About A Bride for Bear
A Middle Son Seeking His Own Way in the World…
A Younger Sister Seeking to be Loved…
Tired of living in his oldest brother’s shadow, Barrett Harden, Bear to family and friends, accepts his inheritance from his parents and decides to strike out on his own. Unfortunately, he must agree to the terms of his inheritance. He needs to find a business to purchase or start his own in the town of Silver Springs, Colorado. Then, Bear only has three months to find a wife after he purchases the mercantile. If he fails in either venture, he must return to the ranch and work off the money he spent. His younger brother urges Bear to place an advertisement seeking a mail order bride by proxy. Will he find a lasting marriage full of love, or is he destined to return to the ranch continue to live in his brother’s shadow?
With the sudden death of her parents in a freak train accident, Clara Dupree is at a loss of what to do. Her overbearing sister-in-law convinces her weakling of an older brother to marry her off to the highest bidder. Unfortunately for Clara, the highest bidder happens to be the philanderer of Philadelphia. All he wants is her dowry. All she wants is to be loved. When her beloved servants arranged for her to be a mail order bride by proxy, Clara goes along out of necessity, longing to be in control of her future. Will she regret her decision, or will she find love in the process?
Can Bear and Clara find what they’re looking for in a marriage by proxy, or will they fail with no choice but to return to their homes?
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Joi Copeland is an award-winning author. She has written over twenty books and desires to share her love of hope and redemption through each story she pens. Joi and her incredible husband of over twenty-years have three fabulous boys and currently live in Ireland. She is passionate about Jesus, Bible study, and the people of Ireland, and reading. While writing new stories, she typically has some show on in the background, Survivor (American or Australian), the Santa Clause Movies, or Pirates of the Caribbean. Because what says romance like any of these shows?