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Eighteen year old Sorcha Matthews happy future is shattered when her soul mate, Luke, is tragically killed before she even gets to unite with him in Clover Springs. She flees Boston rather than face a life filled with horrific abuse. Widower Brian Peterson needs a wife to look after his two daughters. He isn't interested in romance but no self respecting woman will live onEighteen year old Sorcha Matthews happy future is shattered when her soul mate, Luke, is tragically killed before she even gets to unite with him in Clover Springs. She flees Boston rather than face a life filled with horrific abuse. Widower Brian Peterson needs a wife to look after his two daughters. He isn't interested in romance but no self respecting woman will live on his homestead without a ring on her finger. Sorcha needs a husband, Brian needs a wife. Is this a match made in heaven? Or is Socha jumping from the frying pan into the fire?...

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ISBN : 29932443
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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sorcha Reviews

  • Diana Nicholas
    2019-01-08 00:57

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I'd have liked more descriptions of Clover springs as a reader who has not read the previous books in the series. Otherwise an engaging read, which I recommend to readers of western romance.

  • Sandie Laughner
    2019-01-13 23:02

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. I have to tell you-- I had it on my wishlist and was going to buy it. I love Ms Wesson's mail order bride books!! I read the first two and was anxiously awaiting this one. I wasn't let down. Sorcha was a captivating book. I couldn't put it down.Sorcha is an orphan and will have to leave the orphanage when she turns 18-- which is soon. She doesn't have any good options since her intended, Luke, died. So she goes to Clover Springs to become a mail order bride for reclusive widowed father, Brian. Sorcha is a romantic and unfortunately her dream wedding and husband is only that--a dream. Sorcha is immediately thrown into caring for Brian's two daughters and the house, which needs a lot of TLC. This isn't an easy life for Sorcha. Will Brian and his 9 yr old daughter learn to love Sorcha?? Will a secret about a sister be a blessing or not?? This book is an absolute joy to read. :)

  • Melissa
    2019-01-10 20:04

    Starts out strong but ends like a train wreck. It was a nice little story line, it was like the author got lots of help at the beginning or someone edited the beginning and then they just got sloppy and all kinds of craziness happens. This was really a mess and really unbelievable and hard to read. I put it down around 80% I just didn't care about the ending. The leading man just gets meaner and the leading lady jumps around from being pathetic to strong. It was just weird. I won't be reading anything else from this author. This was clean with references to religion.

  • Beth
    2018-12-26 03:17

    Clean mail order romance, in need of editing.

  • Scarlet Fanning
    2019-01-07 19:53

    Sorcha Matthews was a love child left at the Boston orphanage by her mother. Now eighteen, she leaves as a mail-order bride to her second groom. Luke, her first groom, was killed by rusters at Davy Sullivan's ranch. Katie now has placed her with widower Brian Peterson. He is a farrier and age 28 with two daughter. His childhood sweetheart was washed away in a flood with their baby son. Brian has become overprotective to his daughters. Not wanting them in town, at school or church. Sorcha is determined to make sure the girls have a catch to make friends their age and have an education. Even if she doesn't tell Brian. Horrors of the past play into this story. Sorcha may be young, but she is strong -- strong enough for his demons.

  • Phylis Collins
    2019-01-02 21:22

    Nice readSorcha Clover Springs Mail Order Brides by Rachel Wesson is a standalone story and it's part of a series. It's a story that tugs at your heart strings. It has a happy ending but the end could have been better, but that is my opinion. Ms Wesson writes a very good story. Well worth reading. I enjoyed reading this delightful story. Thanks

  • Lila
    2019-01-08 21:14

    I did appreciate this read!

  • Sharon Rudolph
    2019-01-10 20:14

    This was a good book. I really enjoyed it. It is always nice to keep up with characters from the past books . I enjoyed the storyline and the characters were very interesting.

  • Mandi Morgan
    2019-01-01 04:20

    SweetStrange ending. Sweet story. Seems to change focus of the story mid way through. Still a interesting read. An ok book.

