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Fire and Ice

Brides of Weatherton, Book 2
Lu par : Rebecca Richards
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Pragmatic Maeve Benetton would never have answered an advertisement for a mail-order bride on her own accord, but without her knowledge and on her behalf, her brother replied to one placed by Patrick Holden from Weatherton, Wyoming. When a letter came from Patrick several weeks later, Maeve decided to pen her own reply, giving in to the romantic notions she'd always kept hidden.

After a time of correspondence, she fancied herself in love with Patrick and agreed to marry him. She packed the few belongings she had, said goodbye to her family, and left her home for romance in the west.

When she arrived in Weatherton, Patrick was nowhere to be found. Weeks went by, and with no money to return home, Maeve was stuck in limbo, living with Patrick's family. When he finally does return, will Maeve be able to adapt to changes? And can she trust herself enough to fall in love, or will she fall back to her practical self?

In the second Brides of Weatherton novella, best-selling author, Leah Atwood, delivers another sweet, mail-order romance full of faith, love, friendship, and family.

©2014 Leah Atwood (P)2015 Leah Atwood

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  • 08/03/2019

Cheesy

Narration is a mess. Awkward phrasing and mispronunciations are only the beginning. Storyline is trite with poor sentence structure. Overall a very weak product.