website statistics Boulder Brides Box Set - PDF Books Online
Hot Best Seller

Boulder Brides Box Set

Availability: Ready to download

Take a journey back in time to the Old West and immerse yourself in the stories of eighteen different women falling in love with cowboys, ranchers, Native Americans, missionaries, and schoolteachers. 18 heartwarming mail-order bride stories that are full of fun, romance, adventure, and thought-provoking inspiration, AND stay true to the time period of the 1860’s and 70’s. Take a journey back in time to the Old West and immerse yourself in the stories of eighteen different women falling in love with cowboys, ranchers, Native Americans, missionaries, and schoolteachers. 18 heartwarming mail-order bride stories that are full of fun, romance, adventure, and thought-provoking inspiration, AND stay true to the time period of the 1860’s and 70’s. Featured Series: Boulder Brides The Teacher’s Bride, Book 1 A strong-willed young bride attempts to make her way into a reluctant teacher’s heart. When she sees he’s not interested, she questions whether she should stay in Boulder, or make her way further west on the next wagon train out. Will he have a change of heart once he finds out she’s leaving? The Independent Bride, Book 2 Hannah's got a fierce independent streak, but that doesn't mean she's immune to love. She thinks Jeremy, a wealthy rancher, is everything she wants in a man... until she meets the brother of her best friend; a young and carefree missionary carpenter who has decided to settle in Boulder. Who will be charming enough to win Hannah’s heart? The wealthy rancher or the down to earth missionary carpenter? The Perfect Bride, Book 3 Though Lucy is a New York girl, she’s far from prim and proper. When she agrees to marry the son of a wealthy cattle rancher out west, her parents convince her she needs to become a more refined lady to win his heart. Zack’s friends tell him that ladies from New York prefer to marry proper men and if he wants to win her heart he needs to become a gentleman. How long can the two of them keep these charades up? And will they still feel the same about each other once their true passions are revealed? The Indian’s Bride, Book 4 Elsa’s fed up with a medical career that’s going nowhere, and no marriage prospects on the horizon. When the Women’s Society gets a letter from a missionary correspondence out west looking for a bride for an indigenous man, she surprisingly jumps at the opportunity. Elsa’s become inspired by a sense of missionary duty – and the chance to marry a Native man. BUT…challenges arise daily as Elsa tries desperately to understand her prospective Ute mate. She wants to get to know the community and it’s needs, but he has other ideas in mind. Will a bad mining accident help them realize they have more in common than they thought? The Civil War Bride, Book 5 Bethany journeyed out West to get away from the war-torn South. Now she faces more danger than she ever thought possible… When Bethany steps off the stagecoach in Boulder, instead of getting married right away, she decides to help out at an orphanage. Good thing she made other arrangements…now she’s got two handsome cowboy suitors visiting her at the shelter. Jason and Max. Not only is Bethany’s heart filled with compassion for the Ute babies in her care, she’s also falling head over hills in love with one of the cowboys. Will Bethany find the courage she needs to face the danger that lies ahead? And will she have a change of heart about fighting when it comes to protecting the ones she loves? Also included in this Mail Order Bride Compilation are the following short stories by Natalie Dean and Grace Weston: &lt


