Book Review: The Christmas Bride by Melanie Dobson

Legacy of Love Book 4

The Christmas Bride by Melanie Dobson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Our God is awesome

At first, distracted and put off by the behavior and rules of their church, I continually found God working and answering as the main couple began their outreach to the Indians of North America. I witness the promises and power of God in the people who are called by His Name.

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Christian and Susanna had never met when they were chosen by lot to marry in a Moravian community in Germany. But in 1754, they traveled together with a dozen other newly married couples to Nazareth, Pennsylvania, to help establish a Moravian borough and share their faith with the surrounding Indian nations.

Susanna’s heart warms toward her new husband even after she learns that he had wished to marry another woman. As war rages between the British and French Indians—and the Moravians face a crisis that almost destroys their community—Christian must decide if he can forgive his past and love the bride that God has given him.

Only the hope found in the Christmas child can heal his faith and his family.

Legacy of Love is a series of historical romance novels based on courageous people and significant events that wove together the rich tapestry of America’s freedom and faith. The Christmas Bride was originally titled Love Finds You in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. This story was inspired by Melanie’s Moravian ancestors who were married by lot in 1755.


  • The Masquerade
  • The Runaway
  • The Imposter
  • The Christmas Bride
  • The Journey
  • The Society
  • The Stranger
  • The Silent Order

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