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- Listening Length: 4 hours and 7 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Firehouse Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: April 24, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WNNDH02
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Fiery Bride: Matchmaker & Co, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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By: Cynthia Woolf
Margaret Selby, the owner of Matchmaker & Co., has been a successful mail order bride business owner. She has kept up a personal correspondence with client, Caleb Black in the Colorado Territory, because she thinks she likes him, but also because he has refused and sent back every bride that she has sent to him.
As she is sending out the next bride, Caleb demands that she come on the train trip as well. At first, she doesn’t plan to, but then ends up having to go. Part way to Denver, the young girl elopes with a young man she met on the train & has fallen in love with. Now Maggie will have to arrive in Denver, without a bride, and explain this to Caleb.
When she does arrive, Caleb has no problem that she is alone and wants her to become his bride. But Maggie has absolutely no intentions of ever marrying again, after the disaster that was her first marriage. But in the meantime, Caleb has decided that he either wants his money back or Maggie for his wife. In the meantime, Maggie is working off her debt by doing the household work and chores that a wife would do.
Caleb & Maggie work well together, and Caleb never stops trying to get her to change her mind about marrying him and Maggie is bound and determined to not enter into another loveless marriage. But can either of them be successful when they like each other so much and spend so much time working like a married couple?
One thing that was hard to discern during this book, is the time frame. It jumps ahead quite a bit at a time.