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    Amellia

    Her giving up singing for a family and love should not have to be but that is what she choose .love was there he was afraid to show it showing us men can be stubborn
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    Amelia's story

    Amelia is ready to start life anew and becomes a mail order bride with secrets for her new husband. Love blossoms but the secrets and past come out. Enjoyed this next offering of the mail order bride series with the interaction of family and journey to love. Received authors copy
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    A solid addition to a Great series!

    I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I'm a fan of Ms. Woolf's historical western romances, especially The Brides of San Francisco series. This was the 5th and latest addition to that series, and the heroine Amelia was leaving a rewarding career as a famous singer and leaving New York city to travel to San Francisco as a mail order bride to a rich miner, Phillip Dumont. Too many men in New York wanted to marry her for her fortune, or make her their mistress due to her career on stage. I found this storyline intriguing and refreshing, but I did not feel as emotionally invested in Amelia's and Phillip's romance as I have with the main characters in the previous books of this series. Also I was disappointed in the lack of development of the secondary character James Deaver, the love interest of Phillip's younger and only sister Toni. I did not find the story hard to finish and it was well worth the read, but when compared with the rest of the series, it falls a little short.
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