Jul 14, 2016

Dear Mr. Weaver by Kit Morgan Review


Dear Mr. Weaver
Mail Order Bride Ink #1

By: Kit Morgan


Release Date: April 28, 2016

Self Published




Daniel Weaver was ready for a wife. His three older brothers had been married for several years and now it was his turn. So, like his brothers Arlan, Benjamin and Calvin, he sends for a mail-order bride, with a little help from their cousin Matthew of course. After all, he helped his brothers write their letters to their prospective brides, so why not him? But when the letter from his bride comes, it’s got more than her acceptance of his proposal written in it. Worse, it gets picked up and read by the town’s worst gossip, Nellie Davis.

Ebba Knudson can’t figure out why folks in her intended’s town of Nowhere would be giving her such odd looks. It was bad enough she had other things to deal with by coming to the Washington territory to marry a farmer, but now this? Was there something wrong with her future husband? Or just with her? Of which she knew there was plenty. Enough to make her think she might not get married at all…

Enjoy this sweet, historical, western romance and the first book in this laugh out loud new series!


Dear Mr. Weaver starts in an unusual way; not with either of the main characters, but in than Pettigrew mail-order bride office; where Mrs. Pettigrew is telling Fantine Le Blanc about her business and how working for her will change her life dramatically. She starts by telling her the story of the Weavers….this is their story.

Ebba Knudsen is alone in the world and in 1876 Denver, there is not many choices for a single women. Which is how she found herself at Pettigrew Mail-order bride agency. And even though Ebba had her doubts, Mrs Pettigrew said that she had the ideal husband for her, a Mr. Weaver, a farmer in the small town of Nowhere in the Washington Territory.

After a letter back from Daniel Weaver, Ebba made her to Nowhere, but little did she know just what was in store for her! Or what one harmless comment Mrs. Pettigrew added to her letter, could cause such a scandal!

I absolutely love Mail-order bride books! So when I saw Dear. Mr Weaver, I just knew I had to get my hands on it. And it if I suppose my expectations, in every aspect of the book. The writing was super line, and the plot inspired.

But I think the most enjoyable part for me was the characters. I absolutely loved Eva's character I love the way that a young women, who was raised by newly emigrated Swedish couple, that sadly died; had the gumption to become a mail order bride! I also enjoyed  Daniel love for Ebba and the fact that he wanted a educated wife, not just a slave, but one that could also be independent. 


I loved every part of this book, especially when Nellie was hauled into court! This is why I'm giving Dear Mr Weaver 5 stars! And can't wait for the next installment from the Pettigrew Mail-order bride agency!




“Do you have a list for me?” he quickly interjected.

“Certainly – why else would I be here?” She reached into her reticule to pull out her list.

Matthew turned and scrambled up a ladder to fetch something from a high shelf. “Just set it on the counter next to Daniel’s. I’ll get to it in a minute.”

“Oh, all right.” She set it down, then glanced at Daniel’s list – and spotted the envelope underneath it. “Has your cousin heard anything from his prospective bride?” she inquired innocently.

“Yes, as a matter of fact he did,” Matthew called down as he rifled through a stack of boxes on the shelf.
“Is that so?” she said as she deftly extracted the letter from beneath the list. She suppressed a rush of excitement by biting her lip. “And has he read it?”

“Yes, ma’am, he has.”

“What did she say?”

“That’s my cousin’s business. You’ll have to ask him.”

“Of course.” She quickly slid the letter out of its envelope.

“Why, Nellie!” Betsy Quinn called from the hall. “How are you?”

Nellie did what any self-respecting gossip would do – she stuffed the letter into her reticule. “Betsy! How nice to see you..."




Kit Morgan, aka Geralyn Beauchamp, has been writing for fun all of her life. When writing as Geralyn Beauchamp, her books are epic, adventurous, romantic fantasy at its best. When writing as Kit Morgan they are whimsical, fun, inspirational sweet and clean stories that depict a strong sense of family and community. Kit likes fun and romance, and there’s plenty of both in her books. Kit resides in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in a little log cabin on Clear Creek, from which her fictional town from her Prairie Brides and Prairie Grooms series are named after.







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