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Martha finally thought she’d found the one she was meant to be with for the rest of her life. That was until her fiancé abandoned her in a grimy saloon. That’s when she takes a chance on Gray Jenkins, who is advertising for a mail-order bride. And though Gray is a decade older than her, Martha hopes that Gray can offer her a new chance in life. However, her world will be r Martha finally thought she’d found the one she was meant to be with for the rest of her life. That was until her fiancé abandoned her in a grimy saloon. That’s when she takes a chance on Gray Jenkins, who is advertising for a mail-order bride. And though Gray is a decade older than her, Martha hopes that Gray can offer her a new chance in life. However, her world will be rocked again when she starts to fall for Gray around the same time she’ll start to wonder if she’s pregnant with Jared’s child. Who knows how Gray will react when he discovers all of Martha’s secrets? Will he still be able to love her nonetheless? Montana Westward Brides reading order: #0 The Rancher's Fiery Bride #1 The Reckless Doctor's Bride #2 The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride


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Martha finally thought she’d found the one she was meant to be with for the rest of her life. That was until her fiancé abandoned her in a grimy saloon. That’s when she takes a chance on Gray Jenkins, who is advertising for a mail-order bride. And though Gray is a decade older than her, Martha hopes that Gray can offer her a new chance in life. However, her world will be r Martha finally thought she’d found the one she was meant to be with for the rest of her life. That was until her fiancé abandoned her in a grimy saloon. That’s when she takes a chance on Gray Jenkins, who is advertising for a mail-order bride. And though Gray is a decade older than her, Martha hopes that Gray can offer her a new chance in life. However, her world will be rocked again when she starts to fall for Gray around the same time she’ll start to wonder if she’s pregnant with Jared’s child. Who knows how Gray will react when he discovers all of Martha’s secrets? Will he still be able to love her nonetheless? Montana Westward Brides reading order: #0 The Rancher's Fiery Bride #1 The Reckless Doctor's Bride #2 The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride

30 review for The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride: Historical Western Mail Order Bride Romance (Montana Westward Brides Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This was a quick read but unfortunately I didn’t feel any connection with the characters. If it had been a little longer I might have got to know the characters better, it all seemed a little rushed. Gray’s background was just explained quickly towards the end. As for Martha, I couldn’t understand how she didn’t have any funds of her own, having sold up the family’s ranch. I feel this review seems a bit harsh as other reviewers really enjoyed it, maybe it just wasn’t for me. I received a copy fr This was a quick read but unfortunately I didn’t feel any connection with the characters. If it had been a little longer I might have got to know the characters better, it all seemed a little rushed. Gray’s background was just explained quickly towards the end. As for Martha, I couldn’t understand how she didn’t have any funds of her own, having sold up the family’s ranch. I feel this review seems a bit harsh as other reviewers really enjoyed it, maybe it just wasn’t for me. I received a copy from eBooks Discovery and have voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lorka

    Oh for real, a GR rating of 4.23...??? Not even close. At least for me, this was very elementary writing, the heroine's last name somehow went from Carter to Carver accidentally, the characters did not act or speak what I would consider normal for that time period (at all), the heroine had what I thought was a chip on her shoulder that was unbecoming of her, the hero and his gang of rancher pals were way too in touch with their feelings (not a manly gruffy one among them)... The hero lights up h Oh for real, a GR rating of 4.23...??? Not even close. At least for me, this was very elementary writing, the heroine's last name somehow went from Carter to Carver accidentally, the characters did not act or speak what I would consider normal for that time period (at all), the heroine had what I thought was a chip on her shoulder that was unbecoming of her, the hero and his gang of rancher pals were way too in touch with their feelings (not a manly gruffy one among them)... The hero lights up his pipe inside his boss's home, the boss guy asks him to smoke outside because his wife is pregnant; the hero laughingly refuses. Um, rude... This heroine's hair and eye color were mentioned so many times, it became a joke to me. Here is a clip from when she arrived into town for the first time, and walked into the general store - 'Mr. Frost regarded the young lady, her beautiful auburn hair done back in a simple braid, allowing her bright blue eyes to shine without hinderance.' Seriously, what old man storekeeper has internal thoughts like that. These descriptions were continuous. Then, we couldn't stop being reminded of how the hero was a very old man of 45 yrs. old (and a reformed man-whore). Here is a clip from a scene on the ranch, with one of the ranch dudes observing our hero, '..."I've come to see how the lambing is coming along," Gray explained as he hopped the fence and joined the men in the pasture. Drake was impressed by Gray's agility for an older man.' Um, ok Drake.... Lastly, I'm not too sure how far it is from Wisconsin, from where our heroine was running away from all by herself on horseback, to Montana.... but how does she manage to find her way across the USA like that on her own? Inexperienced, like never been outside of her town before type of knowledge... I wouldn't be able to do that today without GPS or even MapQuest, how would she know how to do that without highways, or major roads to follow etc. Just a corny read all-around. (and that was only up to 22%)

