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Though Abigail’s friends and neighbors are ladies of the night, that by no means is a life she wants for herself. One letter could change her life and her fate. Rancher Ryan Belton’s looking forward to his sister’s nuptials. Poor Ryan has no idea that Abigail, the friend his sister’s invited to the wedding, is a mail order bride. When he finds out and pushes her out of Though Abigail’s friends and neighbors are ladies of the night, that by no means is a life she wants for herself. One letter could change her life and her fate. Rancher Ryan Belton’s looking forward to his sister’s nuptials. Poor Ryan has no idea that Abigail, the friend his sister’s invited to the wedding, is a mail order bride. When he finds out and pushes her out of his life, she has no option but to find a position wherever she can. When he finds her walking into the saloon, he realizes she will be a fallen woman and it’s all his fault. How can he convince this hardheaded proud woman that she doesn’t belong in a saloon?


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Though Abigail’s friends and neighbors are ladies of the night, that by no means is a life she wants for herself. One letter could change her life and her fate. Rancher Ryan Belton’s looking forward to his sister’s nuptials. Poor Ryan has no idea that Abigail, the friend his sister’s invited to the wedding, is a mail order bride. When he finds out and pushes her out of Though Abigail’s friends and neighbors are ladies of the night, that by no means is a life she wants for herself. One letter could change her life and her fate. Rancher Ryan Belton’s looking forward to his sister’s nuptials. Poor Ryan has no idea that Abigail, the friend his sister’s invited to the wedding, is a mail order bride. When he finds out and pushes her out of his life, she has no option but to find a position wherever she can. When he finds her walking into the saloon, he realizes she will be a fallen woman and it’s all his fault. How can he convince this hardheaded proud woman that she doesn’t belong in a saloon?

30 review for A Rancher’s Surprise Mail Order Bride

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amy Savino

    Good easy read. This was a good book, very easy to read. It was a nice clean romance. I enjoyed journeying along with Abigail on her new life adventure. Some parts were a bit sad and I got frustrated with Ryan, but it was good. There are some places in the book which confused me a bit as the wrong name was used, they used Marks name instead of Ryan, but once I figured out what was wrong I just fixed it in my head.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Mark and Abigale This is a very surprising and well written adventure of a man refusing to surrender his bachelorhood and a sweet, shy mail order bride requested unknowingly by his sister. They each want true and tender love, but each afraid to Take the chance. You will enjoy reading this story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Klein

    Wonderful characters and a good storyline; this was an enjoyable book. It’s quite a rocky road to a happy ending, but satisfying. However, it needs a little more editing, and the hero’s name was wrong in several places.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Kudrna

    Wonderful read! Great storyline. A few words out of sequence made the flow break up. I will continue the series as well asgo back for book 1 and 2

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