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Mistaken Bride by Renee Ryan
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Mar 15, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: read-in-2012, historical-fiction
Read from March 25 to 26, 2012

The second book in the Irish Brides series picks up where Wedding Journey left off. This time it's Bridget's story. She's mistaken on the Boston docks as a mail-order bride. When she and her sister Nora arrive in Faith Glen, Bridget didn't know that she'd keep encountering William Black, the man who mistook her for his mail-order bride. He needs help with his young twins and she agrees to become their nanny. Will he be able to love her the way she wants and will she allow herself a chance to be happy?

Having read several of Renee Ryan's books in the past, I was so excited to read this one. I loved Bridget and Will. The twins were precious. What I really liked was the fact that Will was such an honorable gentleman that when an obstacle arose, he was willing to do what was right and pray that somehow God would be honored.

Two sisters have found their happily ever after. I can't wait to read Nora's story next month.

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