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Della: Bride of Texas

(Book 28 in the American Mail-Order Brides series)
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Della, Bride of Texas, is 28th in the unprecedented 50-book, American Mail-Order Brides series. If there's one thing life has taught Della Owens, it's that well-laid plans fall through. When faced with a dire situation where choices are limited, she puts her fate in the hands of a matchmaker and braces for the surprises her future holds. A simple girl from the east coast, Della journeys to the wild frontier town of Fort Worth, Texas, where hot headed cowboys and outlaws in hiding live side-by-side with the civilized, church-going community. But those dangers are the least of Della’s concerns once she meets Milton Tidwell, the impersonal banker she’s been matched with and Hank Hensley, the owner of the store where she works, who has a penchant for stirring up trouble wherever he goes. Will she stick to her original plan and commit to settling down on the frontier? Or will she find herself fleeing in an attempt to avoid the heartache within her…and the truth about what she’s done?

Genre: Historical Romance

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