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Mail Order Regrets

Mail Order Regrets Fleeing Boston mail order bride Madeline Barstow hopes that her husband to be will provide her a comfortable respectable life far away from the prying eyes and gossip of her socialite peers But whe

  • Title: Mail Order Regrets
  • Author: Julianna Blake
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  • Page: 300
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  • Fleeing Boston, mail order bride Madeline Barstow hopes that her husband to be will provide her a comfortable, respectable life, far away from the prying eyes and gossip of her socialite peers But when she steps off the train in Helena, Montana, she is disheartened to find a stranger waiting for her, instead of her fianc.Widower Clay Porter is tired of the constant attemFleeing Boston, mail order bride Madeline Barstow hopes that her husband to be will provide her a comfortable, respectable life, far away from the prying eyes and gossip of her socialite peers But when she steps off the train in Helena, Montana, she is disheartened to find a stranger waiting for her, instead of her fianc.Widower Clay Porter is tired of the constant attempts of his family and friends to match him up He wants only to be left alone, and spends his days off transporting cargo and passengers, to earn money so he can someday buy the butcher shop he works in But when he realizes the woman he s transporting to Croft Ranch is completely in the dark about her fianc s character, he finds himself risking his own dream and even his life to persuade the uppity woman that she s making a mistake.

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    1. Enjoyable mail order bride story. I liked that for once I was able to read a mail order scenario where the bride and intended groom were ill suited for each other leaving the intended bride eligible for another man.I liked the secondary cast, well the good ones, and for their prying ways into Clay and Madeline's friendship/relationship.Herman is one of my favorites in this story and he made me laugh a time or two. He had always had sound advice for Clay and best intentions. I also liked that thi [...]


    2. I liked this book. The idea that the couple wouldn't fall instantly in love and have a wonderful life was refreshing. The secondary characters were nice and of course like all good romances there was a nice HEA that took a little while to get to, but we got there in the end.



    3. This was a waste of 99 cents. The H and h got on my nerves. I don't like reading about stupidly stubborn people who are always fighting and yelling at each other the whole time, but then apparently fall in love. I was willing to give it a chance and make it to the end, but then the h gets molested by two different men within 15 mins of each other. I was done after that. On this book is listed as a sweet romance. Well I guess my definition of sweet is different than the author because to me ther [...]


    4. I don't like giving one stars but this was not a very good book. The description sounded intriguing and a bit different. The problem was the heroine and the writing. I should have paid more attention to the many reviews that said it was repetitious. It's that and with the lack of character development, made for a long, boring story. The h was such a B#(@^. Ohmygosh, rude, disrespectful, snobbish and despite all that, Clay managed to fall in love with her. Go figure. There are so many other bette [...]



    5. I really enjoyed this authors work. I was pulled into the story from the very first page. Madeline flees Boston and on the way to Montana to meet Sam her fiancé. Clay arrives to pick her up at the train station. Madeline mistakes him for her fiancé. Once she learns of the truth, she starts to treat him like a servant which Clay can not stand but puts up with it. He is trying to save up some money to buy the butcher shop.Madeline is sad to know Sam mislead her in his letters as she thought he l [...]


    6. “Mail Order Regrets" by Julianna Blake is Book 1 in the Montana Mail Order Brides series, published by Timeless Hearts Press. I enjoy stories about mail order brides because I get a kick out of reading about women who have no idea what they are getting into and wonder why they had to resort to this method to find a husband. In the case of this story, Madeline Barstow had no choice but to leave her Massachusetts home and head west. Her father had lost everything and had too many debts to pay. I [...]


    7. Sweet? and Spicy (SPOILER ALERT)This review will seem negative, but I really did enjoy the book. You will too as long as "Sweet" romances are not a requirement for you. But as it's billed as a sweet romance, I feel the need to warn readers who want that in as book.The heroine chooses not to go beyond kissing until she's married, and if that's your only criterion for a "Sweet" romance, then you needn't heed my warning. However, there are elements of this story that are anything but sweet.The hero [...]


    8. Well, I've read worse and I've certainly read better.I enjoyed the twist on the mail order bride trope. It was different and interesting. For the most part, the characters were likable. I do think Madeline spends an exorbitant amount of time crying instead of of actually doing much of anything. Of course, that's what makes her different from most historical fiction heroines. I ended up appreciating it by the end of the novel. Clay, on the other hand, is a little odd. He talks too much. Every tim [...]


    9. After having met Madeline in The Brahmin Ball was curious about her own journey towards happiness. However, for most of this story, all she made me feel was frustration. I understand her pride got in the way, and her actions did make sense because of that, but only to a certain point. Then they didn't feel as real and her stubbornness seemed to stall the story. It got better near the end, yes. And I liked Clay and the other characters. So all in all it was okay, and added something more to the w [...]


    10. Madeline can't stand the shame she feels, staying in Boston. So she accepts the offer to be a mail order bride to a young gentleman rancher who lives just out of Helena. At least that's what she thought she was accepting.Clay Porter was hired to deliver Madeline to a ranch several days outside of Helena. He's reluctant but needs the money to buy his own business. The journey turns into quite the adventure because of winter storms. And he's extremely hesitant to leave her with a man he can't tole [...]


    11. It was well written and I enjoyed the story very much. I didn't see any repetition, and I thought the story moved along well. The characters were well developed and the story line a bit different. I only gave it 4 stars rather than 5 because it was a bit predictable. But I read so many of this genre of book that I can predict most of them, but it doesn't take away from the enjoyment. I would definitely recommend this book. If I had to change anything about the book it would be to make Madaline's [...]


    12. I regret finishing this book. Lol. Should've dnf'ed it. Both H/h got on my nerves. Also, there was a pretty graphic description of h being almost raped by someone (not the hero), but there were no love scenes between the H/h. Seemed kind of unbalanced. We were also treated to the hero's thoughts were he keep imagining what it would be like to raise her nightgown or be laying in bed with her with nothing separating them, but once they got married, it was extremely closed door. Meh.


    13. This is the first book in the "Mail Order Bride" series. I actually read the short prequel first. This book is typical of easy reading historical romance. Nothing earth shattering but a fun read. I will probably continue the series when I needs some good, clean, easy romance. I give it three stars, I liked it. Very mild swearing, one attempted rape scene, though nothing explicit. I would recommend for High school and up.


    14. A very nice story that is well written and clean. There are some unexpected twists and turns in the story but that is what makes it a good read. It’s a nice story that is about two people that fall in love. It is a quick short read and entertaining. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes mail-order bride books.


    15. Mail Order Regrets (Montana Mail Order Brides, Book 1)Excellent book. Highly recommend this book to everyone. Excellent story line kept your interest and attention making it hard to put down.


    16. Historical romance - definitely not my genre. I came across this while looking for novels set in Helena, MT around the late 1800s. It was a sweet story, and even though my Nook claims it was a 600 page book, it was a really quick read. Moving on.


    17. Mail Order Regrets by Julianna BlakeExcellent ebook and I would recommend it to others. I give this ebook a five star rating 5 star rating, and will enjoy reading more from this author.


    18. I felt like I was a character in this book. I like the characters and how they interacted with each other. This was an easy read and hard to put down. It reminded me of growing up in a small town where everyone knew each other and reached out to help each other.


    19. Good read. Reminded me of the Ralph Compton cattle drive novels to a small extent, with their historical and geographical accuracy



    20. Gotta be carefulYou truly never know what you'll get when you answer a ad for a mail order bride. One such bride finds that out the hard way.



    21. Nice story.Nice story with well written creators. Interesting twist to a simple love story. Great location for this story. I enjoyed it.


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