Greetings from Sarah Sundin! Today I have the joy of interviewing historical novelist Vickie McDonough, who is a bestselling author of more than fifty (!) novels and novellas! Vickie is also a long-time member of CAN, and you’ll enjoy what she has to share.
Welcome, Vickie! Please tell us about your book The Anonymous Bride.
1 Marshal. 3 Brides—no, make that 4.
A marshal confides to friends that he’d marry if he met the right woman. Soon, three mail-order brides arrive, each expecting to marry Luke Davis–but he didn’t order a bride. A friendly contest ensues to determine which gal is the best choice, but besides the three entries Luke expects, there’s a fourth—an anonymous entry.
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The Anonymous Bride,
Book 1 in the Texas Boardinghouse Brides series
by Vickie McDonough
from Barbour Publishing released April 1, 2010
Three mail-order brides arrive in Lookout, Texas, each expecting to marry the local marshal. But—he didn’t order a bride. When a contest ensues to discover which bride will make him the best wife, there is a surprise fourth entry –an anonymous one. Mayhem occurs as the whole town tries to figure out who the anonymous bride is, and the mayor pressures the marshal to pick a bride or lose his job. Will Marshal Davis tuck tail and run for the hills? Or will he lose his heart and his bachelorhood?
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