Mail Order Beatrice

Mail Order Beatrice

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Beatrice “Attie” Kendall has to escape from home with her six-week-old son. With the help of her kind brother, she goes to Atlanta where she consults a matchmaker. After the hard life Attie’s been dealt for her twenty years, she’ll finally have a good home with nice people and a friend nearby. In fact, her husband and their home seem too good to be true. Does she dare trust that her life has really changed?
Tate Merritt isn’t ready to get married but he gives in to his grandfather’s coercing. Grandpa raised him and Tate tries to please the older man. Tate doesn’t know what to think about this mail-order bride. She isn’t at all the wife he imagined—plus, she showed up with a baby! The child’s a cute little thing but Tate isn’t sure how he feels about her surprising him. How can he trust a woman whose story keeps changing?
Life presents obstacles to further complicate Attie and Tate’s marriage. They’ll have to work together to solve their problems and protect their family. Can they trust one another enough to make this marriage work?

Title:Mail Order Beatrice
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Mail Order Beatrice Reviews

  • Sandra Aaron

    This is an OK mail-order bride romance, with mostly likable characters, but I did have a few issues with it. It gets 2.5 stars from me, rounded up to 3 stars.First, it was just too short to have enoug...

  • Earlene Click

    Tate and BeatriceThis is a short, sweet, and love story written by Caroline Clemmons. There is adventure and excitement in this mail order bride tale. Tate doesn't want a bride just yet, but his grand...

  • Sharon

    A wonderful story Tate- rancher in texasBeatrice /Attie- grew up with an drunk abusive father , he wanted her baby ( from a forced union ) gone or dead.I enjoyed reading this engaging story that is we...

  • Robyn Echols

    Cute RomanceA desperate woman with a young baby, a man not enthusiastic about a bride, but Grandpa has his notions of what is best. Turning the or cheek and cherry pie adds to the fun. A sweet read....

  • Javaladybuggmail.com

    This book is so funny and witty you just have to read itThis book makes you just giggle and laugh at all the wonderful things that happened inside. From a loving kind matchmaker to a sweet and wonderf...

  • gary c lehn

    Great Series......I've enjoyed reading this story of the adventures of a woman who tries to escape a life of sorrow and a life of fear for her baby. She will try to find a new happiness....

  • Peggy Clayton

    This is an author that writes wonderful page turners for me. I love Mail Order Brides and this book I just flew through. This entire series of books have been so fun to read also addicting. Caroline h...

  • Zora

    LovelyI really liked this story. I found it fun and very entertaining. I loved that the heroine was strong, determine and kind. Even though it was a short story it did nor feel rushed or missing in de...

  • Chris Unwin

    Cowboy meets Mail Order BrideWhat’s to say it is exactly that a cowboy and a mail order bride. A few surprises along the way and for me a laugh out loud moment that was fun. Would I say it was the b...

  • Teresa C.

    Too cute!Such a good, cute story. I had a tough time putting this book down! Always glad to see people helping people. ...