Mail Order Bride: The Unwanted Bride: (Historical Western Clean Romance Short Stories)

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Clean Western Mail Order Bride Romance with a Happy Ending

1879, When misfortune fells the formerly wealthy Fitt family after the death of Victoria Fitt’s husband, Anastasia knows that she has to do something. Her mother would never stand for falling to a class that was lower than what they are currently at.

Her solution is to go to the far reaches of the wild territory of Montana to become a rancher’s mail order bride. Her mother isn’t happy, but the money will pay for the expenses they owe and keep them well-fed until a new means of upkeeping the family fortune is found.

Now that Anastasia has fixed one problem, her life should be better, right? However, it isn’t that simple. One cannot simply leap into the unknown without consequences. It turns out that James McKenzie was not the one sending the letters that would let her know when to arrive and what to expect.

Ever since his wife died, James has been in a deep state of depression. Isabeau McKenzie decided to fix it by ordering a bride that looked completely different than James’ late wife in an attempt to rekindle the sparks of love.

James doesn’t want anything to do with Anastasia, but can she change his heart?

**This is an 8,000 word Romance Short Story and your copy of The Unwanted Bride includes 3 x BONUS BOOKS (approx. 8,000 words each)!**

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