Mail Order Bride: Montana Rescue (Echo Canyon Brides, Book 1)

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A bold young woman. A rugged sheriff. Can passion blaze a trail to the untamed West?

260+ pages of dusty roads leading to love on the range!

Northwest Territory, 1800s. Josie Bainbridge loathes being the last single woman in her small Washington town. Resorting to answering mail-order-bride ads, she risks a perilous trip to Echo, Montana to find a potential suitor. But though the handsome sheriff lights up her heart, the brutal frontier quickly reveals unexpected threats.

Sheriff Evan Taft hopes attracting educated women will civilize his pioneer township. While he hits it off with the comely and virtuous Josie, he’s still haunted by his troubled past. And with a ruthless businessman intent on owning the entire settlement, Evan fears violence could once again terrorize his heart.

Despite the challenges, Josie and Evan’s love grows with the promise of their approaching wedding day. But when the sheriff fails to make the altar and the couple fight, Josie tearfully packs her bags and prepares to leave Montana and Evan forever.

When mistrust and misery tear them apart, can they mend their broken hearts and find their happily ever after?

If you like heartwarming scenes, courageous characters, and historical dramas, then you’ll adore Linda Bridey’s action-packed tales of true love against all odds.

2 reviews for Mail Order Bride: Montana Rescue (Echo Canyon Brides, Book 1)

  1. Isis Ray

    I enjoyed listening to this story. I liked that it was clean and sweet. There was a good array of characters with stories that intertwined well. I will definitely be listening to more books in this series. I thought the plot moved along at a good steady pace. It was easy to follow all the characters. I felt they were believable. I liked most of the characters with the exception of a couple. There was a good balance between the drama and romance aspects of the story. I liked the narrator as well. He did a good job at reading and at giving each character a voice. I would highly recommend both the author and narrator to others.

  2. Rosemary HUGHES

    I have to acknowledge the very comical and realistic characters portrayed by the narrator, through the voice characteristics of each person encountered. It adds so much to the an already charming collection of stories.

    Book 1 Montana Rescue

    It’s suggested that the sheriff should set the example, and in doing so, save the town, by finding a mail order bride.
    There’s drama, even before the prospective bride arrives, and it doesn’t stop there.
    There’s interference from sinister people, wanting to revel in other people’s misery.
    However, there is a HEA in this first episode.

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