New Home for a Wyoming Bride

New Home for a Wyoming Bride After her husband dies in the Civil War Fanny Ryan is well cared for by his extensive family in Boston However they would see her alone and mourning her late husband rather than finding her own happ

  • Title: New Home for a Wyoming Bride
  • Author: Angela K. West
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After her husband dies in the Civil War, Fanny Ryan is well cared for by his extensive family in Boston However, they would see her alone and mourning her late husband rather than finding her own happiness once After answering an ad from a man in the Wyoming territory seeking a bride, Fanny is finally certain that a new life will be hers Unfortunately, she didn tAfter her husband dies in the Civil War, Fanny Ryan is well cared for by his extensive family in Boston However, they would see her alone and mourning her late husband rather than finding her own happiness once After answering an ad from a man in the Wyoming territory seeking a bride, Fanny is finally certain that a new life will be hers Unfortunately, she didn t anticipate that vestiges of her former life might come calling, threatening to break open her new happiness and leave her as desolate and lonely as the empty prairieTHOR S NOTE This is a stand alone science fiction romance with an HEA This ebook contains mature themes and language, intended for 18 readers only.

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    214 thoughts on “New Home for a Wyoming Bride


    • I was asked to read this story and give a review. You know me, always willing to help out.I think this story would fit more in a short story category. It wasn't very long and it wasn't developed very much. It felt more like a telling of a story than a story that pulls you in to be a part of it. I think this is a fairly new author. I think the idea of the story was good and with some time and effort she could become a much better story teller. I hope she won't stop writing but keep learning and k [...]


    • I received an email asking me to review a historical romance book that was on free promotion on . As I am always interested in new books and authors, I accepted the offer. The book is “New Home for a Wyoming Bride” by Angela K. West. The title came with a bonus book “Ghostly Whispers of Love”. I thought that both books had a wonderful plot, but unfortunately, that was the best part of the book. I felt that if the author had researched the time period and the west as is was then, she woul [...]


    • The synopsis appeared that you are getting two “books”. However I feel that it should have stated that they were novellas – I read them both in about 15 mins each – they are more of a short story. In the description the author made a note that it is a stand-alone science fiction romance” however I feel this is not descriptive of the book. They appear to be more of a historical nature. “New Home for a Wyoming Bride” is a mail order bride that seeks a new husband. I think it has pote [...]


    • It was a sweet story that was simply told. Fanny was a war widow that lived in Boston. She had been alone for almost two years and when she saw an advertisement in the paper she sent off a series of letters. She made the decision to go to Wyoming to see if she and Ben Stewart were compatible in anticipation on marriage. The characters have to make some adjustments and the story quickly tells of this period. I liked Ben and Fanny.I liked the story and my only concern was that it was way too short [...]


    • Sweet but too shortI was asked to read this story and provide a review. The Mail Order bride story reads like a family story: "How grandma came to the West." It is similar to other Civil War widow stories I have read, but not well enough developed to keep it interesting. I agree that it is "clean" but not especially "inspirational". The author's note on says it is science fiction; it is not. It also says it contains mature themes and it does not. The ghost story that is included in this edition [...]


    • I'm giving this a 3 1/2 star rating. I enjoyed the storyline, but it was over before it got more developed. Definitely a short story.I did admire Fanny for taking the horse by the reins, so to speak. She knew her own heart and that she didn't want to spend the rest of her life living in the shadow of her late husband, with his family. Fanny wanted travel, adventure, and new scenery~~ and perhaps even love. Not easy for a woman to do in the days following the Civil War. Being a mail order bride t [...]






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