Hannah: Bride of Iowa (American Mail Order Bride Series Book 29) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
There is love and action in this story. It is a must read and such a sweet story.
Poor Hannah, she thought she was going to have such a wonderful life. She gave up a very sweet man and his daughter for a monster.
And Maddie, wow her life was no bed of roses either. Her poor mother sure suffered from the abuse her second husband gave her, so much so that it drove her to murder him as he was attacking Maddie.
Thankfully Hannah gave Maddie everything she would need to go meet her husband to be. What a wonderful man he turned out to be. Beautiful story penny, I really enjoyed it.
I loved this book. It was tender, exciting, and suspenseful. The characters were wonderful. And they learned their lessons well. Maddie learned that truth festers if buried and you cannot build a life on lies. Samuel learned to forgive and understand. And Hannah learned to look before you leap.
I highly recommend this book. Read it and all of the books in the series. I'm sure you will like them. I certainly am enjoying them.
By: Penny Estelle
So when I first started reading this story I was confused by the characters because this was supposed to be Hannah’s story. But it all made sense after the story got into it & there was a switcheroo. Hannah needed to get out of her home and jobs were unavailable so she became a mail order bride. She doesn’t tell Samuel that she and the ‘real’ Hannah switched places, because she’s afraid that he will refuse to marry her and will send her back.
Samuel Morrison is a farmer in need of a wife. His young daughter needs a mother, and he wants a wife, a life partner. They don’t marry right away, but are engaged to be. Meanwhile, he and his daughter are busy falling in love with her, and she with them. But he doesn’t realize that he isn’t engaged to the ‘real’ Hannah.
But the truth always comes out. Sometimes it’s due to a guilty conscience and sometimes it’s because the truth comes back to bite you, still other times, it’s both.
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