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Meg O'Reilly wonders what ever made her want to be a teacher. The last four members of the demon horde are making her life miserable. When one of them slaps a copy of the Grooms' Gazette on her desk and tells her to go see their older sister so she can find her a groom, she reads through the paper and decides to do just that. Confident in her decision, she sends a letter t Meg O'Reilly wonders what ever made her want to be a teacher. The last four members of the demon horde are making her life miserable. When one of them slaps a copy of the Grooms' Gazette on her desk and tells her to go see their older sister so she can find her a groom, she reads through the paper and decides to do just that. Confident in her decision, she sends a letter to the man she chooses that very day. The one thing Lars Borgen is not looking for is love. He wants a wife to share his life, his work, and his bed, but he doesn't ever expect to feel any tender emotions for her. Expecting a plain bride, he is startled when beautiful Meg steps off the train looking for him. Will he be able to hold steadfast and keep from falling in love? Or will his sweet, pretty bride win him over, giving him a second chance at love?


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Meg O'Reilly wonders what ever made her want to be a teacher. The last four members of the demon horde are making her life miserable. When one of them slaps a copy of the Grooms' Gazette on her desk and tells her to go see their older sister so she can find her a groom, she reads through the paper and decides to do just that. Confident in her decision, she sends a letter t Meg O'Reilly wonders what ever made her want to be a teacher. The last four members of the demon horde are making her life miserable. When one of them slaps a copy of the Grooms' Gazette on her desk and tells her to go see their older sister so she can find her a groom, she reads through the paper and decides to do just that. Confident in her decision, she sends a letter to the man she chooses that very day. The one thing Lars Borgen is not looking for is love. He wants a wife to share his life, his work, and his bed, but he doesn't ever expect to feel any tender emotions for her. Expecting a plain bride, he is startled when beautiful Meg steps off the train looking for him. Will he be able to hold steadfast and keep from falling in love? Or will his sweet, pretty bride win him over, giving him a second chance at love?

30 review for Mail Order Mistletoe

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Another great series by Osbourne. She brings her great sense of humor into every story and I love the way her characters and series overlap.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Keeper Bookshelf

    Reviewed at Historically Romantic The ‘demon horde’ of Beckham strikes once again, and this time it’s going to cost the town their school teacher. Meg has had enough. When the oldest of the Miller students tauntingly tosses down a newspaper and tells her to go see his matchmaking sister – she does, almost immediately. Meg is matched with a gentleman who offers her the best solution – except for that I’ll never love you part. But she’s certain that she can overcome that in time. The trouble is that Reviewed at Historically Romantic The ‘demon horde’ of Beckham strikes once again, and this time it’s going to cost the town their school teacher. Meg has had enough. When the oldest of the Miller students tauntingly tosses down a newspaper and tells her to go see his matchmaking sister – she does, almost immediately. Meg is matched with a gentleman who offers her the best solution – except for that I’ll never love you part. But she’s certain that she can overcome that in time. The trouble is that Lars truly meant that part, and now Meg has to decide what happens to them next. Lars has a painful past and he’s not willing to let it go. Yet he certainly doesn’t expect his new bride to be so enticing, and such a good cook. It’s going to be hard to not fall for Meg. Mail Order Mistletoe is a story of loss, and of taking a chance again. I enjoyed Meg and Lars, they had a spark from the start and it was a charming journey to their happy ending. If you’ve loved the Brides of Beckham series then you’ll be happy to add this one to your collection – if you haven’t started then this is a fun read but I’d really suggest to go back and start from the beginning. I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Caron