Compare

Take a journey back in time to the Old West and immerse yourself in the stories of eighteen different women falling in love with cowboys, ranchers, Native Americans, missionaries, and schoolteachers. 18 heartwarming mail-order bride stories that are full of fun, romance, adventure, and thought-provoking inspiration, AND stay true to the time period of the 1860’s and 70’s. Take a journey back in time to the Old West and immerse yourself in the stories of eighteen different women falling in love with cowboys, ranchers, Native Americans, missionaries, and schoolteachers. 18 heartwarming mail-order bride stories that are full of fun, romance, adventure, and thought-provoking inspiration, AND stay true to the time period of the 1860’s and 70’s. Featured Series: Boulder Brides The Teacher’s Bride, Book 1 A strong-willed young bride attempts to make her way into a reluctant teacher’s heart. When she sees he’s not interested, she questions whether she should stay in Boulder, or make her way further west on the next wagon train out. Will he have a change of heart once he finds out she’s leaving? The Independent Bride, Book 2 Hannah's got a fierce independent streak, but that doesn't mean she's immune to love. She thinks Jeremy, a wealthy rancher, is everything she wants in a man... until she meets the brother of her best friend; a young and carefree missionary carpenter who has decided to settle in Boulder. Who will be charming enough to win Hannah’s heart? The wealthy rancher or the down to earth missionary carpenter? The Perfect Bride, Book 3 Though Lucy is a New York girl, she’s far from prim and proper. When she agrees to marry the son of a wealthy cattle rancher out west, her parents convince her she needs to become a more refined lady to win his heart. Zack’s friends tell him that ladies from New York prefer to marry proper men and if he wants to win her heart he needs to become a gentleman. How long can the two of them keep these charades up? And will they still feel the same about each other once their true passions are revealed? The Indian’s Bride, Book 4 Elsa’s fed up with a medical career that’s going nowhere, and no marriage prospects on the horizon. When the Women’s Society gets a letter from a missionary correspondence out west looking for a bride for an indigenous man, she surprisingly jumps at the opportunity. Elsa’s become inspired by a sense of missionary duty – and the chance to marry a Native man. BUT…challenges arise daily as Elsa tries desperately to understand her prospective Ute mate. She wants to get to know the community and it’s needs, but he has other ideas in mind. Will a bad mining accident help them realize they have more in common than they thought? The Civil War Bride, Book 5 Bethany journeyed out West to get away from the war-torn South. Now she faces more danger than she ever thought possible… When Bethany steps off the stagecoach in Boulder, instead of getting married right away, she decides to help out at an orphanage. Good thing she made other arrangements…now she’s got two handsome cowboy suitors visiting her at the shelter. Jason and Max. Not only is Bethany’s heart filled with compassion for the Ute babies in her care, she’s also falling head over hills in love with one of the cowboys. Will Bethany find the courage she needs to face the danger that lies ahead? And will she have a change of heart about fighting when it comes to protecting the ones she loves? Also included in this Mail Order Bride Compilation are the following short stories by Natalie Dean and Grace Weston: &lt

