Book Review: Mail-order Bride Runaway by Linda Ford

Mail-Order Bride Runaway (Montana Mail-Order Brides, #4)

Mail-Order Bride Runaway

My rating:5 of 5 stars

More drama here

Okay, another great mail-order bride story with a bad guy twist at the beginning and running most of the book.

But the end results were good and I enjoyed the God-centered focus.

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Promises to keep. Danger to outrun.

Della Epps’s heart yearns for adventure. She has promised her dying father she would follow his dream of exploring Europe. But first, she has to make sure her mother is settled and safe and they arrange for the mother to be a mail-order bride. Della travels west to meet the prospective groom. He turns out to be a dreadful man and she is soon on the run from his evil clutches. But has she jumped from the frying pan into the fire in her haste to escape?

Andy Shannon isn’t ready for marriage. He has places he wants to see, things he wants to do. He enjoys being on his own in the mountains. But his world is turned upside down when he finds a young woman hiding in his wagon. She brings with her danger and adventure…just not the kind of adventure he’s seeking.

Will Della and Andy be trapped in a marriage they don’t want?

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