Indian Mail Order Bride and the Blacksmith (Daisy Creek Brides, Book 8)

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If she was ever to take a chance on love, it’s now or never.

As a woman of the Lakota Indian tribe, Macha has often been encouraged to mingle with the townsfolk of Daisy Creek. That was how she came to know Mr. Dennis Forks, the town’s new blacksmith who settled in Daisy Creek some months ago.

Ever since she first saw him, Macha has found herself drawn to Dennis. Fascinated by his intriguing trade and attractive appearance, her shy nature has kept her at a distance till now.

But then, Macha learns that Dennis has advertised for a mail-order bride. Suddenly, the chance to become closer to this burly blacksmith is slipping through her fingers, and so Macha takes the leap and replies to his advertisement – writing as a fictitious woman living in Nebraska.

After receiving many replies to his advertisement for a mail-order bride, Dennis is moved by the letters sent from Aurora Thompson. As their correspondence leads to them growing closer by the day, Macha soon realizes that she must find a way to come clean to Dennis about her identity.

But will he ever forgive her for misleading him?

And what will he think of the woman he has already begun to fall in love with?

Indian Mail Order Bride and the Blacksmith is an uplifting tale of love and fighting for what you want. Will Macha find a way to keep Dennis’ love, once he learns the truth of who she really is? Or will her deception prove to be too great an obstacle for them to overcome?

2 reviews for Indian Mail Order Bride and the Blacksmith (Daisy Creek Brides, Book 8)

  1. Danny Harr

    Another great story in the Daisy Creek series. In this book Macha an Indian girl starts liking Dennis the Blacksmith. This is my favorite so far Macha is the nicest girl you could ask for. There is a good story line. I highly recommend this book. If you like this genre you will love this book. Gina Dobbs brings these books to life. She is an excellent narrator. I received a copy of this book from audiobooks unleashed but that has no influence on my review.

  2. Benita Dilley

    With an innovative and surprisingly creative plots and characters, this novel has a Sioux bride crushing on Daisy Creek’s new brawny blacksmith, and bridging their personal cultural divide.

    Series can be read in any order, but the characters are loveable, so do the series in order to get maximum enjoyment as early series leads do cameos in later books.

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