What if your father tells you just before he dies that you need to marry a man of his choosing?
Lydia finds out at her father’s deathbed that he has arranged for her to marry the son of an old family friend to cancel a debt. At first, Lydia rejects the idea, but then circumstances suddenly make it so she feels she needs to honor her father’s last wishes, and she travels to Texas to meet the man her father has chosen.
Clinton doesn’t have a problem in marrying Lydia. After all, he spends most of his time running his large Texas ranch, and he doesn’t have time to court a woman properly.
Five years after their marriage, they have slowly learned to love each other, but they discover that Lydia will never be able to carry a child. They hear about an orphan train that will be arriving in their small town, and Lydia feels this will be her last chance to have a child join them. Will they be able to have the family that they so desperately want?
If you like sweet western historical romances, then The Promise of a Family is for you!
Other books in the Orphan Train Romance series:
- Book one: An Unexpected Family
- Book two: The Promise of a Family
- Book three: Big Spring Brides: Anna
- Book four: Big Spring Brides: Serena
- Book five: Big Spring Brides: Katrina
- Book six: Western Promises
- Book seven: Western Skies
The Promise of a Familyに寄せられたリスナーの声
Marriage and Family from Another Era
I can't imagine being in an arranged marriage, Lydia found herself in one. the story of Lydia and her husband it's an interesting story. Adding an orphan train and three children who really need a home and you have the promise of the famil. This is a good read. if you like good clean fiction, you will like this book.
- Kindle Customer
Love the story line! If you like historical period reads, you'll really like this storyline.