- File Size: 1023 KB
- Print Length: 91 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 27, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B014LRVBSC
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Mail Order Bride: The Irish Runaway: A Mail Order Brides Western Romance Kindle Edition
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Mail Order Bride: The Irish Runaway is about taking chances and escape from tyranny. However, it did feature one acts of violence and some cruelty mentioned all for merely financial gain and later, petty revenge, and it was a pretty flat evil that opposes the FMC.
Shannon and her brother left Ireland to get away from their abusive father and make a name for themselves. When her brother was killed in a mining accident, Shannon was quickly reminded by a bounty hunter, Sean, sent by her father to take her back. Sean was threatening violence, and when promised a small homestead AND Shannon, was intent to carry her off if need be. In desperation, Shannon ran to a mail order bride service and married herself off... all the way to San Francisco, by taking over the spot promised to a different girl. On the way, she found that her intended was a man she already knew... well to do, who knew she wasn't the girl promised, not that he would want to get married... Then upon arrival, she realized he's much richer than he said... then Sean arrived... having tortured the information from the mail order bride organizer. And Sean is intending to take something VERY sacred from Shannon as payment, having spent all the money chasing her down...
It's a pretty good read, and that scene of violence... well, it was kinda hinted at that Sean was a violent man... so it wasn't a total shock. I just have some problem with the chemistry between the intended groom and the bride. But it seems to work.
I would read this author again. It was enjoyable.