Looking for Love

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Running away from the past leads back to it, eventually.

Fiona jumps on a train heading west to escape her traumatic past. Through an exchange with a woman on the train she ends up in Hays explaining to Sam Jordan why his mail order bride isn’t going to arrive. She is invited to stay with his family where a plot develops in her mind: if she marries her name will change and the law wouldn’t find her. Which man should she try to marry, Sam or his minister brother Martin? Events occur that select the man for her. What if he discovers her past? Or, what if she discovers his?

2 reviews for Looking for Love

  1. Catrina P

    Another fantastic historical romance by Barbara Goss. I love how each story is a self contained piece, but it has ties to her other stories as well.

    Tom Jordan is the perfect narrator.

    I was provided a free review copy of this audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    Listening to a book, sometimes it is easy to get distracted, rewind and listen again. This book was is so easy to listen to and the story so entertaining, you don’t miss a thing first time around. Barbara Goss has given the mail order bride genre a slight twist with the misdeliveries, and Fiona Sullivan is definitely misdelivered. After fleeing her home in Boston, she boards a train, befriending a woman who is supposed to be meeting Sam,her groom to be. This never happens, and the groom’s information is given to Fiona. Never intending to stay, Fiona stops in Hayes and is going to let the Sam know that he will not be getting married. So the story begins. This family Fiona meets, with Addie, Sam’s mom and Martin, Sam’s brother are warm and inviting. Sam, not so much, so the question comes down to, will Sam and Fiona fall in love? Will Fiona’s past get in her way of happiness? Will Sam’s? Love the way this story plays out, with all it’s loving banter, jealous lovers, and murder mystery.

    Keeping those earbuds in is the smooth, baritone voice of Tom Jordan. Relatively new to the scene for me, Tom is able to easily distinguish between characters and create a world you fall into. His voice is pure romance.

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