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Mail Order Bride: 6 Book Boxed set : Pioneer Brides : CLEAN Western Historical Romance Series Bundle


  Pioneer Brides 6 Book Boxed set

  FAYE SONJA

  Contents

  Copyright

  Find Out More

  About The Author

  Dedication

  THE BARREN BRIDE & THE ABANDONED BABY

  Synopsis

  1

  Sidney

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  Isam

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  A Long Journey

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  4

  A Wedding and an Admission

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  Isam receives some troubling news

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  A Confrontation

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  7

  Sidney receives a terrible shock

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  8

  An Important Decision Is Made

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  Another miracle takes place

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  Epilogue

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  THE MIRACLE BRIDE & THE BABY

  Synopsis

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  Tess

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  George Stalley

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  Tess Arrives In Ghostbrook

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  A Wedding

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  A Deception

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  6

  An Incredible Shock

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  7

  A Family Reunited

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  A New Secret

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  A Discovery

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  One More Miracle

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  Epilogue

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  THE BROKEN BRIDE & HER LOST BABIES

  Synopsis

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  Bridget

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  Calvin West

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  A Wedding in Ghostbrook

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  4

  Bridget's Secrets Are Revealed

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  5

  A Long Wait and a Heartbreaking Decision

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  6

  Jessie's Big Day

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  A Miraculous Reunion

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  Another Miracle

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  9

  Some Alarming News

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  The Greatest Miracle

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  Epilogue

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  THE MAYOR MEETING HIS SCARRED & REJECTED BRIDE

  Synopsis

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  Chapter 1

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  Chapter 2

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  Chapter 3

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  Chapter 4

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  Chapter 5

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  Chapter 6

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  Chapter 7

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  Chapter 8

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  Chapter 9

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  Chapter 10

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  Chapter 11

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  12

  Chapter 12

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  Epilogue

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  THE HEROIC COWBOY MEETING HIS BROKEN & FEARFUL BRIDE

  Synopsis

  Prologue

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  Chapter 1

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  Chapter 2

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  Chapter 3

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  Chapter 4

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  Chapter 5

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  Chapter 6

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  Chapter 7

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  Chapter 8

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  Chapter 9

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  Chapter 10

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  Chapter 11

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  Chapter 12

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  Epilogue

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  THE LAWYER MEETING HIS GALLANT & BURNED BRIDE

  Synopsis

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  Chapter 1

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  Chapter 2

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  Chapter 3

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  Chapter 4

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  Chapter 5

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  Chapter 6

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  Chapter 7

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  Chapter 8

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  Chapter 9

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  Chapter 10

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  Chapter 11

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  Chapter 12

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  Chapter 13

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  Epilogue

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  Publishers Notes

  Copyright © 2016 by Faye Sonja

  All Rights reserved.

  No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

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  About The Author

  Faye Sonja is a multi-voiced writer who aspires to use different voices in telling her stories, seeing characters coming alive through the multi-faceted writing styles give her great satisfaction.

  As a young girl, Faye Sonja has been fascinated with stories of the Old West, especially the theme of Mail Order Bride where a woman will find the courage to leave her homeland, take the plunge to seek out the love of her life out there in the unknown land.

  Such an act requires bravery, such an act requires faith. It takes a woman with strong Christian faith to step out on such a pursuit for her love.

  It is Faye's desire that readers will once again have the courage to believe in love again from reading her books, to be inspired through the characters in her story who through perseverance, in the face of obstacles, overcame the hurdles using that simple faith and belief of theirs.

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  Here's what real readers are saying about Faye Sonya books :

  Brides of El Paso Book3

  The Doctor's Flawed Bride with a Lisp

  Writer's a litter different from the other authors I have been reading. She has a very good story and keeps your interest up. ~ Peggy Primavera

  Mail Order Brides of Western Romance Book3

  The Deaf Bride and The Sensible Teacher

  It t
ouch me so much because it's about deaf just like myself. I'm deaf also it showed that we can do anything for being deaf. Thank Faye Sonja for great writing a stories of handicapped and etc. ~ Doxiesmom3

  Bride of Perry Lake Book1

  The Big Feisty Bride tamed by Her Scarred Banker

  I actually really enjoyed this book and I'm very interested in the fact that it's the first in a series. The author did a great job of making the characters relatable. The story itself shone, especially because it was romantic and sweet, and also a clean romance. The other thing I liked was that it wasn't predictable, which made the story an enjoyable read. ~ Cassandra

  The Archer Sisters of Goldrush Book1

  ADELINE - The Strong-willed Bride for Her Lonely Farmer

  This was an entertaining short story for a sunny afternoon. Adeline is a little more strong willed than what makes a really likable character for me, but James is a keeper. All in all Addie and James' story encourages me to move on to Amelia's story (2) and then Averil's (3), too when it's completed at the end of this month. ~ J. Smith

  Three Brides for Three War Comrades Book2

  Ashamed, Beaten & Saved by Her Burned Hero

  This the second story of the series was as good as the first, now I am looking forward to reading the last story of the series. ~ Jilm

  Comment & Review on Social Media- Facebook

  I love your books they are so easy to read and they are great I have right many of your books in my library, I particularly like you boxed sets with the stories leading into the next,keep them coming my friend as I have a lot of time and i intend to spend it reading now that I've retired and can read until I get sleepy and need to go to sleep! Thank you very much!. ~ Margie Cox

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  Dedication

  Jerry:

  Hello. I'm looking for my wife.