  3. 5 out of 5

    TC

    There were some decent ideas as far as plot went, although the execution wasn't very good. The characters were both unlikable in my opinion and there didn't seem to be much chemistry between them or reason for them to fall in love and several reasons why they shouldn't. The text itself, especially descriptions of the MCs was kind of repetitive in many places. There were a number of spelling and word errors (neither the author or editor know that the word "too" exists instead of "to" or "the Slat There were some decent ideas as far as plot went, although the execution wasn't very good. The characters were both unlikable in my opinion and there didn't seem to be much chemistry between them or reason for them to fall in love and several reasons why they shouldn't. The text itself, especially descriptions of the MCs was kind of repetitive in many places. There were a number of spelling and word errors (neither the author or editor know that the word "too" exists instead of "to" or "the Slaters are still going to want her hear."-the last two words should be "you here") and it's that kind of thing throughout the book. My personal favorite: "“Mary Carver,” Martha replied, becoming accustomed to the new name."... Except before that she'd been Mary Carter, so I guess she wasn't so accustomed to it after all, although for the rest of the book it was "Carver". Clunky sentence structure like "Taking a deep breath, he put on his mask of emotions and went in."... Put on a mask to hide his emotions?, carefully masked his emotions?- The intent was there, the sentence structure changes the meaning entirely. The biggest thing was the no research to make it at all believable. As much as possible without spoilers... putting a "few bills" on the table more than once for a simple meal, her being a waitress in a restaurant that seemed much more modern and another huge mistake when valuing money that I can't say without a spoiler but which would just need a simple google search to make realistic. Picked up on Kindle Unlimited where it is available at the time of review. I am literally the target audience for this book, but sadly I can't recommend it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Allen

    I was going good. Reading along one as it’s continuing from others I’ve read. Then. As usual I get disappointed to the point I can’t read on. Main female character introduces herself many times as Mary Carter. Suddenly in less than a page it changes to Carver and never changed back before I got.... I won’t say angry. But ticked off anyway. It’s not the first time I’ve seen this either. Most writing programs have clues something is wrong with spelling or grammar. But things like this require a pe I was going good. Reading along one as it’s continuing from others I’ve read. Then. As usual I get disappointed to the point I can’t read on. Main female character introduces herself many times as Mary Carter. Suddenly in less than a page it changes to Carver and never changed back before I got.... I won’t say angry. But ticked off anyway. It’s not the first time I’ve seen this either. Most writing programs have clues something is wrong with spelling or grammar. But things like this require a person proofread and point out mistakes

  5. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

    Martha grew up in Wisconsin and ended up in Montana after a few string of events that were not happy ones in her life. She ended up in a town while running from her past where she saw an ad from Gray Jenkins for a mail order bride. He is an older ranch hand that has finally decided to settle down. She ends up travelling to his city without knowing if he got her last letter and she surprises him. Both did not expect to find love but they did. They also have a few battles including trust issues to Martha grew up in Wisconsin and ended up in Montana after a few string of events that were not happy ones in her life. She ended up in a town while running from her past where she saw an ad from Gray Jenkins for a mail order bride. He is an older ranch hand that has finally decided to settle down. She ends up travelling to his city without knowing if he got her last letter and she surprises him. Both did not expect to find love but they did. They also have a few battles including trust issues to be together. It ended up being a sweet book. It was a typical mail order bride book with a few different twists in the plot. Quick and easy read and nothing too terrible that would make you not want to read the book. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review. The opinions in this review are 100% my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Watkins

