Beth: Bride of Massachusetts (American Mail-Order Brides Series Book 6) Kindle Edition
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However, this book would be good for someone that likes super safe, clean, and I guess small conflicts. I junior high student can read this. Just not my cup of tea.
The other biggest confusion was in regards to Bob Brown. In Lottie's book, she chased him to I think it was Dothan and then saw him again on her way to her new home. She had looked for him where the mill was but couldn't find him. It was alluded to in her story that Bob Brown was dying probably from tuberculosis and therefore there was no need to pursue him anymore for the authorities. In this story, he was still in the area for about 63% of the novel and then a casual mention that it appeared he had left town.
I do like that this author is a very clean writer, unlike the author of Georgia. That seems more in keeping with the time period being written about. I would like to pursue more of her writings.
It's not easy trying to reign in a persons natural feelings. To sat mild mannered and docile when you have strong feelings and need to express yourself. Thank goodness that Beth was brave and strong enough to be forceful when needed but yet kind and gentle when called for.
Beautiful story once again.
Love is all around.
The love of and from a mother
Love of and from children.
Love of and from friends and of course Beth and Georges love story.
I really enjoyed the book. I was sad to end it and can't wait to read the following books.
Most of the story takes place in Lawerence, Massachusetts, where the factory was located. I felt like this book did a good job of capturing the feeling of the era.
The romance was simple and sweet. The characters in Montana seemed to tie back to previous books written by Ashley Merrick, and I now find myself wanting to read those.
Content: Clean (no language, a few kisses)