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Della, Bride of Texas, is 28th in the unprecedented 50-book, American Mail-Order Brides series. If there's one thing life has taught Della Owens, it's that well-laid plans fall through. When faced with a dire situation where choices are limited, she puts her fate in the hands of a matchmaker and braces for the surprises her future holds. A simple girl from the east coast Della, Bride of Texas, is 28th in the unprecedented 50-book, American Mail-Order Brides series. If there's one thing life has taught Della Owens, it's that well-laid plans fall through. When faced with a dire situation where choices are limited, she puts her fate in the hands of a matchmaker and braces for the surprises her future holds. A simple girl from the east coast, Della journeys to the wild frontier town of Fort Worth, Texas, where hot headed cowboys and outlaws in hiding live side-by-side with the civilized, church-going community. But those dangers are the least of Della’s concerns once she meets Milton Tidwell, the impersonal banker she’s been matched with and Hank Hensley, the owner of the store where she works, who has a penchant for stirring up trouble wherever he goes. Will she stick to her original plan and commit to settling down on the frontier? Or will she find herself fleeing in an attempt to avoid the heartache within her…and the truth about what she’s done? This book is also connected to the Wanted: Wives in the West series.


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Della, Bride of Texas, is 28th in the unprecedented 50-book, American Mail-Order Brides series. If there's one thing life has taught Della Owens, it's that well-laid plans fall through. When faced with a dire situation where choices are limited, she puts her fate in the hands of a matchmaker and braces for the surprises her future holds. A simple girl from the east coast Della, Bride of Texas, is 28th in the unprecedented 50-book, American Mail-Order Brides series. If there's one thing life has taught Della Owens, it's that well-laid plans fall through. When faced with a dire situation where choices are limited, she puts her fate in the hands of a matchmaker and braces for the surprises her future holds. A simple girl from the east coast, Della journeys to the wild frontier town of Fort Worth, Texas, where hot headed cowboys and outlaws in hiding live side-by-side with the civilized, church-going community. But those dangers are the least of Della’s concerns once she meets Milton Tidwell, the impersonal banker she’s been matched with and Hank Hensley, the owner of the store where she works, who has a penchant for stirring up trouble wherever he goes. Will she stick to her original plan and commit to settling down on the frontier? Or will she find herself fleeing in an attempt to avoid the heartache within her…and the truth about what she’s done? This book is also connected to the Wanted: Wives in the West series.

30 review for Della: Bride of Texas

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Nipper

    Aww I loved this book!! Second chances is the theme of this book, and giving God the room to make you more like him!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    Before I get to the story which was really good let me just say in the story do you have a little 10-year-old girl named Mary and she is blind and has been since birth. This author did something that they used to do a lot in the 80s, but isn’t moved away from it because enough blind people had complained that not only was it’s not true it’s just ridiculous. That is when she met Bella for the first time and when later on tell Esther how she looked, memory felt her face in her hair… Blind people d Before I get to the story which was really good let me just say in the story do you have a little 10-year-old girl named Mary and she is blind and has been since birth. This author did something that they used to do a lot in the 80s, but isn’t moved away from it because enough blind people had complained that not only was it’s not true it’s just ridiculous. That is when she met Bella for the first time and when later on tell Esther how she looked, memory felt her face in her hair… Blind people do not do this and I know because I’m blind. Especially those who have been blind since birth. I mean they feel your face and compare it to white? They’ve never seen anything and yes they do say with their hands but when decks with someone looks like you can just say she has blonde hair and blue eyes she’s thin she’s right ET see. As far as colors go people who have been blind all their life only know colors by what different things and objects are those colors peoples opinions of those colors how favorable they are to people things like that. To say that her hair is blonde and then her daddy said the color of the sun, the girl has never seen the sun. I’m just saying. Stuff like this makes me so angry to keep perpetuating such a myth in this day of Google and social media when you can go to blind groups and ask someone in the group how they should portray a blind . I personally been asked and made a character in a book by the author who asked me questions about how she should be portraiing a blind character. The book is called murder is universal I am not advertising even though I love the book I’m just saying to prove that good authors do their due diligence. I could go on and on like about all people didn’t have electricity until the late 1890s and no one in America even saw electricity until the 1892 worlds fair in Chicago, not to mention wearing make up every day didn’t become a popular thing with working women until after World War I during the roaring 20s, but I digress I just think it’s someone is going to write about yesterday they should at least know the history. Having said but I will say I really did like this but I thought that was seem like a very nice person I loved her out with spoken attitude and another thing in this book they do a lot that I can’t stand is how she was still going to marry that idiot Milton despite it was clear what a jerk he was but I digress the store it was great I love Frank or Sam or whoever. I just wish they would’ve put a conclusion to the story with Mary and her mom because I found out a very sad situation.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dana Dobias

