Mail Order Mix Up

Mail Order Mix Up

Title:Mail Order Mix Up
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:Kindle Edition

When Ellen and her sister, Malinda, are forced out of the only home they’ve ever known by a local banker after the death of their father, they answer an advertisement placed by Harriett Long for mail order brides. Ellen chooses to marry the sheriff of a small town in Colorado while Malinda agrees to marry his brother, a banker. When they arrive, each sister is immediately drawn to one of the brothers….too bad it’s the wrong one!


    Mail Order Mix Up Reviews

  • Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

    I am really enjoying Kirsten Osbourne Brides of Beckham series. This book was cute and funny. I love how the sisters are in lust with the wrong brothers. I loved the hero and the heroine. The heroine'...

  • Leigh

    2.5 starsMail Order Mix Up is book 4 in the Brides of Beckham and unlike the others it was a disappointment to me. It started really good, we have two sister who are extremely close facing eviction fr...

  • Jennette

    another dud. I really don't like the sister and that is the next book. I think I'm giving up on this series....

  • Jen

    This series has been a middle of the road series for me. Not awesome, but also not bad. They're short stories (roughly 150 pages) and since I've been in a mail order bride kick lately and they're on K...

  • Marsha Keeper Bookshelf

    Reviewed at Historically RomanticEllen and her sister, Malinda have made the decision to be mail order brides under the worst of circumstances… the bank kicking them out of their home after their f...

  • William Hawkins

    Happy EndingsAt first it would have been 3 stars, due to grammar errors, and modern phrases in a late 1800s setting. Ex. At this time period would a restaurant have a small orchestra and dance floor? ...

  • Angelena

    This book was good, definitely not my favorite of the series. The thing is the author really made Malinda a unlikable character in this book, and the next book is on her. Not really looking forward to...

  • Kalie

    Two very different sistersI would recommend this book to anyone who has a stubborn sister you consider strangling often but love them anyway. It does drag a little bit because you want to know how the...

  • Nancy

    I loved this story about two sisters who move out west to become mail order brides for two brothers after their father died and the bank repossessed their dairy farm. This is book is more Ellen's stor...

  • ReadingWench

    I liked that there were sisters in this one. The mix up with the grooms and the journey it takes is a good one. Looking forward to reading the other side of this story in the next one. ...