Mail-Order Bride Switch (Stand-In Brides)

Mail Order Bride Switch Stand In Brides His Imposter BrideGarret Stevenson must find a bride or forfeit his newly built hotel With his deadline approaching he plans an in name only marriage with a maid who ll cook and clean for his guests

  • Title: Mail-Order Bride Switch (Stand-In Brides)
  • Author: Dorothy Clark
  • ISBN: 9781335369642
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • His Imposter BrideGarret Stevenson must find a bride or forfeit his newly built hotel With his deadline approaching, he plans an in name only marriage with a maid who ll cook and clean for his guests When a pampered, pretty heiress arrives instead, the deception confirms Garret s distrust of women But Virginia Winterman has substance than her elegant clothes suggesHis Imposter BrideGarret Stevenson must find a bride or forfeit his newly built hotel With his deadline approaching, he plans an in name only marriage with a maid who ll cook and clean for his guests When a pampered, pretty heiress arrives instead, the deception confirms Garret s distrust of women But Virginia Winterman has substance than her elegant clothes suggest.Fleeing West to escape a cruel suitor, Virginia finds a business arrangement with Whisper Creek s brusque hotel owner is mutually beneficial, and she relishes being useful Yet what was once a practical solution soon blossoms into a deeper union Can Garret get past old betrayals before his future with Virginia slips away

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    About " Dorothy Clark "

  • Dorothy Clark

    Married to her own personal hero for over fifty eight years, mother of three, grandmother of four, and great grandmother to a beautiful baby girl, Dorothy calls on her life s experiences including designing and helping her husband build their home, complete with beams they hewed by hand and a real, old fashioned walk in kitchen fireplace she occasionally cooks in, to add color and depth to her stories But, while she still knows how to clean used bricks, mix mortar and swing a mean hammer, she now only designs homes for the characters in her books An antique lover, she fills those homes and her own with furnishings appropriate to the time.When she is not busy writing, Dorothy enjoys visiting with family who live much too far away and traveling with her husband throughout the United States doing research for future books She values her American heritage and believes in God, love, family and happy endings, which explains why she feels so at home writing Christian historical romance.

  • 468 Comments

  • A sweet page turner of a different type of mail order bride, and a girl that had to be very brave or desperate to leave all she knew and went a long way from home to marry a stranger.Can you imagine the surprise this gentleman found when the wife he was expecting to marry turned out to be someone else, and he goes ahead and marries her anyway?There are several sweet moments here, and there is a story of forgiveness, and things are not always as our mind perceives.Wait until our girl Virginia is [...]


  • This was a very sweet and clean read that showed a lot of character growth (although I wish it had come sooner than it did). I enjoyed watching Virginia and Garret's relationship grow - even if I think a lot of their "issues" could have been resolved if only they had spoken to each other more. Virginia impressed me with her ability to think on her feet, and to not become overwhelmed, or give up, when she realized the enormity of her situation and the things that would be expected of her. She cou [...]


  • I loved this story! I fully enjoyed this entire series and I'm very sorry it's over. I especially enjoyed the first and last books in this series. I loved the common tie (all business owners who would lose their businesses unless they marry, and therefore marriages of convenience). This particular story was very touching to me. The only thing that I wish had been done differently is that we could have seen some spiritual growth more obviously from the hero. He made several thoughts about how pra [...]


  • So sweet!! What a wonderful story and a real gem in Mrs Fuller. I loved the way this played out and that although Virginia took a few moments to feel sorry for herself, she pushed through and improved herself so much!


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