A homely woman who fears she will never marry becomes a mail-order bride. The man she comes for rejects her but another offers her marriage. She accepts, not believing love will result from the union. Love, after all, is for beautiful women. Isn't it?
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1 . Nice Read
Posted May 09, 2011 by whatwoodI , Texas, United StatesThe book was confussing at first because I read it out of order. I read "A Bride For Tom" , "Husband for Margret" then "His Restoring Bride". It was a little out out of order to read that Emily had not been born. Yet when I figured out what I had done, I really didn't feel so bad for Neil. But I went back to reread some of "His Restoring Bride" and felt better about Neil. I really enjoy the stories written by Mrs. Nordin.
I am a little concerned because the plots usually happen the same way. I skip throught the love seens because they all use the same words pretty much. I read the stories now because I like the characters. They really do make for interesting people. She does a great job of describing them.
Down side is you had better like "blond hair and blue eyes. Most of the good characters fit this bill.
I have almost purchased all her book just so that I can read them all. She has a Prelude to a different book that is about American Indians. Interested to see how she works this out. The cover does not have a "blond hair or blue eyes" so this should be interesting.
She is a good writer. I have enjoyed every book that I have read. I have not wanted to put them down once I got started.
Enjoy your reading.
July 28, 2009
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