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By Janette Oke

Responding to an commercial, She Crossed an Ocean to satisfy a complete Stranger and have become a Mail-Order Bride-Kathleen O'Malley stood at the deck of the Barreth Lily and watched the land she'd referred to as domestic for greater than a dozen years slip from her view. She had idea she will be blissful to work out the final of it, yet she was once no longer. feelings in turmoil, her entire being yearned to slide from the send and go back to what she knew. even if Kathleen had no longer been proud of her state of affairs, it used to be all she had ever recognized. because the coastline light into the morning mist, her basically simple task was once that she was once sure for the USA to marry a guy whose identify she didn't even recognize and whose face she had by no means seen.On the opposite facet of the Atlantic, Donnigan Harrison anxiously awaits Kathleen's arrival on a prairie farm faraway from her port of arrival in Boston. He has recognized the beauty of a dream fulfilled a comfortable body cabin, the good log barn and outbuildings, a great herd of cattle, and vegetation within the box that made his eyes sparkle. but Donnigan felt a loneliness at the western frontier that pierced his very soul. With so restricted possibilities for locating a spouse, the suggestion of ordering a spouse that after appeared unthinkable had come to make a few feel. Now that the time has come, Donnigan appears like a small boy awaiting Christmas.But Donnigan's anticipation is overshadowed with terrifying uncertainties What have I performed? And that question is echoed in Kathleen's center as she nears the po

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Kathleen had been a few minutes late in spite of her extra effort to get there on time. The old man who ran the bakery had been terribly upset with her. He scolded and swore and threatened to cut her pay. She knew and he knew that if he did, she’d never hear the end of it from Madam. Madam! Kathleen inwardly hated the title, though she had never allowed herself the pleasure of hating the person. She was, after all, the only mum she had. She was, after all, the woman whom her father had married two years after the death of her own mother.

As she called out to passersby and collected the pennies for the sale, her mind went back again and again to the words in the notice. “Well-secured. Prosperous. ” Would a man from the American frontier be willing to accept a wife with a limp? No, it was unthinkable. But the words still stayed in her mind to haunt her throughout the entire day. She wished—she almost wished—that she were one of the other girls. Like Peg, tall and straight with broad shoulders and a strong back. Or the shorter one named Erma.

He thought again of his herds and couldn’t hide the glow in his eyes or lilt in his voice. By the time Lucas had asked all the right questions and gotten Donnigan’s enthusiastic responses, the men had conversed for some minutes. “There are times I wish I had taken up farming,” said Lucas, and Donnigan thought that he sounded sincere. ” Lucas gave the ledger pages a disgusted flip of his hand. “Well, a farmer—especially if he’s on his own like me—has to keep a few ledgers, too, if he wants to keep things in order,” Donnigan assured him and thought again of his reason for being there.

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