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Alternative Cover Edition of ASIN B01N9NVY8Z Agatha, Bridget, Isabella, Maud and Catherine. One of these sisters gave birth to an illegitimate child two years ago. With their father dead and outcasts in their home town, they must forge a new future for themselves in the west. Bridget is the first of the sisters to venture west as a mail order bride. She dreams of a new life w Alternative Cover Edition of ASIN B01N9NVY8Z Agatha, Bridget, Isabella, Maud and Catherine. One of these sisters gave birth to an illegitimate child two years ago. With their father dead and outcasts in their home town, they must forge a new future for themselves in the west. Bridget is the first of the sisters to venture west as a mail order bride. She dreams of a new life where she can ride horses to her heart’s content in exchange for marriage. Except, she had not reckoned on falling in love with Alexander Baron, or that there’s another contender for his love who shares a past with him. Secrets are best left where they belong, but what if the only way Alexander can truly love her is by baring her soul? This is the first book in the Blood Sisters series. If you like clean, historical romance about women who risk all they know to find love on the Western frontier, you will love Diana Nicholas’s latest sweet romance!


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Alternative Cover Edition of ASIN B01N9NVY8Z Agatha, Bridget, Isabella, Maud and Catherine. One of these sisters gave birth to an illegitimate child two years ago. With their father dead and outcasts in their home town, they must forge a new future for themselves in the west. Bridget is the first of the sisters to venture west as a mail order bride. She dreams of a new life w Alternative Cover Edition of ASIN B01N9NVY8Z Agatha, Bridget, Isabella, Maud and Catherine. One of these sisters gave birth to an illegitimate child two years ago. With their father dead and outcasts in their home town, they must forge a new future for themselves in the west. Bridget is the first of the sisters to venture west as a mail order bride. She dreams of a new life where she can ride horses to her heart’s content in exchange for marriage. Except, she had not reckoned on falling in love with Alexander Baron, or that there’s another contender for his love who shares a past with him. Secrets are best left where they belong, but what if the only way Alexander can truly love her is by baring her soul? This is the first book in the Blood Sisters series. If you like clean, historical romance about women who risk all they know to find love on the Western frontier, you will love Diana Nicholas’s latest sweet romance!

30 review for Bridget

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    This book was recommended to me so I decided to give it a shot. I just did not love it. This book was very choppy and constantly switched between characters. Also, there were so many vague references to something that had happened in the past. We are never given the full details of the event. I just wasn't a huge fan. There was not any build to any sort of romance. It kind of just happened. It was odd. This book was recommended to me so I decided to give it a shot. I just did not love it. This book was very choppy and constantly switched between characters. Also, there were so many vague references to something that had happened in the past. We are never given the full details of the event. I just wasn't a huge fan. There was not any build to any sort of romance. It kind of just happened. It was odd.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jo Ann

