Marietta’s Destiny (Faith Creek Brides, Book 5)

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Ambassador’s daughter Marietta Winthrop has given up her own prospects of marriage and family to be a companion to her melancholic aunt. She secretly longs for adventure and the love of a man who won’t try and change her but knows she is hoping for too much. She knows that all the men of her acquaintance would banish poor Aunt Clara to a sanatorium and she will not let that happen. But keen of mind, and inspired by a special day spent at the botanic gardens, Marietta begins to wonder if there just might be more to life after all.

Byron Hempthwaite is a disappointment – to his own parents, at least. But he has never let it stop him from following his passions. A highly respected lepidopterist, he has found success and contentment, but he longs to find love, too. But, just as he thinks he may have found such joy, a family tragedy tears him away to Faith Creek, Texas. But, being so useless, he forgot to ask the love of his life for her hand in marriage before he left. He knows she is pretty and clever, witty and delightful, and why should she wait for him? Will he be too late to win the woman he loves back?

2 reviews for Marietta’s Destiny (Faith Creek Brides, Book 5)

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    Faith Creek continues to have their men find the love of their lives through mail order brides. The spunky, smart Marietta is not accepted as the book worm and curious woman that she is and finds companionship with her grandmother. Their friend, Byron who loved to banter with these two moves back to Faith Creek to take care of his ill father. Now that these two women make the choice to find a new life where they will be accepted, and decide to do this through the mail order bride letters. Little do they know who they are going to meet up with when they get there! Gracey continues to give well developed characters and good, clean fun in her novellas. They are wonderful nuggets to enjoy.

    With Alan Taylor continuing the narration of this series, there is a down home feeling when his warm, baritone voice begins. He brings a sense of comfort as you listen.

  2. Cindy Nipper

    I’m enjoying this series! Often authors have run the gambit by this time and the series starts to repeats the stories a bit! Not so with Karla! Each story is unique and varied and I can’t wait to learn hot the next couple will meet!
    The Aunt’s voice was a bit off to me, but the rest of the narration was great!

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