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Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) pdf Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) , ebook Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) , epub Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) , doc Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) , e-pub Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) , Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1) 0b924bd9558 Shannon McMurphy Travels To Asherville, Texas As A Mail Order Bride Expecting To Marry A Rancher Instead, Her Intended Is A Saloonkeeper Her Refusal To Marry Enrages John Hardy And He Slices Her Cheek With A Knife So No Other Man Would Want Her She Runs Into The Street And No One Helps Her Until Blond, Blue Eyed Cinders Rescues Her Sexy, Rancher Cinders Saves Shannon And Offers Her A Job To Protect Her Reputation He Must Marry Her They Both Agree It S A Marriage Of Convenience He Admires Her Spunk And Willingness To Learn Everything About Surviving The Texas Frontier He Waits For Her To Ask To Go Home But She Never Does They Learn A Lot About Each Other Through, Stolen Horses, Indian Troubles, A Cattle Drive And The Busybodies Of The Town Their Attraction For Each Other Grows, But Can They Learn To Trust Enough To Love Join Me In Asherville, Texas And See How This Love Story Unfolds.


10 thoughts on “Cinders Bride (Mail Order Brides of Texas, #1)

  1. says:

    I ver never read a wild west historical because I ve long suspected that they wouldn t be my thing Since this was free I decided to give it a chance From the description you d think it had a nice guy hero so I thought that might make itpalatable.This has got to be one of worst books I ve read in a while The hero saves the heroine, Shannon at the beginning of the story from the cartoonish, mustache twirling, cackling villainuhm, I mean saloon guy John John had ordered a mail order br I ver never read a wild west historical because I ve long suspected that they wouldn t be my thing Since this was free I decided to give it a chance From the description you d think it had a nice guy hero so I thought that might make itpalatable.This has got to be one of worst books I ve read in a while The hero saves the heroine, Shannon at the beginning of the story from the cartoonish, mustache twirling, cackling villainuhm, I mean saloon guy John John had ordered a mail order bride and Shannon arrived only to find out that John had lied and he really was looking for another whore for his saloon brothel Or maybe he really wanted Shannon for a native American s bride The story can t really seem to decide which it is.At any rate the hero, who goes by Cinder, comes along right after after John has sliced Shannon to scar her and ruin her and is trying to drag her into his saloon of sin Cinder resc...


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    Cinder s bride is set in the old west Shannon has decided being a mail order bride is better than having to go to the work houses after her parents were killed She is raised in the bad neighborhoods of New York City and used to danger but nothing has prepared her for what s in store for her in the west.She learns her first lesson the hard way when her so call husband is not a handsome wealthy rancher but a saloon owner When she defies him he cuts her face scaring her Still she holds strong a Cinder s bride is set in the old west Shannon has decided being a mail order bride is better than having to go to the work houses after her parents were killed She is raised in the bad neighborhoods of New York City and used to danger but nothing has prepared her for what s in store for her in the west.She learns her first lesson...


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    This is the first time I ve listened to an audible book by Kathleen Bell and it won t be the last This story took on such a powerful countenance with narration You could feel the emotions coming through as the narrator spoke Julie Hoverson did a wonderful job as narrator You feel for the plight of our heroine of this book as she s finding out the hard way that no one is quite as they appear to be Remember this is the Wild West not modern day A woman has limited means of employment So muc This is the first time I ve listened to an audible book by Kathleen Bell and it won t be the last This story took on such a powerful countenance with narration You could feel the emotions coming through as the narrator spoke Julie Hoverson did a wonderful job as narrator You feel for the plight of our heroine of this book as she s finding out the hard way that no one is quite as they appear to be Remember this is the Wild West not modern day A woman has limited means of employment So much emotion and detail went into this story At times I found myself with tears because you can feel the despair and sadness of our heroine Poor Shannon, she tries so hard to...


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    I read this all in one night not that it was short, mind you It was a good length but I couldn t put it down and read for over 3 hrs and didn t get to sleep until 2 a.m I loved Cinder He is the hero you dream about I felt so angry at her intended for what he did in chapter one I don t want to spoil this for other readers, but he is a cruel, mean character and at first I wondered about his actions Too harsh Not for that time and place It was very appropriate and believable Did I fi I read this all in one night not that it was short, mind you It was a good length but I couldn t put it down and read for over 3 hrs and didn t get to sleep until 2 a.m I loved Cinder He is the hero you dream about I felt so angry at her intended for what he did in chapter one I don t want to spoil this for other readers, but he is a cruel, mean character and at first I wondered about his actions Too harsh Not for that time and place It was very appropriate and believab...