30 review for Boulder Brides Box Set

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Thomas

    There were a series of five stories about mail order brides going to the new Colorado territory. I like stories where there are continuations in the lives of the poeple. The first story, Greta and Joseph, were teachers trying to teach and help in the new settlement, mining town and some interaction with Native americans, a tribe Ute. Joseph believes that Greta is too young, her 20 to his 32, but in the end he realizes that she is capable to teach and of course remain in the settlement. Greta arr There were a series of five stories about mail order brides going to the new Colorado territory. I like stories where there are continuations in the lives of the poeple. The first story, Greta and Joseph, were teachers trying to teach and help in the new settlement, mining town and some interaction with Native americans, a tribe Ute. Joseph believes that Greta is too young, her 20 to his 32, but in the end he realizes that she is capable to teach and of course remain in the settlement. Greta arrives with several women who are mail order brides and were content to be miner's wives. Story Two One woman who befriends her is Hannah, she decides that she doesn't want get married, she was anaristrocrate from the south and a widow, so she had different expectations. She worked in a dance hall and saved money she wanted to start a dress business, which she eventually did. During this time there were contentions between the miners and outside groups who were against the native families settling in the town. Even one man was killed because his son wanted to marry a white girl, the girls father killed him. Greta's brother Lester arrived to town to check on his sister, because she had written to him that she wasn't going to get married after all. When he arrived he decided to stay. He was a missionary and also a carpenter. So he had an idea, Lester and Greta built a boarding house for single women who decided to wait to become brides and also for the orphan children. In the meantime there is a cattle rancher, Jeremy who offers Hannah every thing she wants again, status and wealth... but in the end she decides not get married. She and Lester declare their love for one another, however I was disappointed that they did not marry. The third story is halirious, it is about Zach and Lucy. Zach's parents want him to marry so he sends off for a mail order bride to his aunt in New York supposedly for a refined lady. Lucy is anything but, so she pretends by reading up on culture and whatever. But is a free spirit and hangs out with acrobats in the circus. Zach is part of a group called the dirtbags they do mountain climbing, fishing...just guy stuff really. They also saved Lisbeth and Ezra in book two from being killed for marrying. Zach takes lessons from Joseph and Hannah on how to treat a lady for when she arrives. Howver, soon after she has to be free and goes climbing with Lisbeth. So Zach sees her and they both decide to tell the truth. By this time their wedding has been set and got married. So what was funny was Lester new the truth anyway and made them have an elaborate wedding however they got back at him kind of cruel actually by making him run a lot of errands but when he found out he took all in stride. The fourth story is about Tommy Deer Hunter and Elsa, he is a medicine man and an Ute who left the reservation and Elsa is a doctor who of course cannot practice but works as a nurse. Anyway Joseph sends a letter for Tommy to a Christian Missionary organization, Elsa write to Tommy and after one letter sends for her. She accepts mainly because she is older (30's) plain and tall according to her description. Although when they meet in Boulder, she is taken because he a younger than he. Tommy makes comment about her age about child bearing, but I am sure that she could bear children. They have some challenges but over come, because they need to have both a christian marriage and a Ute ceremony. This is were Lester comes in because in his travels as missionary he was considered a shaman too and was able to do the ceremony. Elsa agreed...so they arranged for the marriage to take place in the mountains on sacred ground. Prior to this Tommy had bought Elsa a horse where she learned to ride, he worked for Zach so she moved from Joseph and Greta's house to live with Zach and Lucy until the wedding. Tommy had already built them a small cabin. There was a mining accident in town so everyone wanted to help, although Tommy knew he was not going to be accepted. The story ends with them getting married. One thing I was sad about was Greta and Joseph they did not have children yet, she seem to have diffuctly, so Tommy was giving her herbs and tea to help. I wished that had been resolved. The shelter for women and children was increasing as new comers were coming to Boulder. The women were teaching them skills as well. Greta, Lisbeth, Hannah, Lucy and then Elsa were called the league of wild women -who stood by their men. Even though Joseph wasn't considered a rugged man, his heart was in changing the young people he taught, who wer miners children and those in the settlement and native americans. The last story involed Bethany who came from North Carolina to be a bride, but decided to wait. She began working at the shelter with the little babies and children who mixed and Ute. Anyway there were two men, Jason and Max who called upon her. In the meantime there was an uprising again with an outlaw gang who were killing and rounding children to take them back to the reservation. Bethany did not want to get involved until, they burned Tommy's house, and some other ranches. But Elsa was safe, one of Bethany's friend from the mining camp when to tell her the gang was on their way to the settlement to take the children of course Max leading them. The men were able to stave off the attack, in the meantime Bethany got hurt because she was riding her horse to tell them. Anyway after all said and done, she was sorry for not listening, and people getting hurt. In the end she and Jason were engaged. The miners were moving on after they had made their money. That was the end. Again, although Hannah and Lester stayed together in their fight for justice, disppointed they didn't marry.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pug39

    These are the Greatest Books!!!! When started reading was a bit shy to start a new author . Natalie writes her stories and draws you in, keeps you involved to see what is going to happen next.!! I have read almost all of her books!! Really like reading with out 4 to 6 pages of graphics of love scenes. Stories are so nice they me feel like when is was being raised and the life I had with all my adventures with my grandmother and family. Yep was tasked in a small southern town, but had the opportu These are the Greatest Books!!!! When started reading was a bit shy to start a new author . Natalie writes her stories and draws you in, keeps you involved to see what is going to happen next.!! I have read almost all of her books!! Really like reading with out 4 to 6 pages of graphics of love scenes. Stories are so nice they me feel like when is was being raised and the life I had with all my adventures with my grandmother and family. Yep was tasked in a small southern town, but had the opportunity to travel and see a lot of things mentioned in Natalie's books. Miss those days. Keep it up Natalie, look forward to more of your books. PS. Loved the end of the nook where the guy had to ware the ring as the gal proposed!!! Don't want to give away the book as do not want to spoil for someone else:-)

  3. 4 out of 5

    bex

    2 star The books are overly simplistic and primarily lacking in character arc. The majority of the female MCs are what writers call "Mary Sue" characters. They're unrealistically perfect and the only challenge they face is convincing their men of it! They're boring reads. Also, although I stopped long before Kindle said I'd hit 50 percent, I'd long since completed the advertised books. The majority of the volume is "bonus material"--more examples of poor story and character development from the a 2 star The books are overly simplistic and primarily lacking in character arc. The majority of the female MCs are what writers call "Mary Sue" characters. They're unrealistically perfect and the only challenge they face is convincing their men of it! They're boring reads. Also, although I stopped long before Kindle said I'd hit 50 percent, I'd long since completed the advertised books. The majority of the volume is "bonus material"--more examples of poor story and character development from the author. So I don't recommend any of it, even if free. I felt like I had to keep giving the author a chance to improve before writing a negative review but I ran out of willingness to waste my time and torture myself.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lynda Knapp