    ***Up-dated comments after reading revised edition: Changes really helped add more depth and emotion to this short story. I especially liked how it's now easier to empathize with the heroine and the decisions she makes. I'm really impressed by how the author is able to convey so much with a few beautifully crafted sentences. Rating changed from 3 to 3.75 stars. Original review: The author packs a lot into this short story, however I never got the emotional depth from the H/h that I needed to feel ***Up-dated comments after reading revised edition: Changes really helped add more depth and emotion to this short story. I especially liked how it's now easier to empathize with the heroine and the decisions she makes. I'm really impressed by how the author is able to convey so much with a few beautifully crafted sentences. Rating changed from 3 to 3.75 stars. Original review: The author packs a lot into this short story, however I never got the emotional depth from the H/h that I needed to feel their connection. This author seems to have the talent, so I'm not sure why she's cheating the reader out of a longer, more detailed story. There is a hook to the story arc -who is the mother/father of baby Sophia - which is left unresolved. A few too many typo's for such a short story. I'll give book 2 a try.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    I am really torn on the rating for this review there are so many good things in this story. For my taste it is too short and leaves a lot out that would truly make this a 5 star read. For a debut and new series it was a good read. So much is left out, so much left unsaid that really needed more explaining to really give you the understanding of their relationship and the buildup for a romance. Does this make it a bad read no it is wonderful and really held my attention. What this story is lackin I am really torn on the rating for this review there are so many good things in this story. For my taste it is too short and leaves a lot out that would truly make this a 5 star read. For a debut and new series it was a good read. So much is left out, so much left unsaid that really needed more explaining to really give you the understanding of their relationship and the buildup for a romance. Does this make it a bad read no it is wonderful and really held my attention. What this story is lacking is chemistry, the pull of attraction between Bridgette and Alexander. Oh it is there but we really never see it, when things go a little haywire you see the start but no depth only the outcome. There is not enough romance you really do not see what really pulled these two together from meeting to marriage. What I likes was the secret baby, not knowing who is the mother adds to the mystery. For all five sisters to stick to not naming names really adds a lot to the story. The author writes it in a way that really pulls you in making you guess but I am pretty sure the outcome of who the mother isn’t. Charlotte adds a lot to this story but you do not get to see the full impact of her meddling. Again you see the start and finish but not what goes on in between that would really make this story more interesting. I really wanted to see how Alexander turned Bridgette mind to have faith in him and not in what she saw. Alexander’s mother is something else I expected her to be cold hearted but she really is a wonderful lady who really wants the best for her son. I thought more time was given to her than Bridgette and Alexander getting to know each other and making a relationship. Not saying that less should have been written I thought it was great and would have liked to know a little more about her. I just felt I know his mother and Bridgette more than I know of Alexander and their building up of their relationship. It is a clean read that is done in style that really makes it a delightful read. I thought the author gave a great understand to the sisters, I would have liked to have know why they each thought they destroyed or let their father down. I would have liked to have known how he died. I thought the author really showed how hard it is to be a mail order bride the conflict in deciding and the worry of the turn out a woman has. I loved the meddling mother how she took over in some of the decisions. I enjoyed how Bridgette and Alexander thought about the whole mail order bride thing. I found so much in this story that was so interesting and was really pulled in. This could have easily been a 150 to 200 or more page story and have been a wonderful read with the authors writing style would have easily make it a 5 star read. I believe this is easily a 3.5 star read it kept my interest from start to finish with mystery, meddling and a woman who might just stand in Alexander and Bridgette way of finding true happiness. I really loved the twists and turns that really throws a tailspin on the story that leads to a few rough and rocky roads. I just need more information. I hope the author really does more building in the future stories they could really be outstanding reads. Bottom line I really enjoyed it just needs more romance and the conflict detailed out. I know others will feel as I do and really love what is given. I do look forward to seeing what the author does with the rest of this series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Avila

    Good, but clearly had no editor... I enjoyed this book, as I am a huge fan of mail order bride stories. However, there was one thing that really stuck with me and dampened my enjoyment of the story: Ms. Nichols' constant reference to the titular character's male horse as a mare. Mares are female horses, and this is something that a quick internet search could have fixed. I was very confused for two pages of the book because of this. However, the rest of the story was well written and I hope thing Good, but clearly had no editor... I enjoyed this book, as I am a huge fan of mail order bride stories. However, there was one thing that really stuck with me and dampened my enjoyment of the story: Ms. Nichols' constant reference to the titular character's male horse as a mare. Mares are female horses, and this is something that a quick internet search could have fixed. I was very confused for two pages of the book because of this. However, the rest of the story was well written and I hope things will improve in the next book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ReadingWench

    What a great start to a series. You do not get the whole story in this first book, you get bits and pieces, which is fantastic! This creates some mystery in the book and I assume that will continue until the last book in the series. These are the types of books I love. A series, with some mystery that carries on through all the books, yet each book has its own story. I am looking forward to the next in the series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    BROWN2

    Short and sweet This book has a good story but I didnt feel any connection between Bridget and Alexander. It was to rushed and I would have liked to have seen more romance and time getting acquainted. The mystery between the sisters is a good twist. I did love how she found a father figure in Mr. Turner. Very sweet ending. I will definately give the next book in the series a try.

  7. 4 out of 5

    InD'tale Magazine

    Ms. Nicholas does a fine job of drawing attractive, complex characters and detailing their relationships with each other. Read full review in the 2017 June issue of InD'tale Magazine. Ms. Nicholas does a fine job of drawing attractive, complex characters and detailing their relationships with each other. Read full review in the 2017 June issue of InD'tale Magazine.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    Very enjoyable I really enjoyed reading this book. A group of strong sisters are doing what's right and finding husbands so they can live a better life. I really look forward to reading the rest in the series. Very enjoyable I really enjoyed reading this book. A group of strong sisters are doing what's right and finding husbands so they can live a better life. I really look forward to reading the rest in the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    I enjoyed this book. An interesting twist why sisters would become mail order brides. Fairly strong characters. Nicely written.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Norma Reasor

    Shorter than I prefer, but a good story. Some typos and a bit of trouble with prepositions, but not too distracting. Recommend.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tracy's Place

