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Texas Bride (Mail-Order Brides #1) He May Be Her Only Hope.She May Be His Last ChanceMiranda Wentworth Never Imagined Becoming A Mail Order Bride Now Marriage To A Stranger Is Her Only Hope Of Finding A Home Where She And Her Two Younger Brothers Can Escape The Brutality Of The Chicago Orphanage Where They Live With Any Luck, She Can Even Start A Family Of Her Own, Once The Three Of Them Are Settled At Jacob Creed S Texas Ranch But Miranda Has One Gigantic Concern Her Husband To Be Knows Nothing About The Brothers She S Bringing Along What If He Calls Off The Deal When He Discovers The Trick She S Played On Him Jake Creed Is Hanging On To His Texas Ranch By His Fingernails His Nemesis, Alexander Blackthorne, Is Determined To Ruin Him Jake Will Never Give Up, But He S In Desperate Trouble His Wife Died Six Months Ago In Childbirth, Along With Their Stillborn Son, And His Two Year Old Daughter Needs A Mother The Advertisement Jake Wrote Never Mentioned His Daughter Or The Fact That He Has No Intention Of Consummating His Marriage He S Determined Never To Subject Another Wife To The Burden Of Pregnancy But Jake Doesn T Count On Finding His Bride So Desirable He Doesn T Count On Aching With Need When She Joins Him In Bed And He Never Suspected His Bride Would Have Plans Of Her Own To Seduce Him.


10 thoughts on “Texas Bride (Mail-Order Brides #1)

  1. says:

    DNF 70 pagesI m so pissed off, I can t even fucking stand it I wish I had NEVER picked this book up and I will NEVER read anything by this author ever again When I started this story, I knew the main character, Jake, was a descendant of the Creed family, a family featured in two of Johnston s other series, the Bitter Creek series and the Lone Star Series, both of which ...


  2. says:

    3.5 extra baggage Stars SpoilersTexas Bride is my first book by Joan Johnston and I enjoyed it This book gave me mixed feelings as I liked a lot about it but it had some things in it that I didn t like I love mail order bride books and this one is written well The main thing I didn t like about this book was that the hero Jacob thought of his dead wife all the time He always compared his new wife to his dead wife He was insensitive to his wife Miranda and hurt her many times I did understa 3.5 extra baggage Stars SpoilersTexas Bride is my first book by Joan Johnston and I ...


  3. says:

    Well, my dearies, if this book doesn t trigger you, I don t know what will We have everything you need to be driven into a homicidal rage Abused childrenI have an idea maybe let s try NOT torturing children in books Widower who constantly compares the heroine to his dead wifeWith that haircut I d scream too Virgin super heroNOT an oxymoron Somehow, they go hand in hand.Backstories that are complicated and half explained, but must have come from a completely different series becausethis is Well, my dearies, i...


  4. says:

    What a nice series I love the mail order bride trope and here it was done really well Miranda was a sheltered rich banker s daughter who, with her 5 siblings, were orphaned during the Great Chicago fire and put by a jealous uncle in an orphanage where the vel caretaker was abusing all of them.She accepts the offer to become a mail order bride in order to help her siblings escape the b...


  5. says:

    Texas Bride is the first book in the Mail Order Brides series by Joan Johnston When a book deals with the topic of mail order brides it has to have all of the right elements to be easily accepted Let s face it, what are the chances of a mail order bride showing up and everything is so perfect and happily ever after from page one Not only that, but this particular subject typically falls under the genre of historical romance, which makes it even trickier Morals and male female roles were so d Texas Bride is the first book in the Mail Order Brides series by Joan Johnston When a book deals with the topic of mail order brides it has to have all of the right elements to be easily accepted Let s face it, ...


  6. says:

    Miranda, with her five brothers and sister after losing their parents, have been stuck in a orphanage, under horrid conditions and so when they find a ad in the newspaper for a mail order bride, Miranda knows this is her way out to save her siblings, now that she is eighteen and about to be kicked out, and does the only sensible choice and goes all the way to Texas with her two brothers, only her future husband has no idea about her situation or the brothers she is bringing along with her Jake, Miranda, with her five brothers and sister after losing their parents, have been stuck in a orphanage, under horrid conditions and so when they find a ad in the newspaper for a mail order bride, Miranda knows this is her way out to save her siblings, now that she is eighteen and about to be kicked out, and does the only sensible choice and goes all the way to Texas with her two brothers, only her future husband has no idea about her situation or the brothers she is bringing along with her Jake, having lost his wife and their child in childbirth, he knows he will never love another like his late wife, but he is desperate for a wife and a mother to his daughter, and so he puts an ad in the paper for a wife, and now that he is married he is shocked to find out that she is not only very beautiful.but has brought along her two younger brothers with he...


  7. says:

    If anyone can charm the pants off rancher Jacob Creed, it has to be Miranda Wentworth, the oldest of six orphans who survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 Requesting a mail order bride is a bit desperate, but she seems willing enough to fast track herself to be his wife That should have been his first clue Miranda Wentworth and her five siblings are forced to live at an orphanage after their parents die in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 Having lost everything, they have no choice but to su If anyone can charm the pants off rancher Jacob Creed, it has to be Miranda Wentworth, the oldest of six orphans who survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 Requesting a mail order bride is a bit desperate, but she seems willing enough to fast track herself to be his wife That should have been his first clue Miranda Wentworth and her five siblings are forced to live at an orphanage after their parents die in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 Having lost everything, they have no choice but to suffer every imaginable punishment over the last three years, at the hands of an evil headmistress in charge Now that Miranda is eighteen years old, she must move out and find employment, leaving her siblings behind until they reach an age when they ll be forced to leave as well There isn t much hope that Miranda can earn enough to support herself and her siblings.That is until her ...


  8. says:

    Excellent read for fans of Western historical romance Great series.


  9. says:

    3.5 stars


  10. says:

    Joan Johnston s Bitter Creek Series has always been on of my favorites I ve read the modern day series twice and the 3 Sisters of the Lone Star Trilogy Frontier Woman, Comanche Woman, Texas Woman series, once I was so glad to get the chance to read the Mail Order Bride series Texas Bride is just as I figured it would be Fabulous Joan Johnston has a profound way of weaving a series and her characters into your heart with all the trials, tribulations, and intrigue that the other bo Joan Johnston s Bitter Creek Series has always been on of my favorites I ve read the modern day series twice and the 3 Sisters of the Lone Star Trilogy Frontier Woman, Comanche Woman, Texas Woman series, once I was so glad to get the chance to read the Mail Order Bride series Texas Bride is just as I figured it would be Fabulous Joan Johnston has a profound way of weaving a series and her...