    Not as expected The Boulder Brides series was great. The additional mail order brides books included were also very good. However there were 2 romantic suspense books included at the end of this book - those should not have been included with all of the mail order brides stories in this box set. It was bad enough that write up said a few additional and there were more than a few.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Cooke

    Some good, most great This boxed set has a lot of variety in it. I really enjoyed reading most of the stories. Some I had read before. The extra FBI novels at the end were a nice surprise. I'm a sucker for happy endings, but not so much misspellings and grammatical errors. They're the reason this set gets 3 stars instead of 4.5. I got this set in a free giveaway and am offering my review. Some good, most great This boxed set has a lot of variety in it. I really enjoyed reading most of the stories. Some I had read before. The extra FBI novels at the end were a nice surprise. I'm a sucker for happy endings, but not so much misspellings and grammatical errors. They're the reason this set gets 3 stars instead of 4.5. I got this set in a free giveaway and am offering my review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mary Lou Hartman

    A Good Book I enjoyed all the series, it is nice having have all the books to read together and no having to wait for them. I really like the fact that all the books are clean and you don’t have to skip pages because of the language. I recommend them to anyone looking for a good entertaining read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rena

    This was my first introduction to this author. I enjoy stories about the old west especially when set in the area I live. These were nice clean fun books. I’m looking forward to reading more books from Eveline Hart.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carol St John

    Boulder Brides Enjoyed these stories very much. Each story was a little different than the others so it made you want to continue. I liked the bonus stories as well. If you want some feel good reading, then this is the set for you.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Delbora

    Enjoyed this Compilation of Stories Each story is well written and interesting. I love both authors and found I had previously read many of the stories. These women appear in the stories are realistically portrayed and they are so well written you can imagine each scene read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pam Couch

    A good variety of stories While the various groups within the box set follow a central theme they all differ enough to keep the reader's attention. You will enjoy the different writing style of each author in the set. A good variety of stories While the various groups within the box set follow a central theme they all differ enough to keep the reader's attention. You will enjoy the different writing style of each author in the set.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Donnell G Smith

    Great set. Exciting and full of suspense. These books are fun easy reading short stories. The characters were well developed and I felt I knew them. Just enough uncertainty to keep interested but not enough to ruin the suspense.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Five story box set This is a box set of five stories written by Natalie Dean. She has filled each tale with lots of adventure and excitement. Each story has a hero and a heroine that have trial and they find their happily ever afters. You will really enjoy reading these stories.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Alband

    Loved how true to fact this book was Kept me wondering what they were going to get into next them wondering how they were going to get out of the next mess they were in .I'm looking forward to respond more by Natalie Dream Loved how true to fact this book was Kept me wondering what they were going to get into next them wondering how they were going to get out of the next mess they were in .I'm looking forward to respond more by Natalie Dream

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary Stockwell

    Entertaining This is an entertaining book bundle. I enjoyed reading all of them. There is a nice surprise at the end. A few short modern romance action adventures.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jane McLeod

    Good Collection of Books This is a collection of books beyond the Boulder Brides. There are several mail order bride series within this collection. A good read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Vola Bridges

    Very interesting The story held my interest all the to the end. I especially was happy to see the couples finding each other

  17. 5 out of 5

    Miriam Tanner

    Excellent books, loved all the stories.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Marsha M Smith

    Wonderful Even.though it was a short story, it was a very good one and the concept came through. I recommend you read it as soon as you can.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Daruda

    Well written and very entertaining. Lots of different story plots.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joann

    Fantastic This is one fine collection of mail order bride stories! Not one of them let me down and was beyond my expectations. Great characters with excellent stories.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rosalee Dickens

  22. 4 out of 5

    Peter Morris

  23. 5 out of 5

    Susan Moseley

  24. 5 out of 5

    sonni

  25. 4 out of 5

    louise frazier

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Connick,

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kay Hayes

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kim Jenkins

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gloria Radke

  30. 5 out of 5

    Georgiann Shultz

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...