    I think the bride in this one was bi-polar. No joke. You never knew if she was going to be laughing or in a dark mood. Story was ok but I was more interested in the relationship with the 5 sisters than with Bridget and her fiance.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    This sweet clean novella had a wonderful story but I had a really hard time with the writing. The book needs a really good editor.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie (Between the Coverz)

    A sweet mail-order bride with a little mystery! This was a story of five sisters and a toddler that as a family held a secret that led to their father committing suicide and the sisters having to find a way to survive. The answer to their predicament was by becoming mail-order brides. Bridget was the first to be offered up as a mail-order bride. Bridget set off on her way to Alexander, her intended, not knowing what to expect. Alexander is taking on a mail-order bride to appease his mother. What A sweet mail-order bride with a little mystery! This was a story of five sisters and a toddler that as a family held a secret that led to their father committing suicide and the sisters having to find a way to survive. The answer to their predicament was by becoming mail-order brides. Bridget was the first to be offered up as a mail-order bride. Bridget set off on her way to Alexander, her intended, not knowing what to expect. Alexander is taking on a mail-order bride to appease his mother. What he doesn’t expect is to find that he develops feelings for her and wants to protect her. I thought the book was good however I feel it has even more potential. I will be reading more from this author and expect that I will see more growth in the writing and character development. The couple had chemistry however I would have liked to be able to feel more between them. I would have liked to see a little more romance between the couple. There is a mystery along with the toddler and while you might try to guess who the child’s mother is; you really can’t be sure as this is a guarded secret. I thought this added a good bit of intrigue to the story. I would have liked the story to be a bit longer, I felt that it was a tad too short. A little more romance and background could have added to a very well developed story. Overall, I enjoyed the book and thought it was a good short read. This was the first book I have read by this author however it won’t be the last one I read. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone looking for a historical sweet read about mail-order brides.

  14. 4 out of 5

    April

    Not enough development in storyline.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    Montana Romance.. This story is about Bridgette, her new husband, Alexander, and his opinionated mother. The story line is clean that covered the ups and downs of being a mail order bride, also, throw in a mystery baby, a few twists and the author has created a Well Written book . Overall, a Good Story but it was not long enough, in my opinion, it ended almost as soon as it started. However, I am interested in reading the rest of the series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Hammons

    I liked this short story, I do wish that we had learned a little more back story. There were two places where a wrong name was used and the wrong word was used, but all in all, I liked it. Geoffrey O'Neal became George O'Neal, he wasn't an important character so that was minor, then the word "heard" was used instead of "had". But I thought it was a nice little story. I liked this short story, I do wish that we had learned a little more back story. There were two places where a wrong name was used and the wrong word was used, but all in all, I liked it. Geoffrey O'Neal became George O'Neal, he wasn't an important character so that was minor, then the word "heard" was used instead of "had". But I thought it was a nice little story.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jo-Ann Fitzgerald

    This is a novella and I wouldn't classify it as a full story. Also, the author contacted me and this is a free read. However, there is no influence on this review other than to ask to read it and review it. The Plot was thought out and the characters are believable. The story did have gaps due to it length and I would have loved to know who had the baby out of wedlock and, even though it hinted at the circumstances around it, I would have liked to have been told directly. I feel all of the hinti This is a novella and I wouldn't classify it as a full story. Also, the author contacted me and this is a free read. However, there is no influence on this review other than to ask to read it and review it. The Plot was thought out and the characters are believable. The story did have gaps due to it length and I would have loved to know who had the baby out of wedlock and, even though it hinted at the circumstances around it, I would have liked to have been told directly. I feel all of the hinting took away from the story due to its length. I would read book 2 in the series as I think the author is just getting started and is off to a great start. Keep up the work!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Very Good First time reading from this author. She is very good, I liked the characters in this book. The five sisters have had a difficult life. I am looking forward to reading more about the next sisters

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    The author has potential. Her debut book has an intriguing plot yet it was too short with development missing on important plot points. Good editing is also necessary.   I do admire her choice of cover.   

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carol Mcgrath

    A very fast read This was a very nice short story. It would have been better had it been longer. The characters were not well developed and the story seemed to jump ahead a lot. You went from her running out of th ed kitchen, to being on a picnic, to it being sever several days later, then weeks l after to a wedding. If you want to read a decent short story you will enjoy this novella.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Catherine

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Landis

  23. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joyce

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anita

  26. 4 out of 5

    Donna Johnston

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sharon DeLand

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marjeta

  29. 5 out of 5

    Linda

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karen

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