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1882 A FRONTIER FAMILY CHRISTMAS Ruth Sinclair has arrived at Inspiration, Montana as a mail order bride for handsome rancher and father of three, Ben Abbott. Now Ruth must face all the daily challenges of frontier life. That includes winning over the hearts of the two girls and boy to whom she is now a mother. And her own heart seems destined to fall for the owner of the 1882 A FRONTIER FAMILY CHRISTMAS Ruth Sinclair has arrived at Inspiration, Montana as a mail order bride for handsome rancher and father of three, Ben Abbott. Now Ruth must face all the daily challenges of frontier life. That includes winning over the hearts of the two girls and boy to whom she is now a mother. And her own heart seems destined to fall for the owner of the Bar Fifty ranch. Ben Abbott needs a mother for his three children and a wife for himself. He figured Ruth would make the perfect mother, but she’s also turning out to be the ideal wife. It’s been a long time since Ben’s family was torn apart. Maybe Ruth will bring a healing touch to their lives on the ranch. But when the realities of frontier life bring crisis, Ruth and Ben will have to come together, united in faith, if they are to find hope in Inspiration. With Christmas coming, God’s plan for Ruth and Ben looks like it includes the joy of family love. The Rancher’s Christmas Mail Order Bride is a standalone FULL LENGTH NOVEL in the Brides of Inspiration series. It can be read on its own and as part of the series. It is a clean and wholesome historical Christian romance with inspirational themes of faith, family and love. And it has a guaranteed heart-warming happy ending.


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1882 A FRONTIER FAMILY CHRISTMAS Ruth Sinclair has arrived at Inspiration, Montana as a mail order bride for handsome rancher and father of three, Ben Abbott. Now Ruth must face all the daily challenges of frontier life. That includes winning over the hearts of the two girls and boy to whom she is now a mother. And her own heart seems destined to fall for the owner of the 1882 A FRONTIER FAMILY CHRISTMAS Ruth Sinclair has arrived at Inspiration, Montana as a mail order bride for handsome rancher and father of three, Ben Abbott. Now Ruth must face all the daily challenges of frontier life. That includes winning over the hearts of the two girls and boy to whom she is now a mother. And her own heart seems destined to fall for the owner of the Bar Fifty ranch. Ben Abbott needs a mother for his three children and a wife for himself. He figured Ruth would make the perfect mother, but she’s also turning out to be the ideal wife. It’s been a long time since Ben’s family was torn apart. Maybe Ruth will bring a healing touch to their lives on the ranch. But when the realities of frontier life bring crisis, Ruth and Ben will have to come together, united in faith, if they are to find hope in Inspiration. With Christmas coming, God’s plan for Ruth and Ben looks like it includes the joy of family love. The Rancher’s Christmas Mail Order Bride is a standalone FULL LENGTH NOVEL in the Brides of Inspiration series. It can be read on its own and as part of the series. It is a clean and wholesome historical Christian romance with inspirational themes of faith, family and love. And it has a guaranteed heart-warming happy ending.

30 review for The Rancher’s Christmas Mail Order Bride (Christian Western Romance) (Brides of Inspiration Book 14)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Audrey Rocha

    While overall I enjoyed this read, a few grammatical and word usage errors were making me feel like "really"? I know that generally the books I get online are self-published, grammar and correct word use have apparently fallen by the wayside. For example the sentence "There father and myself love our children." Should read "Their father and I love our children." Why? Because you wouldn't say "Myself loves our children." Rant over. While overall I enjoyed this read, a few grammatical and word usage errors were making me feel like "really"? I know that generally the books I get online are self-published, grammar and correct word use have apparently fallen by the wayside. For example the sentence "There father and myself love our children." Should read "Their father and I love our children." Why? Because you wouldn't say "Myself loves our children." Rant over.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gwen Hight

    The Rancher 's Christmas Mail Order Bride(Christian Western Romance) A very good story about a young woman that is a mail order bride that is marrying a man with children and she finds love The Rancher 's Christmas Mail Order Bride(Christian Western Romance) A very good story about a young woman that is a mail order bride that is marrying a man with children and she finds love

  3. 5 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Ben and Ruth This is a sweet and exciting love story by Maya Stirling. It is full of excitement, adventure, threats of harm, attempted murder, the Lords’s help from an unlikely source. You will enjoy how Ben and Ruth find their happily ever after.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nita Miller

    Mail Order Bride for a Rancher Ruth Sinclair arrived to Montana to marry a rancher with three children.Wonderful story of her fears and hopes as a mail order bride and the trials of becoming part of a rancher's family. Mail Order Bride for a Rancher Ruth Sinclair arrived to Montana to marry a rancher with three children.Wonderful story of her fears and hopes as a mail order bride and the trials of becoming part of a rancher's family.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Donna Campbell

    Sweet mail order bride story. This is a really sweet mail order bride story with some wonderful characters. I love how this little family got a second chance. This is a sweet, clean romance.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janet Langley

    What a great book. Nice love story to read

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    Linda J Thrasher

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    Jamie Edwards

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    Susan K Greenland

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