    Great Story! This is the 28th book in the American Mail Order Brides series and it occurs in Texas although the heroine did work at Brown Textile Factory before the fire. She built an interesting unique storyline with lots of secondary characters.It's quite apparent that there are other stories about the secondary characters. Since this author has an easy to read style, I look forward to reading those stories. Great Story! This is the 28th book in the American Mail Order Brides series and it occurs in Texas although the heroine did work at Brown Textile Factory before the fire. She built an interesting unique storyline with lots of secondary characters.It's quite apparent that there are other stories about the secondary characters. Since this author has an easy to read style, I look forward to reading those stories.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Hank and Della I loved this story and I know you will too. Fella had been turned away by her parents, her sister, lost her place of employment burned to the ground and her new roommates all left her. The only option to her was to become a mail order bride. She goes to Fort Worth and through several trials and tribulations she finally believes she has found her true love, but has he proved untrustworthy too. Will Della find her true love or be alone forever?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    It was an interesting read. A story of second chances and always looking beyond circumstances.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Guffey

    Della: Bride of Texas (American Mail-Order Bride #28) By: Trinity Ford 4/5 stars Della has felt like a fish out of water after her parents up and sold the family home and moved. Della’s sister had gotten married to a domineering man and she felt like she needed to also look out for her sister, so she moved to Massachusetts with them. But when she lost her job at the factory, she was no longer welcome, and chose the avenue that most of the other women did. Milton was the man that Della was matched u Della: Bride of Texas (American Mail-Order Bride #28) By: Trinity Ford 4/5 stars Della has felt like a fish out of water after her parents up and sold the family home and moved. Della’s sister had gotten married to a domineering man and she felt like she needed to also look out for her sister, so she moved to Massachusetts with them. But when she lost her job at the factory, she was no longer welcome, and chose the avenue that most of the other women did. Milton was the man that Della was matched up with to marry. However, she just couldn’t get him to engage in any meaningful conversation, getting to know each other or trying to start a relationship that would lead to marriage. He’s most concerned with using their marriage as a way to drum up more business for his bank and a wife is just part of the business transaction. Confounding her emotions further, Della is somewhat attracted to the owner of the General Store where she works, even though she doesn’t want to be. Hank doesn’t have the best reputation around town with his penchant for drinking and card playing in the saloons. But most people in the town overlook his shortcomings since he’s one of the wealthiest citizens in town. After he meets Della and realizes she has heard the rumors about him, he wishes that he’d listened to his adoptive father and not gone that direction. Because even when he’s in the right he doesn’t get the benefit of doubt since his reputation proceeds him. Della wants stability, but knows she just can’t settle for indifference, especially when there is someone out there who might love her.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Not really what I was expecting. A different twist on the mail order bride. This was a different idea and very religious based without the preaching. I expected a different story and sorta lost interest for a minute and started to skim to the end when it picked up. I just couldn't get into the characters much. There was not enough dialogue between the two it seemed rushed and really like they didn't know each other at all. But it had a sweet ending and all around good story. This was a sweet rom Not really what I was expecting. A different twist on the mail order bride. This was a different idea and very religious based without the preaching. I expected a different story and sorta lost interest for a minute and started to skim to the end when it picked up. I just couldn't get into the characters much. There was not enough dialogue between the two it seemed rushed and really like they didn't know each other at all. But it had a sweet ending and all around good story. This was a sweet romance with no violence or sexual content

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    This is another keeper. Della's story is about being true to yourself and second chances. I loved Hank who tried so hard to become more than his past, and it was nice that Della finally got over her fears and stubbornness. This was a sweet story....and I had to chuckle at the typo of a "shite shirt" that Hank wore to his wedding. This is another keeper. Della's story is about being true to yourself and second chances. I loved Hank who tried so hard to become more than his past, and it was nice that Della finally got over her fears and stubbornness. This was a sweet story....and I had to chuckle at the typo of a "shite shirt" that Hank wore to his wedding.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Fantastic Story! I loved this story. You want to root for Della and Hank from the start. I found her original perspective groom to be smarmy and was hoping she'd change her mind. I also liked the other characters in this story and look forward to reading their books. Fantastic Story! I loved this story. You want to root for Della and Hank from the start. I found her original perspective groom to be smarmy and was hoping she'd change her mind. I also liked the other characters in this story and look forward to reading their books.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    This series is awesome. Definitely recommended.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Good book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    I really enjoyed this addition to the series. Della's man was very funny and made the book more enjoyable. I really enjoyed this addition to the series. Della's man was very funny and made the book more enjoyable.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Donna Rogers

    Great read!!! First book I've read by Trinity Ford and I loved it, really great book another one to add to my favorites of this series!! Great read!!! First book I've read by Trinity Ford and I loved it, really great book another one to add to my favorites of this series!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Great read. This one I really enjoyed. I would love to find out more about the people in this Texas town. Please Trinity Ford, write more!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Susan Robinson

    Very good story. I enjoyed the plot and twists. Well written and the dialogue was believable. I enjoyed well enough that I'm planning on reading more of Trinity Ford's books. Very good story. I enjoyed the plot and twists. Well written and the dialogue was believable. I enjoyed well enough that I'm planning on reading more of Trinity Ford's books.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn Muller

  17. 5 out of 5

    April

  18. 5 out of 5

    Glenda

  19. 5 out of 5

    Beth Mitchell parker

  20. 4 out of 5

    sharon wilson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kay Pierson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl W. Terry

  24. 4 out of 5

    K

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany King Snedegar

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathy C Bishop

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alexis

  28. 4 out of 5

    TomDeBrooke

  29. 5 out of 5

    Eloise Watson

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karen Ouska

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