive the harshest of tests?

In Bear Creek Brides: Books 1 – 4, you’ll find four exhilarating stories of how one brave act of venturing into the unknown can change your destiny.

Dive deep into a world of love and passion:

4 reviews for Bear Creek Brides: Books 1 – 4

  1. Shirley Forrest Nomakeo

    History Romance Heartache and Brides

    I received a free copy of this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed in exchange for an honest review.
    Four books included in the Bear Creek Brides Series. I read book 1 and was eager to read the rest to the end. I found it entertaining and historical, which I love. Book 2 was my favorite but they were all really good. I thought the narration was excellent and elevated the richness of the stories. I recommend reading this series and leave a review!

  2. Laura Rose

    This was my first experience with Amelia Rose’s work and it was enjoyable. Amelia Rose has written about a town named Bear Creek and the people that live there and in the surrounding area. There are four separate and varied stories in this omnibus but each of the stories include some of the same inhabitants of the region. These connections have the effect of the reader joining a community. Amelia Rose’s stories are lighthearted and entertaining often depicting an almost paradise here on earth. If you like sweet, chaste, love stories then you are sure to enjoy her work. Alan Taylor does a great job as the narrator and this added to my enjoyment of the series. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  3. Amy Corbell

    This boxed set is the first 4 books in the Bear Creek series. This is a mail order bride historical western setting. It’s not without interesting history tidbits about the Sioux Indians that live nearby and the time period this was set in has its own differences. These books are very clean romance and language. I am invested in these characters and what happens in the town.

    Book 1- Matthew & Jenny we’re the focus of this book. There is trouble between the miners & the Sioux, Matthew tries to smooth things over but someone gets hurt.

    Book 2- Jacob & Rosa were the focus of this book. Several miners start getting sick but no one knows what is causing it. The Sioux come to their aid even though the townspeople are very reluctant of their remedies but when the doctor falls ill, they agree to accept. This bridges the tricky relationship between the Indians and the miners.

    Book 3- Nancy is escaping her abusive father and seeking a destiny she hopes is awaiting her. This book focuses on Dan and Phoebe. Misunderstandings come between them but once she faces her past it helps her see things differently.

    Book 4- Trouble comes to town for the Sioux. The townspeople and the Indians work together to prevent them being forced from their lands. Edward pursues an Indian woman but her father stands in the way of the union.

    The narrator has a smooth and nice range of voice.

    This review has been left on BookBub , Goodreads, & Audible.

  4. Sheri MacNutt

    Amelia Rose had written stories the bring the reader along to a time when life was simpler and neighbors helped each other. There is handholding and a few kisses but don’t expect any heat. I found it refreshing.

    The books can be read as a standalone but the stories includes characters from the other books. So, if you really want to be immersed into the stories, start at the beginning.

    The narrator does a wonderful job with the voices and bringing the characters to life.

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