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Victoria: Bride of Kansas (American Mail-Order Brides Series Book 34) Kindle Edition
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Victoria stole my heart from the start with her caring loving ways. She pulls Fannie out of her shell and gets her to communicate almost from the start. David is a little bullhead but Victoria has was to bring out the best in him making him start to believe he could have a life with her. She is taken back to find he is different than his letters shows him to be. It doesn't take him long to take her heart as she falls in love with the family who is broken.
David might be a little on the cold side but he hasn't any trouble showing the love he has for his family. He is a broken man who is afraid to love again. He doesn't feel he needs a wife but does admit his daughter could use a mother. Is it worth it to only find another woman will walk away from them? He must overcome some major issues before he can truly open his heart and soul to start over and bring happiness to his family.
Victoria, Bride of Kansas is part of the 50-book series, American Mail-order Brides where you can read about 50 brides who travel hundreds of miles in hopes of finding the man of their dreams, some getting out of a tight situation. Each author brings you a compelling sweet clean read that will make you want to read the next in the series. Once you read Victoria be sure and pick up Santa's Mail-Order Bride by Ms. Burke's which tells the story of David's sister Maggie and catch up on how David and Victoria are doing.
This author gives you such wonderful characters from the daring Fannie who hasn't spoken since her mother left to Maggie David's sister. Both are wonderful loving people who take over your heart making you wish you could have truly met them. These characters become real to you as you wish you could travel back in time to this small town so you can find out what life was like back then.
This was a wonderfully well written story that will touch your heart. So much pain and sorrow to overcome. Adults learning to trust again along with a small child who must learn to trust that people will stand beside her caring and loving her. It was a pleasure watching this family overcome their issues to find their HAE. I know when I pick up one of E.E. Burke's book she will bring me a compelling story of long ago with outstanding romance that is a refreshing read that will bring a smile to my face and my soul. This is one author I highly recommend you try I am sure you will come to love her writing style as much as I do.
How a father can treat his daughter the way hers did just because she wasn't born a boy is downright rediculous! Some men are so stupid.
Victoria was such a caring, giving person, she didn't have to help those women after the fire shut down the factory but she did it because she cared!
Poor David, it is very devastating when a spouse walks out on their marriage. I know from experience, my ex walked out on my son and I so I know the fear of learning to trust again. And his poor daughter not talking for two years after her mother ran out on them, wow.
Yet because of the loving care Victoria gave both father and daughter they were able to come out of their shells. And finally their acceptance and love helped Victoria give more of herself to them.
E E Burke I really enjoyed this story and I'm going to start on the book Santas mail order bride next because it follows this book. Then I'll go on to read Trinity. I'm thoroughly enjoying this series, I've read 34/50 so far.