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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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This is a cute story. Ebba's character is well developed, but Daniel's is not in my opinion. The two main characters are seldom together in most of the book. The romance is not well developed either. After the wedding, you find out they enjoy being intimate, but when do they fall in love? They never actually say "I love you" to each other. I like this author, but this is not one of her best stories.
I loved this story as I have all others. Again this is a must read and I highly recommend it. I do how ever recommend you starting with the first Mail Order Bride series to get background of the three towns that mail order brides have gone to. It will also give you the characters of Nowhere, Washington Territory, one of the three towns that get mail order brides. You will love the all the stories but at least read the ones that involve Nowhere then you can get the gist of the town and the people living there.
To place it in perspective, this novel did not go into specific details about what transpires between a man and woman in their bedroom; however, the story line did follow an added note to a letter that had everything to do with that subject.
I have multiple books about mail-order brides, and in each the authors tried to make it sound like something it wasn't, but I can say with certainty that that did not happen in this novel. The author was utterly honest about how small towns work, and the horrors of what one well placed gossip can cause. Overall, without the added things, this novel was good.
Ebba agrees to go to Nowhere to be Daniel's mail order bride. She has no family and is in a bad job situation. She has no idea what she has gotten herself into. The Weavers are a family like no other!
Daniel was ready to marry so he has his cousin write the letter to Ms. Pettigrew's agency. He is excited to meet Ebba and start his married life. There are certain things that were left out of his initial letter.
This book is full of humor and will keep you reading to see what happens next. If you like good and clean romance then give it a try.