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Mail-Order Bride

af Debbie Macomber

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Caroline Myers had been eighteen when she'd first discovered how potent her grandfather's recipe for "tea" was. So, when her two maiden aunts suggested a vacation in Alaska, Caroline was sure they'd overindulged in the family brew. Why go now -- especially right after she'd just been jilted by her fiancé? But Caroline didn't know that her well-meaning relatives had cooked up a scheme. They thought that becoming a mail-order bride for rugged Alaskan Paul Trevor would be perfect for Caroline. And after gazing into Paul's dark eyes, Caroline had to agree. Could she have found an even more potent elixir than grandfather's tea?… (mere)
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Liked the idea of aunts coming up with a solution to Caroline’s depressed state following a distant relative doing the same thing. Only wish they had told her via final note in her suitcase what she was getting into. It wouldn’t stop her getting drunk by their “tea” and going through with marriage but at least there would have been more caring. Funny when Caroline escapes into a hunter’s camp. How could they be together and he never discloses his past. Knew she would fall for him but to take it so far with her distrust issues even after his friend gives her the background story. ( )
  kshydog | Dec 13, 2020 |
It starts off really good, good premise, she's an unsuspecting mail order bride. She thinks she's going on holiday.
But I disliked the hero, he is unyielding and even at the end he should have grovelled more. ( )
  izzied | Oct 29, 2020 |
Mail-Order Bride is a re-release of a Debbie Macomber book now on e-book, and I am pleased that Random House LLC republished it again, so I had the chance to read it. A cute love story of two people falling in love with the help of Caroline's great aunts set in Alaska. I love all of Debbie Macomber books, and this one would make a great Hallmark movie. ( )
  JCGirl | Jun 27, 2016 |
In Macomber’s romance novel, Caroline Myers has been dumped by her fiancé. Her well-meaning aunts plan a trip to the Alaskan wilderness supposedly to help Caroline cheer up and move on. But to Caroline’s surprise, her family targeted Alaska after reading an article stating that Paul Trevor, of Alaska, was looking for a bride. Caroline might have been upset over the scheme, but when she looks Paul in the eyes the surrounding snow melted.

With the stunning background of Alaska, Macomber has once again painted a winning tale. ( )
  debbieaheaton | Jul 24, 2014 |
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Caroline Myers waited at a Starbucks in the Seattle-Tacoma airport, accompanied by her great-aunts.
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Caroline Myers had been eighteen when she'd first discovered how potent her grandfather's recipe for "tea" was. So, when her two maiden aunts suggested a vacation in Alaska, Caroline was sure they'd overindulged in the family brew. Why go now -- especially right after she'd just been jilted by her fiancé? But Caroline didn't know that her well-meaning relatives had cooked up a scheme. They thought that becoming a mail-order bride for rugged Alaskan Paul Trevor would be perfect for Caroline. And after gazing into Paul's dark eyes, Caroline had to agree. Could she have found an even more potent elixir than grandfather's tea?

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