I sent an email out to quite a few people, and while most have gotten back to me, several have not. Please check your spam folder just in case the email ended up there. Trivia for Eye of the Beholder 1. Neil Craftsman was originally given the role of the hero. He was supposed to be Neil Larson. I also had come up with the brothers, namely Tom and Joel, who were supposed to look at Mary and only see what was on the surface.
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Shelves: historical-romance , bbw-curvy , sweet-heroines , western-romance , low-angst , likable-heroines , heroines-that-cook , no-breakups-or-separations , great-hero-not-ott-alpha , shy-heroines Mary Peters wants to get married and have kids. Unfortunately in her small town in Maine she has giving up finding a man who can get pass her plain looks to have her dream family. So she decides to become a mail order bride even though her parents are hesitant about her success.
Her feelings are hurt of course but she already decided she would not go back home no matter what. But she is Mary Peters wants to get married and have kids. But she is in for a huge surprise. Dave Larson is a young farmer that lives in Omaha, Nebraska and is in town to get more food since he has run out. He is surprised to hear that his neighbor has a mail order bride on her way since he never seemed the marrying type.
As he is about to head home he is curious about what a mail order bride is like since he has been thinking of placing an ad himself. When he sees he neighbor reject the young woman he approaches her and thinks she will be a perfect fit for him so he offers her marriage to him instead and after some hesitance on her part she accepts.
I got this as a freebie and had been wondering about it. I am glad I gave it a chance. The heroine was sweet and the hero was awesome and protective. Mary was always looked down on by her family so this made her very insecure but she blossomed with Dave and his family. I loved watching them fall in love and even though some spots were a little slow I appreciated it. It dealt with a hard subject of view spoiler [miscarriage hide spoiler ] but was done well and with care.
But wanted to warn for those that might find that hard. But completely safe read. Review of Follow up book To have and to hold.
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