Felicity works in a millinery shop in upstate New York during the 1880s. A letter arrives from the man she was engaged to marry announcing his sudden marriage to another. This crushes Felicity and she has many difficult days where she reflects on her life and the inevitable future of living with her parents. After shedding many tears, she looks at a newsletter that lists mail order bride advertisements. Despite a broken heart, she writes to a doctor in Montana. Felicity hopes to have a home and family of her own, even if she can never truly love again.
Will Dr. Walsh’s solitary ways, habits and quirks be an ultimate barrier for the two of them? Are their worlds two different? Will anger win out over patience? Can there be love and healing after heartbreak? What stops Dr. Walsh from relating as he did when he wrote letters?
This is a 29,000 word stand-alone story and can be read independently, but is also book three in the series. Note that Mail Order Bride Leah is book one and Mail Order Bride Tess is book two and they are both available on Amazon. Each book is a clean romance without a cliffhanger. If you belong to Kindle Unlimited or Amazon Prime you can read these books for free and each can be read by itself as an independent novella.