Isabella Bride of Ohio by Debra Parmley and Robert Arrow

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AMOB_Isabella_Web72Isabella: Bride of Ohio is book 17 in the unprecedented 50-book American Mail-Order Brides series.

Isabella, newly arrived in America from Sweden, first loses her parents and then her job at the factory after it burns down. Nothing in American seems to last but she hopes her mail order bride marriage to the handsome and wealthy Donald Jenks will. But as her grandmother always said, trouble comes in threes and there is danger standing between her and her happy ever after with her true love. Tom, a Pinkerton agent, is on the case of disappearing women is traveling on the same train as Isabella when she is selected as the next victim. Will he save her in time for her to marry Donald? And will she have the happy ever after she has dreamed of?

Purchase here: Amazon link

My Review:

Isabella is part of a series of girls who become mail order brides.
Isabella comes to America from Sweden, when the factory she works for burns down she doesn’t know what she is going to do. She then finds out about being a mail order bride. She starts writing letters to Donald from Ohio and when she goes to visit him things happen so fast and they get married.
Tom is a PI that meets Isabella on the train he ends up becoming her knight in shining armor throughout the book.
At first the book was a little slow but as you start reading and you realize there is a mystery inside the story it becomes better. In the end I feel this was a good read.

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links to connect with Debra Parmley

Debra’s website   Amazon Author page

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