    Having made the worst mistake of her life, Martha is pregnant, afraid and on the run. En route to finding a new home, Martha reads an advert for a mail order bride and before she knows it, she finds herself in Spruce Valley meeting Gray Jenkins, a man who is somewhat older than her, but a gentleman nevertheless. Unfortunately, Martha's past catches up with her and she is forced to reveal the truth about her situation to Gray and the people who have taken her in. This sweet romance speaks of an e Having made the worst mistake of her life, Martha is pregnant, afraid and on the run. En route to finding a new home, Martha reads an advert for a mail order bride and before she knows it, she finds herself in Spruce Valley meeting Gray Jenkins, a man who is somewhat older than her, but a gentleman nevertheless. Unfortunately, Martha's past catches up with her and she is forced to reveal the truth about her situation to Gray and the people who have taken her in. This sweet romance speaks of an era when law and order were still being established and women on their own faced unspeakable dangers. Despite her history, Martha is a strong woman who is determined not to allow those who meant to harm her win the day. Gray's ability to see beyond the obvious is very much in his favour and I loved his gentlemanly approach towards Martha. This book is obviously a part of a series, but it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a happy conclusion. Although I purchased this novel a while back, I did also receive a copy of this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    You can only hope for a better future. Heart break, despair and danger are feelings that Grey and Martha both know well, can they confide their secrets and find a safe and happy future together? We get to see a new Grey in this book, a softer, more protective side emerges once he meets Martha, he still keeps his dry sense of humour and his 'stern face' for work, but relaxes and embraces the thought of a future. Martha may have been cheated, fooled and sold but she has not been broken, just made ver You can only hope for a better future. Heart break, despair and danger are feelings that Grey and Martha both know well, can they confide their secrets and find a safe and happy future together? We get to see a new Grey in this book, a softer, more protective side emerges once he meets Martha, he still keeps his dry sense of humour and his 'stern face' for work, but relaxes and embraces the thought of a future. Martha may have been cheated, fooled and sold but she has not been broken, just made very wary. However, something about Grey calls to her, makes her feel safe....until her past finds her....can anyone save her or will her worst nightmare become reality? Another great book in this series, gripping, it once again packs a punch and keeps you hooked.

  8. 4 out of 5

    April

    The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride: Historical Western Mail Order Bride Romance Montana Westward Brides, Book 2 By: Amelia Rose This is a mail order bride, western historical fiction. Martha / Mary runs away from the saloon girl job, her former fiancee sold her into. Gray is an older ranch hand. When the two meet up the story unfolds. Lots of twists and turns and enough to keep the listener entertained. Enjoyable without a lot of fluff. The narration was well done. The characters were well port The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride: Historical Western Mail Order Bride Romance Montana Westward Brides, Book 2 By: Amelia Rose This is a mail order bride, western historical fiction. Martha / Mary runs away from the saloon girl job, her former fiancee sold her into. Gray is an older ranch hand. When the two meet up the story unfolds. Lots of twists and turns and enough to keep the listener entertained. Enjoyable without a lot of fluff. The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed by John E. Rose. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lee

    This is a beautiful story of love in new beginnings. Forgiveness and a new start are Martha's themes of her life as she answers a mail-order bride ad. Betrayal and fear are what she knew in the past couple years as the ones she loved left and betrayed her in the worst way possible. She is a strong woman and escapes the awful circumstances, and now she's trying to start over. The ranch in a small town seems like the perfect place and the rancher, the perfect one to help her without them getting t This is a beautiful story of love in new beginnings. Forgiveness and a new start are Martha's themes of her life as she answers a mail-order bride ad. Betrayal and fear are what she knew in the past couple years as the ones she loved left and betrayed her in the worst way possible. She is a strong woman and escapes the awful circumstances, and now she's trying to start over. The ranch in a small town seems like the perfect place and the rancher, the perfect one to help her without them getting too overly attached. It makes for a geniunely intriguing story as she arrives in town, with her past on her heels. She is a feisty redhead and captures the town's attention. I loved the story and highly recommend it! Thanks to ebook discovery who provided the complimentary ebook and the chance to read such a compelling story... I'm happy to review it. I look forward to reading more by this author, Amelia Rose.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Martha left Wisconsin on the run from her ex-fiance, who conveniently dumped her in another town at a saloon. Martha thought she met the love of her life. Now she is on her own with the hope of meeting Gray Jenkins. Gray put an ad in the newspaper for a mail-order-bride, but Gray did not plan on everything that came with Martha once she arrived. An easy read with the promise of a new start. Touches of mystery and suspense along the way. I received this book for free from Ebook Discovery. I volunt Martha left Wisconsin on the run from her ex-fiance, who conveniently dumped her in another town at a saloon. Martha thought she met the love of her life. Now she is on her own with the hope of meeting Gray Jenkins. Gray put an ad in the newspaper for a mail-order-bride, but Gray did not plan on everything that came with Martha once she arrived. An easy read with the promise of a new start. Touches of mystery and suspense along the way. I received this book for free from Ebook Discovery. I volunteered to review it and this is my honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kerri

    This was a great book. I enjoyed getting to know Martha and Gray in the book. Martha had a rough life after her father died. She was a brave woman who took matters into her hands. I loved the strength of her character as she travels. Gray had a past and is wise in the ways of the world. I liked his integrity. This was an enjoyable read with some good characters. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys clean historical fiction. I recieved a copy of this book from ebook discovery. This i This was a great book. I enjoyed getting to know Martha and Gray in the book. Martha had a rough life after her father died. She was a brave woman who took matters into her hands. I loved the strength of her character as she travels. Gray had a past and is wise in the ways of the world. I liked his integrity. This was an enjoyable read with some good characters. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys clean historical fiction. I recieved a copy of this book from ebook discovery. This is my honest and voluntary opinion.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Whittiker

