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This novel made me happy for so many reasons:
The characters are memorable and their steadfast faith in God is inspiring.
The sense of setting was lovely: I felt as though I could see the beautiful Wild West land all around me.
The plot moves forward at a swift pace, but doesn't feel rushed.
There are horses! I love horses.
The blossoming romance between the two main characters is so sweet, tender, and believable. This is a perfect read for those who enjoy a clean and wholesome romance.
Now all I want to know is when will the next book in this series be published?
Amy Watts, our heroine was orphaned at a young age. She is a strong, feisty woman who does not want to depend on a husband. She will find a way to take care of herself, she has a plan. Sometimes, though, plans change.
I love the way Adam and Amy use their faith and trust in God in their everyday lives and to form the bonds of friendship.
There is something for everyone in this book, suspense, fun, romance and a multitude of other things. The side characters are very well written and provide added depth to the story. I particularly have a fondness for George. I felt as if I was in Green Hill Creek, CA, I could see the town, the view from Amy's window and could almost smell the livery. I found myself on the edge of my seat a few times. I also found myself laughing and had the occasional tear slip out of my eyes.
I read a lot of mail order bride stories. No One's Bride is easily one of the best I've ever read.
Amy comes to town as Adam''s mail order bride, but she has no intention of ever marrying anyone. She has learned that the only person you can count on is yourself. Adam is lonely for a wife and family. He has been praying that God will send the right bride for him. The road to marital bliss is never straight. There are twists and turns and a properly horrid villain. There are missed opportunities and misunderstandings. And, of course, we get our HEA.
I truly enjoyed the journey and I think you will, too. I can't wait to read the stories of the other brides.
All that Amy went through touched my heart deeply. I might not have lived in an Orphanage but I know what its like to have a man taunt you and want to take advantage of you.
Adam was such an awesome man, loving Amy even though she said she couldn't marry him. He showed her nothing but love and kindness. While hoping she would change her mind.
I loved that he relied on the Scriptures and on our Creator. Also that he prayed with and for Amy too. That said a lot for his character.
You must get this book! You need to find out everything that happens in this story. It's funny, sad, makes you mad and makes you rejoice.
I highly recommend this wonderful book.
Amy is a young woman of strong faith, yet she’s resorted to lying to the young man who paid for her train ticket to be his bride. Actually, Amy never intended to even meet Adam, but to slip away immediately upon arrival but that didn’t go as intended. She has no desire to marry any man for she believes that no one can take care of her better than herself. And perhaps she has reason to believe that as she was orphaned at a young age and life has been far from easy for her. The final straw was the actions of her lecherous employer in New York City. This was her only way to escape from his circle of influence with the dream of heading to a pipe dream of working at a grand hotel in San Francisco. She had every intention of paying Adam back for the money he has lost… but soon Amy will find herself as a house guest, and a woman starting over right where she landed.
I was easily swept into this world and immediately understood that Amy doesn’t have a bad bone in her body. Desperation has reared its ugly head to have her act against her nature, but she cannot or will not see any other solution but to get to San Francisco. I fell in love with Adam myself. He’s charming, a bit awkward, does the right things and stands beside Amy throughout the troubles that will soon surround her. If I was looking for a mail order groom, he’d be at the top of my list.
We’ll discover the usual residents of any small town community. Some with hearts of gold, and others who live for gossip and trouble making. I had no trouble imagining this small town, and the secondary characters made this story come alive with the variety of good, so-so and downright awful people.
The road to a happy ending for Amy and Adam is full of potholes, but it’s so easy to see the affection growing between them. Absolutely loved George, and you’ll discover why quite easily. When a horrid attacker and a lecherous self-absorbed jerk make trouble for Amy and Adam that bond becomes even tighter. I loved this couple and enjoyed spending time with them as they made this journey to love and happiness. As the other young ladies own romantic stories are told I’m hoping to get another glimpse or two of Amy and Adam as they grow into their relationship. If you love a good Western Historical Romance then you’ll want to check out No One Bride.
I own a Kindle edition of this story.