  .....but our little company had a good night tonight. A really big night. But it wasn't complete, it wasn't nearly close to being in the same vicinity as complete, because I couldn't share it with you. I couldn't hear your voice, or laugh about it with you. I missed my wife. We live in a cynical world, and we work in a business of tough competitors, I love you. You complete me. And I just...I…..

  Dorothy:

  Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at hello.

  “Jerry Maguire” (1996)

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  To those who have found the love of their lives:

  May you never stay out of love, taking every effort to rekindle the magic moment when both of you first held hands.

  To those who are waiting for the love of their lives:

  May you never lose that belief in love, that magical moment when all that really matters is to fall in love.

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  THE BARREN BRIDE & THE ABANDONED BABY

  BRIDES & MIRACLE BABIES OF GHOSTBROOK

  BOOK 1

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  Barren Sidney knows she can never have children of her own and no one will want to marry her. But miracles do happen- she found a baby on her door step one day. But this posts a problem…

  What happens when Sidney with a baby in her arms becomes a mail order bride for Isam, who doesn't want any children?

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  Sidney

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  “ She wasn't sure that

  would be such a bad thing. ”

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  Rhode Island,

  Winter 1845

  "Mama!" the child screamed out.

  Sidney spun around, almost slipping on the cool slate rock underneath her feet that had been drenched by an earlier downpour. There was still a fog in the air and Sidney had to squint to make out the little girl with long blonde pigtails who was still screaming out for her mama. She's lost, Sidney thought, turning away from the crowded harbor towards the little girl whose screams had become even more urgent.

  Sidney ran towards the child. She slid and her feet went out from underneath her. As she fell she tried desperately to reach for a railing to stop herself, but it was to no avail. Her head hit the stone but the pain of the fall was nothing compared to the embarrassment she felt once she'd opened her eyes and saw that people were staring at her with pity.

  "Mama, look!" the little girl with the pigtails cried out with laughter, pointing down at Sidney. "She fell right over!" She'd been reunited with her mother who came up and took the little girl's hand.

  "It's rude to point!" the woman scolded, but she did nothing to help Sidney. Instead, she turned the child away and ushered her along, eager not to share in any more of Sidney's embarrassment. Sidney quickly picked herself up and got to her feet before anyone else could see. She brushed herself off and kept her head down, though she covertly turned her head to check if anyone was looking at her. Each of the people turned their heads away quickly as she caught their eyes, pretending they hadn't seen anything. Acting as though nothing had happened. Sidney was grateful in a way, but there was a part of her that appreciated the honesty of the child. The young girl had been too young to understand shame or embarrassment

  Sidney craned her neck to check if she could still see the girl. She was about to disappear into the fog, but she was still visible. That's when Sidney saw the doll hanging from the child's right hand, as the other hand, gripped by her mother, dragged her away.

  A child with a doll was a sight too much for Sidney to bear. She turned her face away and began to stare out across the ocean, letting the cool air sooth her cheeks which had suddenly grown hot. She leaned against the rails and stuck her head out as far as she could without toppling over.

  The gentle sea breeze and the hypnotic swell of the ocean was one of Sidney's few joys in life. Sidney loved the cool Rhode Island weather -- winter was her favorite season and she would have been happy if it had lasted all year round.

  She wondered if Texas even had winters.

  People who had seen Sidney's fall hurried past her. Eventually they were replaced by a fresh batch of people who hadn't been subjected to Sidney's embarrassment, and these new people stopped and greeted her in a friendly and polite manner.

  But Sidney was distracted. There was a reason she hadn't quickly hurried off back to her home and buried her head in her pillow following her fall. It was her last day in Rhode Island. It might be the last time she ever came down to the harbor, the last time she ever looked over the cool, calming ocean.

  She wanted to say goodbye.

  She shivered in the fog and remembered to feel grateful. It might be the last time she felt a chill in a long time. It still didn't even seem real to her that the following day, she was going to leave all this behind for the desert landscape of Texas.

  Am I making a mistake? She looked out at the ocean for answers.

  Sidney glanced to her left and saw a ship slowly make its way into the harbor. New settlers, she thought, distracted, thinking about her own long journey ahead. Absentmindedly, she wondered if the boat journey had taken longer than her coach journey would. Sidney, like many young woman of her age and status, was clever in many ways but lacked the formal education that would have informed her that Ireland was much further than Texas. Though to Sidney, they may as well have been the same distance. Texas was as foreign to her as any country across an ocean would be.

  She was also blissfully unaware, ignorant to the conditions on the ship. She didn't know that the Irish immigrants, forced out of their homes due to the famine, dying of fever, typhoid and other diseases, had been shoved onto over crowded ships, without enough food and supplies to go around. She didn't realize that a great percentage of the passengers had already died, and that many more would perish as soon as they hit shore.

  She didn't know that a woman on the ship had just give
n birth to triplets, and that she was barely able to care for even one of them, let alone all three. Two of the babies would soon be abandoned on the shores where she was now standing.

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  Sidney packed carefully. Slowly. She kept thinking that if she just took long enough to pack her items that some force of nature, or fate, would intervene and prevent her from going.

  Perhaps a hurricane, Sidney thought, as she folded her finest dress. Not that the dress was really much to brag about. It was made of a stiff, inflexible material and the cream colored fabric was nowhere near as pretty as the greens and purples that she saw other women wear on the rare occasion she went to a show or a play. But the dress fit well, and it wasn't frayed or damaged in any way, and Sidney knew it would do her well in Texas if they had such things as dances or shows out there. Part of her doubted that they did.

  But as Sidney placed the last of her garments inside her trunk, no hurricane had hit. In fact, the weather outside was calm and flat -- there wasn't so much as a breeze on that late winter day.

 
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