BOOK REVIEW- MAIL ORDER BRIDE DECEPTION-On a whim, Leah Morgan left Chicago and bought a train ticket for Dodge City.
She'd often heard that there were opportunities in the West, and she was determined to have a better life. Widower, Austin Wright, knew he'd never love again; however, he needed a mother for his cherished, one year old daughter, Violet. He'd been writing to a woman who had agreed to marry him.
When Austin saw Leah at the train station she fitted the description of his future bride.
Leah, attracted to the man who has obviously mistaken her for someone else, did nothing to correct the error. Days pass, and Leah knows she should confess her wrongdoing and leave, but can she, now that she has developed strong feelings for him?
Austin is overjoyed with his bride-to-be, but he had stated in his advertisement for a bride that he wanted a Godly, truthful woman. What will he do when the truth about Leah is revealed? AMAZON
This was an okay story and a clean one as promised. Leah caused some cringe worthy moments with that harebrained scheme of hers. Austin seemed a pretty good man with a close knit family and I did like his closeness to his daughter, Violet.
The cover was a bit unattractive to me. Or is that just me? I don't want to be picky but the hero depicted just didn't seem to fit with his description in the book. Not even close.