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Published by Covenant Communications. Releases January 4, 2021

Ronald is unlucky in love and orders a mail-order bride. Dorothy is running away and has a secret. Who holds the high card? Love is the ultimate high stakes game that none were expecting to play.
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This is my first book by Frank but I’ve seen other Western books by her. By the names of some people I’m assuming their stories are in the other books.
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Dorothy is a saloon girl and helps her brother cheat a poker. She runs away onto a train and meets a mail-order bride on her way out west. But the mail-order bride gets cold feet and asks Dorthy to deliver a letter for her.
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When Dorthy gets into town – everyone expects her to be the mail-order bride and showers her with kindness. Something she’s not used to. Maybe she can deliver the letter tomorrow after a good nights sleep in a big bed.
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Ronald is a lawyer out west where his clients pay him in eggs and chicken breast. But it works for him. After courting another lady in the past didn’t work – he got a book about courting. And ordered for a mail-order bride. He’s very analytical and orderly so while some might say it’s crazy he did that – to him it makes sense. He’s written to his mail-order bride Wilhelmina Cooper and she seems just as logical as he. He has it all planned out! They’ll court for 2 months to get to know each other better.
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Ronald didn’t know what to expect but he was happily surprised to see who came to town on the stagecoach.
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This was a fun book with secret identity, action towards the end with high stakes poker. It wasn’t as predictable as I thought it’d be. Towards the end with the climax it was a little jarring. But I think I would still enjoy reading the other books in this series.
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Covenant Communications. This book releases in 1 week.

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