A New Hope for the Widow
by Molly Taylor
At the close of the Civil War Lydia, who had once been a War Bride, found herself, like so many other woman, to be a war widow. Now, with time passed, her period of wearing the “widow’s weeds” was up, and her sisters, The Meddling Pair, as she not-so-affectionately referred to them, were determined to get her back in the land of the living. They had hatched the perfect plan. They would answer an ad for a mail order bride for her. Sifting through the many possibilities, they chose Conrad Bellanger’s ad. They thought the rancher with the romantic name would be the perfect brother-in-law! What they didn’t know was that Conrad himself had been left at the altar by every mail order bride who had shown up eager to marry him! Would the sister’s meddling once again to create even more of a mess for Lydia? Or would they, in spite of themselves, help to unite two lost souls who might actually, although perhaps improbably, have a second chance together?
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