A Christian gentleman rancher desires a God-fearing wife. All interested ladies send descriptions to Levi Miller, Prospect Montana.
Leaving home and comfortable surroundings seemed like the only reasonable choice. But now, on a train halfway to Montana to meet this "Christian Gentleman" from the magazine ad, Mercy struggles valiantly to heed her aunt's advice as the woman in the next seat reveals that she, too, is on her way west -- in response to the very same ad!
Linda Boorman writes an exciting story of love, couage and unfailing faith set in America's raw western frontier
They were Mail Order Brides. The ad in the magazine read "A Christian gentleman rancher desires a God-fearing wife. All interested ladies send descriptions to Levi Miller, Prospect, Montana. Mercy Bishop's response to that advertisement catapults her into a series of adventures and misadventures. From a chance meeting on the train into Prospect with Emmylou Brown, both women discover that they received identical responses. But did Levi Miller really write either the ad or the letters? Montana Bride is a lighthearted Christian romance of the 1890's-it will capture your heart and tickle your imagination.