Mail Order Brides of Oregon: The Orphanage Brides: Book 2, Moira (Mail Order Brides of Oregon: The Orphanage Brides)
by Debra Samms
After months of exchanging letters, Moira finally receives the letter from Henry that she has both prayed for and dreaded. On her way to the train station, she is given a letter that she is told to open on the day she turns 21. What she learns that day, changes everything about who she is and where she came from. She must come to terms with these truths before she can agree to marry.
Henry is a younger brother to Raymond. Together, they are ranchers in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Henry wants what Raymond has—a wife who loves him. He has big plans, but not the substantial means that it will take to realize his dreams for his own ranch. He feels unworthy and is reluctant to tell Moira his truth.
Miscommunications abound in this story between the timid and agoraphobic Moira and Henry, the dreamer.
This is a clean western romance story set in Oregon in the early 1890’s. It is the story of two unlikely people brought together by the mutual desire for marriage, and little else.
Will Moira be able to accept her truth and share it with Henry? Will Henry overcome his own doubts and open his heart to Moira?
The story of Moira is a short story Book 2 is a short story of about 10,000 words.
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