Mail Order Bride: Westward Winds (Montana Mail Order Brides, Book 1)

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True love requires trust…Can it thrive when a relationship is built on secrets and lies?

Tessa O’Connor is tired of the high society lifestyle, and the pressure is on for her to marry a wealthy man. Fearful of becoming trapped in a life that would make her increasingly miserable, she decides to try the mail-order bride approach.

Meanwhile, Dean Samuels is struggling to take care of his two young children while managing his ranch and business in the wake of his wife’s death. He jokingly agrees to his brother’s suggestion to place an ad for a bride, never expecting that anyone would reply…or that he would develop feelings for her so quickly.

After several months of correspondence, it’s clear that there’s something burning between Tessa and Dean, and Tessa starts planning to run away to Montana to meet him.

Everything looks perfect until Tessa uncovers a secret. Can she really trust Dean? And how many of their private and intimate moments are less private than she thought?

But Dean isn’t the only one with a secret, and when he discovers what Tessa’s been hiding, he isn’t sure he can trust her either.

Is their relationship doomed to a fate of mistrust and secrecy? Or is the love between them enough to carry them through and find their way back to each other’s hearts?

Mail Order Bride: Westward Winds is the first book in the Montana Mail Order Brides series.

Brimming with love and hope for a better life, it’s a tale of trust and betrayal that will stay with you long after you put the story down.

1 review for Mail Order Bride: Westward Winds (Montana Mail Order Brides, Book 1)

  1. Misty

    I first read this book in 2016. Here is my review. I enjoyed this book. I really liked the characters and enjoyed the way the book flowed. Although this was a short book, it did not lack on anything. I have already bought #2 & #3 in this series and am looking forward to them. Those who love western Mail order bride stories will definitely love this book.

    I just now listened to it on audio. J. Scott Bennett really brings this book to life! It went from a 4 star to a 5 star because of him

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