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    Love under extreme circumstances

    Having read the first book in this series, I was interested to see how Mail Order Mayhem would pan out. Rachel was the leader and Lucy her follower, so when Rachel decides that she is not going to sit around waiting for a husband to happen, she persuades Lucy to join her in answering an advertisement to apply to be part of the group of 100 brides going to Seattle. Lucy is normally a light-footed, graceful person, but for some reason in the presence of Drew Talbot she becomes clumsy and accident prone, much to his amusement. However, when Lucy witnesses a murder and becomes a victim, nothing will prevent Drew from going after her and doing everything in his power to protect her. In this sweet, clean romance the author aptly portrays the trauma experienced by a victim and Lucy's reaction to her abduction is very realistic, as is Drew's protectiveness towards her. I enjoyed this book even more than the first one, and although the two overlapped to some extent, it was nevertheless a standalone with a happy ending. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    A Wonderful Journey

    What a wonderful series by Cynthia Woolf. When an ad came out that mail order brides were needed to go west to Washington, Lucy Davidson decided to take a chance. With her best friend she began a journey with other women who had seen the same ad put in the paper by the Talbot Brothers. Drew Talbot along with his brothers own a logging company and to keep the men happy need the new brides to come to their neck of the woods in Washington. Drew, wanting to find a bride for himself, becomes attracted to Lucy and she to him on the journey. But as fate would have it, there are several incidences that get in the way. Lucy witnesses a murder and is stalked by the unhinged killer so Drew tries to keep her safe. This story is full of suspense, new beginnings and a romance that will keep you captivated until the very end. This can be read as a standalone but I intend to read all books in this series because I know they will be a continuation of this wonderful journey for the bride's to be.
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    A good afternoon read.

    This is a a good addition to the Seattle Brides Series. Lucy and Drew’s story picked up from the beginning where all the brides started. They both had issues from previous life experiences which needed to be worked through. Adding in the life threatening danger to Lucy and potentially the whole family, the couple was finally able to find their “Happily Everafter”. It looks like the other brothers will be getting their own brides soon. The writing with this book was less smooth than usual with Ms. Woolf’s other books. Sometimes it just felt a bit cut and dried like the characters were practicing a scene rather than interacting wiother. At the same time, sections of this book interwove and filled in gaps from the first book in the series Mail Order Mystery which had not been directly answered in that book.good afternoon read and a must to keep current with all the characters in this new series. I received an advance copy of this book for my honest review. The opinions expressed are my own.

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