The Sheriff's Mail Order Bride - Ann B. Harrison

The Sheriff's Mail Order Bride

By Ann B. Harrison

  • Release Date: 2016-01-10
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 502 Ratings


Laid off and down to her last few dollars, Gina Taylor is desperate to provide for her baby boy when she sees an advertisement for a mail order bride in Marietta, Montana. On just a photo of a serious but handsome man and the charm of his kind, deep voice on the phone, Gina packs up her few belongings and leaves the hardships of San Francisco behind.

When widowed deputy sheriff Rory Watson buys a neglected ranch in desperate need of repairs and a homey touch, he realizes how much he misses the companionship marriage offers. His brother found a bride and happiness with an advertisement. Maybe he can too. But Rory gets more than he bargained for when Gina arrives, baby on her hip.

Rory can forgive a lot, but Gina never mentioned a baby. His instinct is to send her home, but his uneasy conscience insists she stay–temporarily. Gradually, Rory discovers that Gina’s smile, love of country life, and can-do attitude wake up something he never knew was dormant, and the chubby baby reminds him of how much he once wanted a family.

Can a down-on-her-luck woman find the home she’s always wanted with a man afraid to love again?


  • Meh

    By Niudkibs
    Poorly written, very repetitive. Character development seemed rushed at times and then unbearably slow at others.
  • The sheriff’s mail order bride

    By MLM-5
    I loved it! Very sweet. The characters were very sweet and the story line was fun and believable.
  • Mail Order Bride

    By Ralphnun1
    I truly loved this book and the ending...epilogue was awesome.
  • Mail Order Bride

    By Grannie Karon
    Very enjoyable read.
  • Abrupt

    By Great super duper book!!!
    Ended really fast, it lacked a conclusion.
  • The Mail order Bride

    By sbsbrinson
    Such a sweet love story!
  • The sheriff's mail order bride

    By Trena10
    Great story- scared times for the young lady. You won't want to put it down to find out what happens next
  • Beyond the Surface, Hearts of Gold!

    By Renae_D
    Rory and Gina are both fighting demon's of the past and choice's they made. Gina risks all to drive to Montana to marry Rory, but she is keeping a big secret as Rory doesn't know about her son. The sparks do fly, but I enjoyed how Rory and Gina had to both look past their perceptions of each other and learned to care deeply for each other I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
  • Mail-Order Bride Romance

    By BookSnuggle
    The Sheriff's Mail-Order Bride by Ann B. Harrison is book number two in the Watson Brothers' series. This is Gina Taylor and widowed deputy sheriff Rory Watson Rory, widowed, wants a companion and does not want to get into the dating scene. He places an ad for a mail-order bride. Gina, single mom, lost her job and was down to the last of her money when she accepted to be a mail-order bride for deputy sheriff Rory Watson. Rory was expecting Gina but not the baby. Will Rory send her away or will he get more than he ever expected. This was an enjoyable read. A great mail-order bride romance with misconceptions, secrets, and learning to trust again. FYI, contains mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
  • Love through Advertising

    By Eileen A-W
    I really liked The Sheriff’s Mail Order Bride by Ann B. Harrison. This is the second book in her Watson Brothers series. This is a story of two strangers being given a second chance for a life with a partner and companionship in order to avoid the loneliness and demands of life. I enjoyed how Ms. Harrison found a place for Gina Taylor to find the love and support she never had and a family who would not only love her, but also her son. I’m glad Rory Watson was given a second chance to find love and a way to have the family he really wanted. I do wish Ms. Harrison would have at least explained how his first wife died. This was a fun and entertaining story with likeable and real characters you want to cheer on, hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written with complex characteristics and real life problems. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down. I definitely recommend this book to other readers. I am so looking forward to the next entry in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.