  • Carol Mcgrath
    2019-01-11 00:05

    A very nice story.Gotcha was turning eighteen and had to leave the orphanage. She had two choices, either work for a man she disliked or head to Colorado to marry a man with a nine and three year old who had recently lost his wife and son. She chose the latter. When she met Brian Peterson they were married quickly, but he didn't want a wife, he wanted someone to watch his girls and clean his home. There are several twists to this story and it is quite interesting. I believe you will enjoy it, especially if you like the mail order bride series.

  • Debbie
    2018-12-28 03:01

    Great readI couldn't put the book down. This story was so heart warming. I would like to read more about them Indians.

  • M. Harrison
    2018-12-17 21:56

    Okay readThis was an okay read. Just okay. The story wasn't really that compelling and felt a bit rushed in places. It's nicely connected with the other stories in the series, I can tell, but this story just did not do it for me. It's short, so I'm not especially annoyed at wasting my time. I just won't be checking out any more books in the series.

  • Nita olson
    2018-12-27 23:15

    Great book Just wish that they were not so expensive. They are good and bring history in to the book. I live within miles of the Chiv. M. So I enjoyed it more.

  • Phyllis C Surface
    2018-12-22 01:22

    Three stars.Decent clean read for a free book which I enjoyed. Story about olden days in Colorado where people had to learn ways of the world to survive, meaning of family and acceptance.

  • Stephanie (Between the Coverz)
    2018-12-29 20:08

    Sorcha leaves the orphanage that she knew as home since a small child. She is so full of dreams and hope for the future. Sorcha goes west to Clover Springs to get married however she didn’t know that marriage to a man with two children was going to test her faith and patience. Sorcha takes everything thrown at her and becomes determined to be a good wife and mother.Brian had his own ghosts to face with the death of his wife and son. While blaming himself for their deaths and fighting his growing feelings for Sorcha, Brian has to learn how to let go of the past and face the future. After reading the first two books, I immediately had to purchase the next one in the series. Sorcha does not disappoint. This book is full of emotions from tears to laughter to smiles. This book will have you believing that there is a happily ever after for everyone. It is so easy to connect with the characters in the book. The more you read in the series the stronger that connection is. You feel that you are living in Clover Springs and reading of your friends and neighbors. The writing is smooth and the story does not feel rushed like some mail order bride stories do. The book captivated me from the beginning and kept my attention all the way to the end. It was a sweet romantic read with a lot of emotions mixed in. I can’t wait to read more by this author as she definitely takes the mail order bride books to the right level.

  • Beverly McCall
    2019-01-16 02:56

    Sorcha: Clover Springs Mail Order Brides by Rachel Wesson is an endearing innocent mail-order bride romance. Ms. Wesson does a realistic job in developing these characters. Her command of backstory is an asset to each character’s persona. Ms. Wesson’s descriptive language further draws the reader into this tale. As it is indicative in this type of romance, the female protagonist is in a predicament when circumstances leave her alone, stranded and unmarried. In this case, we are introduced to an Irish immigrant orphan residing in an orphanage as she nears the age of majority. Being 18 and a romantic and determined to change her destiny, Sorcha answers a mail-order advertisement. Soon, she is off to the west and a blissful and new life, or is she? Brian Peterson a recent widower is haunted by his wife’s death. Realizing that he cannot raise his two young precocious daughters singlehandedly, he turns to Sorcha for assistance. As is the case in these tales, obstacles are thrown in their path. Can they overcome these obstacles? Will the two precocious little girls adjust to Sorcha? Will Sorcha adjust to losing her independence?

  • Cindy Nipper
    2019-01-03 23:22

    Sorcha Clover Springs Mail Order Brides Book 3 by Rachel WessonI received a free copy of this ebook in exchange for a fair review.After reading books 1 and 2 back to back, I couldn’t wait to read book 3! This book did not disappoint! Sorcha, a friend of Mary’s from the orphanage is seeking a new life as soon as she turns 18! Bringing the little boy Ben to be Mary’s adopted son, she arrives in Clover Springs at the end of book 2. Book 3 opens up with a bit of backdrop so we can understand the story a bit more! Rachel wields a clever tale of Sorcha and her new husband. Brian is haunted by the loss of his wife and son. Can he learn to accept the new woman in his life as more than a caregiver to his children? I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did! I am soo looking forward to book 4!

