Margaret (The Suffragettes Choice Brides Agency #3)


5.00 · 2 ratings · Published: May 1st, 2016 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
A CLEAN Western Mail Order Bride ROMANCE! (With a very nice COWBOY!) Book 4 in the Suffragettes Mail-Order Brides series

With a Happy Ending - as always! (36,000+ words)

When Margaret Singleton’s parents are tragically killed in a house fire that takes with it everything she owns, Margaret finds herself penniless and homeless.

Her best friend Elizabeth Dow operates a mail-order bride agency created for Suffragettes, and offers Margaret a place to stay while she grapples with her loss. When Elizabeth presents Margaret with a mail-order bride opportunity for a rancher in Montana, who is fully supportive of the Suffrage Movement, she agrees to become a mail order bride.

Jake MacDonald is a rancher in Helena, and in need of a wife to help him run it. He stepped up his timetable for his mail-order bride, and he needs one a matter of weeks. But he didn’t reveal why...

When Margaret arrives in Montana to more than one surprise, she questions whether or not to return to Boston, but there is no turning back when her heart is won first by someone other than the handsome cowboy that’s to-be her groom.

This is book 3 in the Choice Suffragettes Brides Agency series. Each book is a a HEA standalone book, interconnected with characters. The books do not need to be read in any order, although we do recommend BEGINNINGS ( ) if you want to understand Elizabeth's reason for creating a mail-order bride agency for Suffragettes! Enjoy!

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