Lorelei

Lorelei A Western Romance short from bestselling author Celia Yeary Mail order bride Lorelei Hastings arrives by train in Trinity Hill Texas Instead of a handsome dark haired man who looks rather prosperous

  • Title: Lorelei
  • Author: Celia Yeary
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Western Romance short from bestselling author Celia Yeary Mail order bride Lorelei Hastings arrives by train in Trinity Hill, Texas Instead of a handsome dark haired man who looks rather prosperous, a tall, muscular man wearing dusty work clothes greets her The man is Daniel Carpenter, a livery owner He explains the banker ordered two brides to choose between, and A Western Romance short from bestselling author Celia Yeary Mail order bride Lorelei Hastings arrives by train in Trinity Hill, Texas Instead of a handsome dark haired man who looks rather prosperous, a tall, muscular man wearing dusty work clothes greets her The man is Daniel Carpenter, a livery owner He explains the banker ordered two brides to choose between, and he s already made his choice Lorelei is the leftover bride She is furious, but has no recourse except to drive home with the big blond man who speaks very little Excerpt All right, I ll just lay it all out No need to beat around the bush You see, ma am, Mr Teasdale ordered two brides, and since he s paying for both, I have to take the leftover You Now she backed up a step and sucked in a breath My lands, whatever on earth are you talking about And you re calling me a leftover Sorry Bad use of a word He removed his beat up felt cowboy hat, twirled it in his hands, and then replaced it on his head He shifted his weight See, it s like this I couldn t afford a bride, so he made a deal with me He would take his pick, and for the nominal fee of shoeing four horses for him, he d let me have the leftover Uh, I mean, the one who got leftover Feeling a little sick and very confused, Lorelei sank to the edge of the trunk Popping out her handkerchief, she carefully re folded it and held the cloth in her lap with both hands She smoothed her hair on one side, straightened her spine, and sighed heavily.

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    • nancyLanham says:

      Everyone has to do some changing to make love workI really cared for these characters. All of the confusion and must derstanding created an ethos that made this book a page turner! Arthyur Teasdale gave me thee willies! I loved the beginnings of a normal childhood for his and the joys making friends. Of course the chemistry of these two continued to the very end. A fun read for light hearted romance.

    • Maggie says:

      Secondhand BrideLorelei Hastings waits at the Trinity Hill train depot for Arthur Teasdale, the man who paid for her to be his mail-order bride. Instead, she gets blacksmith and livery owner Daniel Carpenter. Seems Teasdale ordered up two brides and already laid claim to bride #1.Albeit miffed at being discarded, Lorelei goes home with Daniel to his place outside of town, where he lives with his young son. Lorelei and little Davy hit it off right away, but Daniel is a tougher nut to crack. Just [...]

    • opal lambert says:

      A very happy ending to a complicated problemA young woman had a very complLocated home life lacking love After she signed up to Be a wife. For a wealthy banker even that backfired.but with the Lord's help she found love and that ability to help a child make a recovery from a crippling disAbilty

    • Anne Boyd says:

      Lorelei ReviewGood, but would have been better if it were longer. I love reading and this was good. An explanation of the talk between the two men and what changed the attitude to cause the lovely dinner would have been nice

    • Nina Camarillo says:

      Good book to read

    • Joyce Outlaw says:

      Good good bookVery good book. Think I read it before but enjoy reading again. I look forward reading more books of yours.

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