A bright future awaits the women of courage and faith who boldly chase their dreams across the wide-open Montana Territory, prepared to embrace adventure and forge their own destinies . . .
When French immigrant Zoe de Fleur is forced out of her position as household cook for a high society New Yorker, the pretty and talented chef seizes an unexpected chance to head west for a new beginning. She pursues what she thinks is a prestigious job in the frontier’s “finest kitchen,” but instead finds herself in a matchmaker’s agency . . .
Isaak Gunderson is one of Helena, Montana’s most eligible bachelors, but he’s too focused on running for mayor and his family’s business to think about a wife and family. His twin brother, Jakob, is supposed to be too busy as well, yet sends for a mail-order bride anyway. Isaak doesn’t want to fuel an ongoing rivalry with his twin, but this tempting newcomer can’t be ignored. If only she’d come to Helena a different way and loving her wasn’t a betrayal . . .
Praise for The Promise Bride
“This heart-tugging story gives the reader a bit of everything—mystery, faith, and romance with a charming frontier sheriff!”
—Scarlett Dunn, author of Last Promise
“You don’t want to miss this jewel!” —Amy Lillard, author of A Home for Hannah
“Fast-paced and enjoyable . . . a great read!” —Lisa Jones Baker, author of Rachel’s Dream
“A dauntless, winning heroine, a complex hero, an engaging supporting cast . . . Sweet and appealing, this historical inspirational romance hits a nice tone as it touches on a variety of themes.” —Kirkus on The Promise Bride
“This mail-order bride novel has it all—likeable characters, intriguing suspense, a dash of wry humor, and a swoon-worthy romance!” —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, on The Promise Bride