    The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride: Historical Western Mail Order Bride Romance Grey watched every day what his life could be if only he would get the courage to put a add in the paper for a bride, and have the patience to wait for a reply, and hope that it came from the right woman. Quite daunting for a man of any age, much less a man that had lived as much as he had. Who was to guess that fate had This perfect woman for this man who could make his life complete, if the people trailing her The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride: Historical Western Mail Order Bride Romance Grey watched every day what his life could be if only he would get the courage to put a add in the paper for a bride, and have the patience to wait for a reply, and hope that it came from the right woman. Quite daunting for a man of any age, much less a man that had lived as much as he had. Who was to guess that fate had This perfect woman for this man who could make his life complete, if the people trailing her will let her life long enough. Great 👍Read!!!!!ll

  13. 4 out of 5

    Suzette

    A sweet and endearing story. Martha is running away from a bad situation. Gray is at a point in his life when he wants a wife and family. This is a story about a woman’s determination not to remain a victim. With the help of Gray and his friends she is able to banish her fears and find happiness for the future.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Toyenlon

    The book is a short but nice read. Martha having had a bad experience with her ex, fled from the salon where he sold her to another town where she wants to be the mail order bride of Gray. Unfortunately, her past caught up with her and also discovered that she's pregnant... "I received this book from eBook discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sydnee Walsh

    Martha comes with a horrible past. She took control and saved herself only to read a article in the paper for a wife. Grey sees the love that his boss and his wife have and decides to turn in his bad boy belt for a family one instead. Add in past villains and you had an amazing tale.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    This was a quick read. Unfortunately I really couldn’t connect with the characters. I did enjoy the story. I felt there were missing pieces. I received this book from eBook Discovery. I am voluntarily posting this review. This is my honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anita

    Good stoty. Needs edits. I enjoyed the story very much. I liked the characters. A good, satisfying ending. Frustrated .... Many grammatical errors and awkward sentences. I highlighted some of them. She signs her letters Mary Carter, then introduces herself as Carver.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ellen Coyne

    Great story with adventure and romance This book was very good. I didn't want to put it down. This is the second book in this series that I have really enjoyed and hated to put down. Will definitely read more by Amelia. She makes the books exciting and spellbinding.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    This was a quick read that drew you into the story right from the beginning. I enjoyed the storyline -focusing on slightly older characters with “less than perfect” pasts. The touches of suspense, romance, mystery and hope worked very well to make the story complete. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gwen Hight

    The Rancher 'uNexpected Pregnant Bride Historical Western Mail Order Bride A good story about a young woman that has run from a brothel and pregnant finding love with a older man

  21. 4 out of 5

    Viola

    Good book Nice easy book to read. There is adventure, action and love in this book. Along with a surprise or two.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barbara A. Faw

    Enjoyed this mail order bride novella.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mandi Morgan

    Sweet A sweet quick story. Though I am not sure how the ended up falling in love so quickly. But it’s still a entertaining story.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Echols

    A Dilemma The Rancher's Unexpected Pregnant Bride was an interesting romance and a fun read even though the title gave away part of the plot. A fun read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jason Kincheloe

    Running away is never the answer Martha has been betrayed and sold. She finds a way to escape. Her travels take her to a small town where adventure awaits. This author did an outstanding job of bringing the characters to life

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    This is a review for books 1 and 2. These were pretty sweet mail order bride romances. I like the mix of adventure and romance.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fred

    You can run but you can’t hide! This was a very fun read and I enjoyed reading it very much,it was very well written and you used your characters very well to tell your story in a an enjoyable way!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Secrets Two people with secrets. Not to be share among friends or with each other. Gray, has left his homeland because of a woman. But he is a fine ranch hand now. Martha has changed her name, skilled town with a lot of stolen money trying to escape her past. Expertly written, two lonely people connect for forever.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Watters

    Nice Story Was well written very interesting liked the way it had a couple of surprises added. Would recommend to any readers.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Judith Ann Garrett

    Literacy abominable! While I enjoyed the storyline I was appalled by the misuse of aye, which means yes in celtic language. But constantly using it as I, which sounds like aye, and eye, but she used it in her sentences, "aye'm glad he like" in each and every time she said I ... Please Ms Rose, STOP. It totally ruined your otherwise good story. Simple typos are over looked but badly written is ghastly!

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