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Being a mail order bride was her only chance – to shake away the shame that weighed on her shoulders. Ruth Gibson is a hardworking woman who wants to be treated as an equal. But every man she meets treats her as an inferior. She can stand it no longer. So, she looks west. Rumors have it that frontier women work alongside men and some of them even own their own land. Tha Being a mail order bride was her only chance – to shake away the shame that weighed on her shoulders. Ruth Gibson is a hardworking woman who wants to be treated as an equal. But every man she meets treats her as an inferior. She can stand it no longer. So, she looks west. Rumors have it that frontier women work alongside men and some of them even own their own land. That is the dream. The quickest way to get to the west is to become a mail order bride. But there’s one problem… She has to lie and hide her shame if she wants any chance of acquiring a husband. Harrison Tibbs is searching for gold. Harrison is praying on luck but he never thought that luck could come in the shape of a woman. He found the woman in Ruth. Now, he has a companion. He has a family and… He wants kids. But things don’t turn out how he expected at all. How will Harrison react when he finds out the shame hidden by Ruth? Will Ruth fulfill her greatest dream – to find freedom and a love that accepts her faults?


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Being a mail order bride was her only chance – to shake away the shame that weighed on her shoulders. Ruth Gibson is a hardworking woman who wants to be treated as an equal. But every man she meets treats her as an inferior. She can stand it no longer. So, she looks west. Rumors have it that frontier women work alongside men and some of them even own their own land. Tha Being a mail order bride was her only chance – to shake away the shame that weighed on her shoulders. Ruth Gibson is a hardworking woman who wants to be treated as an equal. But every man she meets treats her as an inferior. She can stand it no longer. So, she looks west. Rumors have it that frontier women work alongside men and some of them even own their own land. That is the dream. The quickest way to get to the west is to become a mail order bride. But there’s one problem… She has to lie and hide her shame if she wants any chance of acquiring a husband. Harrison Tibbs is searching for gold. Harrison is praying on luck but he never thought that luck could come in the shape of a woman. He found the woman in Ruth. Now, he has a companion. He has a family and… He wants kids. But things don’t turn out how he expected at all. How will Harrison react when he finds out the shame hidden by Ruth? Will Ruth fulfill her greatest dream – to find freedom and a love that accepts her faults?

30 review for Mail Order Bride And Her Barren Shame (A Western Historical Romance Book)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maurice S. Grossman

    Mail Order Bride This is a very heart warming story. It develops all the characters very well. It comes to a very good conclusion.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katinka

    Ruth has had a rough life. In her youth, she lost the ability to have children of her own, then the factory where she was working was destroyed in a fire. After that, she decided to start her life over and accepted a marriage proposal from a man in California. She journeyed with a wagon train to meet him. Unwilling to wait any longer than necessary for her to reach him, Harrison decided to meet the wagons on their way to town. He was quite eager to reach his bride and start his family life with Ruth has had a rough life. In her youth, she lost the ability to have children of her own, then the factory where she was working was destroyed in a fire. After that, she decided to start her life over and accepted a marriage proposal from a man in California. She journeyed with a wagon train to meet him. Unwilling to wait any longer than necessary for her to reach him, Harrison decided to meet the wagons on their way to town. He was quite eager to reach his bride and start his family life with her and their future children. But what Ruth found herself unable to tell him was that she would never be able to give him the children he craved. It was a secret that gnawed at her and one she knew that she needed to tell him about before it was too late, yet with each passing moment, it became more and more difficult to tell him the truth. She had already fallen in love with him and feared losing him the moment he learned that she could never give him a son. There were many other things she could help him with, and many other ways in which she could help to make their life together better and stronger, yet knowing the one thing she could never offer him was what he desired most in the world, would he still want her or would it destroy any chance of lasting happiness between them? I enjoyed reading this story. Ruth was a strong woman in her own right, though her fear of losing Harrison was very real and quite understandable. At this point in history, much of a woman’s perceived worth depended on her ability to give a man a family. When one does not share the impossibility of future children with the man she is about to marry, what is the chance that the man she loves will still consider her worth marrying? The two of these characters went through some rough times in their early relationship and I enjoyed watching them try to work through their problems to find their way together. I did run across a few typos as I read, but they were generally small. And really, what book these days doesn’t seem to have at least a few typos that make it through the editing process? The story was interesting and took place in a new setting with different characters than I have run into in the previous books that I have read from this author. If this is the start of a new series by her, I look forward to seeing more of these books in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Glaidene Ramsey

    Mail Order Bride Romance This book takes the Bride over the Oregon Trail. They have an encounter with Native Americans. During the encounter she meets her future husband. He helps to save the day. There is so much more to this story I hope you take time to read and enjoy it, I sure did!!!!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Grimes

    It was alright I was a little disappointed with the book. I was lead to believe it was part of the “Seeing Ranch series”. It is more of a stand alone book. It had nothing to do with the series. The timing of things in the story were way off it would mention years going by in actually only 1 or 2 years had gone by.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Baysden

    Love Florence Linnington but not the best story I LOVE Florence Linnington books, but this was not her best. She usually has great character development but this story seemed very choppy and rushed. Some of the details seem to change from beginning to end with no explanation. However, this one book will not stop me from reading her books as they come out!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Cardinal

    Well what can I say about Florence Linnington's books. I really do think that she is one of the best author's I have found that writes a good story with drama, humor, some romance, about Life. If you want to get a good meal for your brain, read her book's Well what can I say about Florence Linnington's books. I really do think that she is one of the best author's I have found that writes a good story with drama, humor, some romance, about Life. If you want to get a good meal for your brain, read her book's

  7. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Riley

    I didn’t finish this book It was boring

  8. 5 out of 5

    Judith Ann Garrett

    Brilliant Yes, finally an author who doesn't have N extended epilogue!!! Story line great. Characters to relate to. Cry with, angry at. Well done Florence Linnington. Brava Brilliant Yes, finally an author who doesn't have N extended epilogue!!! Story line great. Characters to relate to. Cry with, angry at. Well done Florence Linnington. Brava

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tara J.

    Awful, meandering story

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vilma Haigh

  11. 5 out of 5

    K Ferguson

  12. 5 out of 5

    Loraine Vanbrackle

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Yarboro

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia A. West

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dave Arthur

  16. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Carpenter

  17. 5 out of 5

    Richard D.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kerran Patricia Brown

  19. 4 out of 5

    betty good

  20. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Woytasczyk

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Compton

  22. 4 out of 5

    Terry Ward

  23. 5 out of 5

    MaryAnn Krause

  24. 4 out of 5

    Audrey Schulze

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Jordan

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Robinson

  27. 5 out of 5

    Martha Johnson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Love8651

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mindy Horton

  30. 4 out of 5

    darlacuffe

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