Author Rose Jenster has always been fascinated by the strength and courage of the women during the 19th century that moved out west to start a new life. Writing books about the hardships and struggles of individuals that end in happiness is something that she enjoys bringing to readers. Each of her novellas shows the growth of the characters emotionally and spiritually as they overcome difficult family histories and find new joy through learning to love. Historical western fiction is her favorite genre and writing family-friendly books of sweet romance gives her much happiness. Enjoy!

Mail Order Bride Verity: A Sweet Western Historical Romance (Montana Mail Order Brides Series Book 5)
Rose Jenster
4.9 Stars (7 Reviews)
Genre: Religion & Spirituality | Romance

Verity was teaching at an elite boarding school for girls for four years and was crushed to learn that another teacher with more education and skills in languages was going to replace her. Although she still could teach at the academy, her classes now would revolve around grammar, spelling and mechanics. She was devastated to find out that she could no longer teach Shakespeare, Chaucer and the inspirational works she loved. The same day that she was demoted, Verity received a letter from her cousin who moved to Montana. This sparked an idea for a new life out west. Verity begins writing to a man who advertised for a mail order bride, but what happens when he finds out that she misrepresented herself? Can Adam forgive her deceptions? Will there be a connection between Adam and Verity after their first stormy meeting? Is there hope for this blacksmith and teacher to find love?

This is a stand-alone novella and can be read independently, but is also book five in the series. Each book is a clean romance without a cliffhanger. The books can be read in any order. Verity is Charlotte’s cousin from Mail Order Husband Frank for those familiar with the series, but this can be read by itself for new readers.

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