    A cute and short Christmas story that will fill your heart and warm your soul. Faced with a room full of the "Demon Horde" for the rest of her career, or becoming a mail order bride, Meg opts for the most pleasant, or at least what she hopes will be. She only hopes that Ms. Tandy will be able to help her out. Anything to get away from the group of houdlans. Lars needs a woman's touch in his life. After loosing his young wife and son a couple of years ago, he knows he won't be able to survive ano A cute and short Christmas story that will fill your heart and warm your soul. Faced with a room full of the "Demon Horde" for the rest of her career, or becoming a mail order bride, Meg opts for the most pleasant, or at least what she hopes will be. She only hopes that Ms. Tandy will be able to help her out. Anything to get away from the group of houdlans. Lars needs a woman's touch in his life. After loosing his young wife and son a couple of years ago, he knows he won't be able to survive another winter alone. But he claims that he will never love his new wife, as long as she understands. But the heart doesn't always listen to the brain, and soon enough, Lars learns a valuable lesson in life. Sometimes, just sometimes, we're given another chance in life. All we have to do is reach out and grab it. Beautifully written, this short is the perfect bedtime story that will leave you with a warm glow to fall asleep with.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    The Miller four children and one teacher did not mix, they weren't sorry for the pranks they pulled. One month and the list, from being locked in the outhouse to a snake in her desk, didn't begin to cover them. Mail Order Bride sounded good, yet only one letter sounded possible. No love, and between 19-22, cook and clean, anything was better than teaching, He set down what he wanted, good thing she liked challenges. His house told a different story, when she seen the nursery. She was a replacemen The Miller four children and one teacher did not mix, they weren't sorry for the pranks they pulled. One month and the list, from being locked in the outhouse to a snake in her desk, didn't begin to cover them. Mail Order Bride sounded good, yet only one letter sounded possible. No love, and between 19-22, cook and clean, anything was better than teaching, He set down what he wanted, good thing she liked challenges. His house told a different story, when she seen the nursery. She was a replacement bride, he wanted a son. Cute story of how a smile changed Lar's thinking. Readers will enjoy reading as well as others by the author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Meg O’Reilly is the school teacher in Beckham and is having to deal with the last four members of the “demon horde” (also known as the Miller children – the siblings of the matchmaker Elizabeth Miller Tandy). The oldest of the “demon horde” slaps a copy of the Grooms’ Gazette on her desk and tells her since she was such a failure at teaching she should find herself a husband. Lars Borgen, a Norwegian immigrant, is looking for a wife to share his work and life but is not looking for love. He belie Meg O’Reilly is the school teacher in Beckham and is having to deal with the last four members of the “demon horde” (also known as the Miller children – the siblings of the matchmaker Elizabeth Miller Tandy). The oldest of the “demon horde” slaps a copy of the Grooms’ Gazette on her desk and tells her since she was such a failure at teaching she should find herself a husband. Lars Borgen, a Norwegian immigrant, is looking for a wife to share his work and life but is not looking for love. He believes he can’t love another woman after his first wife and love of his life died. This is such a great story and I would highly recommend it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Ambrose

    This was a short, sweet mail order bride story. I had a little trouble with how quickly Meg went from being a teacher to wanting to be a mail order bride. I have teachers in my family and despite her difficulties with what she called the "demon horde" I would have thought she would have agonized a bit more over leaving her family and her chosen profession. This was a short, sweet mail order bride story. I had a little trouble with how quickly Meg went from being a teacher to wanting to be a mail order bride. I have teachers in my family and despite her difficulties with what she called the "demon horde" I would have thought she would have agonized a bit more over leaving her family and her chosen profession.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Dubois

    Kissed under the mistletoe What a sweet caring story.Lars was determined for a loveless marriage utmg had different ideas she wanted his low. A way to a mans heart is through food tjasts for sure but caring and giving him love word better.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Very well written love story, Lars claims he will never love a woman again, yet he wrote and advertised for a mail-order bride. He wrote..I will never love you, I do want a son, cook and companion. Who would want him? Meg would..very interesting plot, fun and very romantic. I loved this.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    This was an enjoyable short read. I did thoroughly enjoy this as a late in the evening read. It was very well written and thoroughly believable. It was wonderful to see these two characters come together and have their HEA!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Delbora Dixon-Green

    Great Story Truly enjoyed reading this book continuing the Beckham Brides saga. Each book is thoroughly enjoyable and in no way redundant. This teacher ran off to marry a man who states he will never love her, all to escape the demon horde.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Joann

    Feel good! What an adventure to marry a man sight unseen. I can just feel the raw courage, like to believe I could make that choice. But to go to a man that says he'll never love you, that takes courage to the extreme. Great characters! Feel good! What an adventure to marry a man sight unseen. I can just feel the raw courage, like to believe I could make that choice. But to go to a man that says he'll never love you, that takes courage to the extreme. Great characters!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Good

  13. 5 out of 5

    Barbara R. Cady

    Nice Kirsten's books are always sweet and enjoyable. There is no graphic sex scene but it's not needed to make this an enjoyable story. A nice short book for a rainy day. Nice Kirsten's books are always sweet and enjoyable. There is no graphic sex scene but it's not needed to make this an enjoyable story. A nice short book for a rainy day.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Roush

    A very good read I liked the book A lot it just ended way to soon. I have liked all the Mail Order brides books

  15. 4 out of 5

    carol ann miller

    Wonderful Another heart warming book by Kirsten Osbourne. This is only my second book that I have read by her but I cannot wait to start another. They are feel good books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dana Dobias

    Nice Story This is a quick short story about a Mail Order Bride who goes to North Dakota. The husband swears he'll never love again,but of course he's proven wrong. Nice Story This is a quick short story about a Mail Order Bride who goes to North Dakota. The husband swears he'll never love again,but of course he's proven wrong.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cissie