  • Kirsi Johnson
    2018-12-19 23:56

    Clean ReadFor the most part, this is an enjoyable mail order bride story. Unfortunately, I haven't read any of the other books in the series and there were a few references in this story that were lost on me because of that. I must also add there were a few times that the flow of the story seemed a bit disjointed. More than once I flipped back to the previous page to see I'd I had forgotten something. That said though, the core of the story was enjoyable and there is a happy ending (though the epilogue was clearly written so you would need to read the next book--not really my kind of epilogue...I prefer epilogues with bows).

  • Denise
    2018-12-18 23:58

    This book will tug at your heartstrings! The author has written a story that truly brings to light one of the saddest parts of a family history. (Trying not to give spoilers.) Brian has many emotional issues and Sorcha is an absolute sweetheart to not only marry him, but see past his faults to love him. Jenny, Brian's oldest daughter, is a very precocious child who doesn't want a new Ma and sabotages all efforts by Sorcha. The baby girl is a sweetheart.Through many twists, love finally makes its way into both of their hearts. I enjoyed the book and cannot wait until the next one in the series.(I was given a copy of this book by the author for a review.)

  • Will Decker
    2018-12-16 21:54

    This story reminded me of the old 'Little House' television show. The characters aren't very deep, the Indians live right out side of town (for convenience in the story), the homestead is out in the middle of nowhere and you need a horse and/or wagon to reach town, but you can send a nine year old girl into town on her own to go to school. It was probably up hill both ways, truth be told... I know this is possible because my dad told me so. There were some interesting plot twists near the end with regard to Brian, the main character and the native girl and their ultimate relationship. Nice clean editing and an easy read if you're looking for some light reading to pass the time.

  • Amanda Squires
    2019-01-07 01:54

    History in a storyA book that. Serves up history in a good story is my cup of tea. , sand creek was a disgrace for certain! My gggrand father was in the Ninth Neb. Cav. Assigned to the plains wars? Their assignment was to keep the Indians quiet while most soldiers were engaged in the Civil was". As far as I know he was not at Sand Creek. We were early Iowa settlers, so I have interest in this area.

  • Roxanne
    2018-12-25 22:14

    SurprisesWhat a fantastic book continuing the story of Clover Springs. Sorcha and Brian have a unique love story. You have a widower with two children and a young Irish lass how will they become a family. Now let's add a young Indian women who becomes a friend to Sorcha in spite of Brian. We now have the story that will tug at your heart strings. Enjoy.

  • Joan
    2019-01-08 01:21

    Not much happened. She went out to get married, got married, he sleeps in the barn, the children are either sweet obnoxious, there is an awful lot of navel-gazing and not much (in any) 'meat' to the story. It was not 'bad', it just didn't have anything original or thrilling. Dnf'd at 71% when she started crying again!

  • Robin Malek
    2019-01-15 20:01

    DreamingHoping for a true love and praying that it comes true, Sorcha keeps working towards that goal. She has lived her life according to what others have always said, Sorcha finally has the chance for that HEA and she is going to grab it. You Go Girl!

  • Crystal
    2018-12-25 22:16

    Very emotional storyThis story will dig into your heart and bring you to tears. Sorcha and Brian have both been through so much pain in their lives, hopefully together they can heal each other and find love.

  • Betty J Rhodes
    2018-12-30 03:06

    New beginningsThis is a story of difficult circumstances and the changes that true love can bring. Plus the fact that things are so often not what they seem. It was a wonderful love story dealing with loss and hope in the future told in a decent way.

  • Jessica Buntin
    2018-12-19 00:19

    Great ReadIf you like mail order brides this is a delightful read. I just could not put it down , I read till the wee hours in the morning.

  • Dionne
    2018-12-27 02:22

    Great story!I chose this rating because I feel it is worth it. The story was great and I loved reading it. A wondered tale.

  • Phycilla Gable
    2019-01-14 22:19

    Nice Book!Very interesting book. I really enjoyed reading it. It is s fun read but alsoAn interesting plot. It's a good love story but clean so enjoyable to read!

  • Sue
    2019-01-07 03:57

    Good ReadThis story has an interesting plot, good characters and holds the reader's interest. It was smooth reading without proofreading errors.