  5. says:

    Seeking to better her lot in life, Shannon responds to an advertisement for a mail order bride and soon finds herself on the train to Texas Expecting to marry a rancher, she s horrified to learn that her intended is a depraved brothel owner Refusing his offer of marriage seems like the only safe option, but he doesn t take her rejection well, pulling a knife and leaving her bleeding in the street But before he can make good on his vile promises, a handsome cowboy steps in But As much as I Seeking to better her lot in life, Shannon responds to an advertisement for a mail order bride and soon finds herself on the train to Texas Expecting to marry a rancher, she s horrified to learn that he...


  6. says:

    I am a big fan of Kathleen Ball s writing I believe I have read all of her books Cinder s Bride was a change up for her It is a historical western romance novel set in post civil war Texas.I will confess that at first I had a bit of difficulty relating to the shift in her writing, but there was a great deal about the book that I liked I found Shannon McMurphy s character to be believable, and I could sympathize with her insecurities and understand where she came from She had made the choice I am a big fan of Kathleen Ball s writing I believe I have read all of her books Cinder s Bride was a change up for her It is a historical western romance novel set in post civil war Texas.I will confess that at first I had a bit of difficulty relating to the shift in her writing, but there was a great deal about the book that I liked I found Shannon McMurphy s character to be believable, and I could sympathize with her insecurities and understand where she came from She had made the choice to risk travelling to an area that she knew nothing about, to become a wife to man she didn t know, in hope of having a better life than she would have had before That took guts When she realized that the man who sent for her had not been honest about himself or his intentions, she refused to marry him That took guts To punish her for refusing him, he left his mark on her one that she would see every time she looked in the mirror He thought she would bow to him, but she di...


  7. says:

    This book gave me SERIOUS whiplash One minute the h was happy, sad, hurt and then right back to happy The H was nice polite one minute and the next would be furious and acting like a huge douche bag There is nothing I hatethan having MCs in books that can t make up their minds I understand that sometimes the author will use this melodrama to move the plot along or to add some angst and emotional turmoil but there is nothing appealing about adults who say yes but mean no this isn This book gave me SERIOUS whiplash One minute the h was happy, sad, hurt and then right back to happy The H was nice polite one minute and the next would be furious and acting like a huge douche bag There is nothing I hatethan having MCs in books that can t make up their minds I understand that sometimes the author will use this melodrama to move the plot along or to add some angst and emotional turm...


  8. says:

    3.5 stars rounded up.A very sweet love story Shannon was a headstrong woman but she managed to adapt without losing herself And though she had dreams and wants but she always grateful of what she did have.Cinders may had caused some pain to Shannon but you can t really hate him for he s not malicious, only doing things the way he knows and reacting out of experience And he s not afraid to apologize and change his way when he learned that he s wrong.Overall it s enjoyable, but there s some iss 3.5 stars rounded up.A very sweet love story Shannon was a headstrong woman but she managed to adapt without losing herself And though she had dreams and wants but she always grateful of what she did have.Cinders may had caused some pain to Shannon but you can t really hate him for he s not malicious, only doing things the way he knows and reacting out of experience And he s not afraid to apologize and change his way when he learned that he s wrong...


  9. says:

    This was quite an enjoyable historical western romance novel Generally I don t read many books in this genre but the cover and description of Cinders Bride captured my attention I found myself swept up into a lovely little romance tale with enjoyable characters, sweet dialog, timid love scenes timid in comparison to my usual reads and a good feel for the era and setting Any fan of the genre should enjoy this latest from Ms Ball This was quite an enjoyable historical western romance novel Generally I don t read many books in this genre but the cover and description of Cinders Bride captured my attention I found myself swept up into a lovely little romance tale with enjoyable characters, sweet dialog, timid love scenes timid in comparison to my usual reads and a goo...


  10. says:

    Great read If you like the old western romances this is for you Imagine, taking the chance of going west to marry a stranger that owns a ranch, only to find out he s a lying sleazy saloon owner That is what Shannon is facing When she decides she won t marry him he cuts her...


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