    A Christmas surprise for all Brides of Beckham fans! This series is a wonderful, funny addition to mail-order bride stories everywhere. Meg is dealing with the youngest four Miller children known as "the demon horde". Incorrigible, Rotten, Misbehaved brats. They drive her from teaching and into a mail order bride situation. Lars is a man without a will to love. After losing his wife and stillborn son, Lars needs a companion. A helpmate who will cook and clean and keep her distance. For Meg, this A Christmas surprise for all Brides of Beckham fans! This series is a wonderful, funny addition to mail-order bride stories everywhere. Meg is dealing with the youngest four Miller children known as "the demon horde". Incorrigible, Rotten, Misbehaved brats. They drive her from teaching and into a mail order bride situation. Lars is a man without a will to love. After losing his wife and stillborn son, Lars needs a companion. A helpmate who will cook and clean and keep her distance. For Meg, this is the perfect offer to escape the brats. Join Lars and Meg as their journey leaves the reader chuckling and cheering for the pair to find love.

  18. 4 out of 5

    BookloverIAM

    I've truly loved the Beckham series. Her style of writing makes me smile and relax as her description of the surroundings make you feel as you are sitting right in the story. Whether it's describing the floors that need scrubbed or that are gleaming or the way the ranches or farm lands look down to the details of the animals in the barns, she makes you feel like you are right there. AND the relationships between the lead characters with their past lives are just wonderful. I've truly loved the Beckham series. Her style of writing makes me smile and relax as her description of the surroundings make you feel as you are sitting right in the story. Whether it's describing the floors that need scrubbed or that are gleaming or the way the ranches or farm lands look down to the details of the animals in the barns, she makes you feel like you are right there. AND the relationships between the lead characters with their past lives are just wonderful.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Robin Malek

    Surprise story Kirsten said that she had a surprise for us, and such a great surprise it is! Another wonderful creation made to get you smiling and totally happy. Looking forward to seeing the awesomeness that is the next project to be available soon. Kirsten, your mind works in strange and glorious ways, please don't ever stop. Surprise story Kirsten said that she had a surprise for us, and such a great surprise it is! Another wonderful creation made to get you smiling and totally happy. Looking forward to seeing the awesomeness that is the next project to be available soon. Kirsten, your mind works in strange and glorious ways, please don't ever stop.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Vivien

    I loved the start of this series, but after seventeen books it would appear that the ideas have ran out as this book is pretty much the same as at least two others that I have read. So an enjoyable book if you have never read the series before but boring if you have started from the beginning, (which I suggest you do)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Miriam Rivera

    Sweet western! A beautiful story of adventure and second chance at love. Lars swore he would never love Meg. What he didn't realize was that loving Meg was what he really needed to live again. Sweet western! A beautiful story of adventure and second chance at love. Lars swore he would never love Meg. What he didn't realize was that loving Meg was what he really needed to live again.

  22. 4 out of 5

    A C Kuplen

    Mail Order Mistletoe I loved this book from the get go it was interesting and each page only got better! Easy read, clean romance ( I Love That) this book was hard to put down it was that good.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle Bishop

    Very sweet Such a sweet read! It had me drooling at all the yummy food she was making =) I love how Kirsten added a character from previous books in and added tidbits of other stories into this book to keep you up-to-date on characters you've loved from previous books! Very sweet Such a sweet read! It had me drooling at all the yummy food she was making =) I love how Kirsten added a character from previous books in and added tidbits of other stories into this book to keep you up-to-date on characters you've loved from previous books!

  24. 5 out of 5

    daphne negron

    Very good holiday book I enjoyed this book. Light reading. A cute short Holiday story. I liked the Characters and setting. Of course it could have been longer with more build up between them. But it was a cute story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Beryl Audrey Foreman

    A Sweet Read There's only one reason why the book didn't receive 5 stars: I wanted to find out more--their friendships, children, relationships with their families. A Sweet Read There's only one reason why the book didn't receive 5 stars: I wanted to find out more--their friendships, children, relationships with their families.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Magic under the mistletoe? If you want a light, easy read without a lot of depth then this book is for you. Very similar to the author's other writings. I didn't love or hate it. Magic under the mistletoe? If you want a light, easy read without a lot of depth then this book is for you. Very similar to the author's other writings. I didn't love or hate it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Alvarez

    MAIL ORDER MISTLETOE Another great book for Brides of Beckham. I have enjoyed all so much and hope that there will be more. Wonderful book!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Timeforme

    This is an enjoyable quick read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Meg and Lars Loved this story that is well written with charismatic characters and witty dialogue. Their story has a satisfying HEA.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Ketcham

    As Above A Wonderful Story, But I Was Shocked To Think It Ended Just As Fast As I Had Gotten in to The Story. So Disappointed. Shirley Ketcham

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