Della: Bride of Texas (American Mail-Order Brides Series Book 28) Kindle Edition
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I also like the factual historical information regarding Hell's Half Acre in Fort Worth.
My husband always says you need to be flexible. Those indeed are very true words. Words Della sure learned.
Boy that banker sure was not the man for Della thankfully. Hank sure had an awful lot to overcome. But overcome he did. It's a shame that the sheriff didn't get the chance to tell Della what Hank was doing, but thankfully he made sure Della knew before she ran away.
I think their wedding was absolutely beautiful! I loved this story very much Trinity, thanks for writing it. I'm looking forward to reading your other books.
I loved this story. Della was kind of single-minded in her quest for happiness, ignoring facts set right in front of her. She had to learn to bend, adapt and change course when facing disaster. She had to learn to listen to her heart as well as her mind.
Come on aboard the Mail Order Bride train! You know you want to.
By: Trinity Ford
Della has felt like a fish out of water after her parents up and sold the family home and moved. Della’s sister had gotten married to a domineering man and she felt like she needed to also look out for her sister, so she moved to Massachusetts with them. But when she lost her job at the factory, she was no longer welcome, and chose the avenue that most of the other women did.
Milton was the man that Della was matched up with to marry. However, she just couldn’t get him to engage in any meaningful conversation, getting to know each other or trying to start a relationship that would lead to marriage. He’s most concerned with using their marriage as a way to drum up more business for his bank and a wife is just part of the business transaction.
Confounding her emotions further, Della is somewhat attracted to the owner of the General Store where she works, even though she doesn’t want to be. Hank doesn’t have the best reputation around town with his penchant for drinking and card playing in the saloons. But most people in the town overlook his shortcomings since he’s one of the wealthiest citizens in town. After he meets Della and realizes she has heard the rumors about him, he wishes that he’d listened to his adoptive father and not gone that direction. Because even when he’s in the right he doesn’t get the benefit of doubt since his reputation proceeds him.
Della wants stability, but knows she just can’t settle for indifference, especially when there is someone out there who might love her.
Trinity writes from her heart and it shows in this book about a non Texas girl who falls in love with both the man of her dreams and Texas.
Read it. It will make your heart feel good.