- File Size: 1868 KB
- Print Length: 151 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 151976538X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0183ANHJY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,141 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Emma: Bride of Kentucky (American Mail-Order Brides Book 15) Kindle Edition
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She took a high society Boston socialite who was very down on her luck, pretty much broke and almost out on the streets and led her to a farm in Kentucky where racing horses are raised and trained by an unusual way and puts her twists and turns into this story with good things, bad things, nasty men, good men and makes Emma come out an entirely different person than she expected. She does tie in a name of a character from one of her Blemished Brides series into this book and it so makes sense and I loved that she made that small but significant connection.
She did a fantastic job on this story and it just had emotions going all around, up and down and I read it straight though and couldn't put it down.
All of her stories are like that. She grabs your interest right away and the story never lets it go.
This is another MUST READ, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED book by Peggy Henderson. Don't miss out.
Lots of twists and turns in this book and a few scary moments, as the story flowed from page to page. Two wonderful secondary characters stand out who I really liked, Gus and Millie, who added humor to keep things light.
The author knows her horses and everything about them, as you can tell throughout the book. I enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoy all of Peggy L. Henderson's books. Never disappointed and this was a wonderful clean romance.
If all the books are half as good as this one, I will enjoy reading every one of them in the American Mail-Order Brides Books. JudyE
This story was so good and so full of feelings. Emma came from a well to do family growing up. but being on her own gave her a self confidence and a new look on another way of life. When that was taken away by a fire in the factory, she had to try another way of life to survive, being a mail order bride.
Things aren't always as you expect or hope they will be. When she arrived at her new place in Kentucky to meet her husband to be, she found someone unexpected. Did she make a terrible mistake?
The intense good writing of events and feelings in this exciting heart felt story drew you right into the scenes and I felt like I was right there watching and feeling all the things happening.
The story is fast paced and never felt slow. I highly recommend this book to everyone that loves a good love story.
5 stars +
Emma started out as a somewhat unlikeable character for accepting a proposal from a wealthy man for the sole purpose of redeeming her social status. However, she realized quickly that status isn't important, but love is everything. As a native Kentuckian, I can attest that the author did her research of the area customs and food, especially burgoo! It made me homesick for my beloved state.
If the other 49 books are as great as this one, this series is a huge success.
I'm so glad that Emma learned that lesson and that she didn't have to be ruined to find it out. Thankfully Sam saved her. Love does conquer all.