Mail Order Motherhood

Mail Order Motherhood Review

When Clara's husband dies and leaves her with two children and a farm she can't run on her own, the bank evicts her small family, and she needs to find a new home fast. She answers an advertisement to be a mail order bride, hoping that the agency will find a place where she can not only be useful, but her children can be loved.

Recently widowed Montana rancher, Albert, can't raise his children alone, but won't risk loving another woman. Albert is convinced that he'll never love another woman like his deceased wife. When Clara shows up with two children, he's certain he’s made a mistake by taking another woman into his home. Can Clara convince him that together they can be a happy family?

Title:Mail Order Motherhood
Edition Language:English

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  • Marsha Spohn

    Reviewed at Historically RomanticMail Order Motherhood is a tender, hopeful look at blended families long before that term was ever thought of. It’s also the first of the Brides of Beckham stories ...

  • Nancy

    This was such a good book. Clara's husband had died and she tried to run the farm by herself, while trying to raise her son and daughter, but it wasn't profitable and the bank repossessed it. She beca...

  • Cindy

    Another great series by Osbourne. She brings her great sense of humor into every story and I love the way her characters and series overlap....

  • Timeforme

    Main Characters:Clara - A widow with two children who needs to start with a new husbandAlbert - A widower with two children who needs a new wife and motherSynopisis:When Clara's husband dies and leave...

  • Jeene Hobbs

    Yours, mine and ours in the Old WestWhen Harriet moves to Seattle, she leaves the mail order bride business in the hands of Elizabeth Miller, the sister of a previous mail order bride. Clara is a wido...

  • Ginny Lamere

    AwesomeAnother awesome mail order bride story. Clara has been trying to run the farm while raising her children for two yrs since her husband died. Alberta's wife died leaving him and his two children...

  • Charleah

    Very very sweet The plot was so good, I liked that there was some conflict in not really wanting a replacement for his dead wife, but not being able to resist accepting her. Then when their guest arri...

  • Miriam Rivera

    One of her best!The series is spectacular, the books have romance, excitement and enough drama to make them page turners. Albert needed a wife for his children so he sent for a mail order bride, what ...

  • Annette K Hernandez

    Two widows find love.Clara lost her husband two years ago, and one the bank is going to for close because she can't come up with the full amount. Albert lost his wife six months ago, and can't cook a ...

  • Concetta33

    The story was nice but the editing was horrid. Clara was schooling the children and the author uses the husbands name instead of the child's. I think it's pretty important for the author to be able to...