August 9, 2019

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Rebecca Wigg is tall, slender, blonde and blue-eyed, headstrong and independent. She loves living at the Wigg School and Foundling Home where she was raised but finds she and the other teachers the school is closing. She chooses to be a mail-order bride, having faith the Lord will provide her a good husband. One of the things she wants to accomplish is to build a school to help others develop their own sense of self. She answers an ad in the Brides Bulletin. 

Declan McTiernan is the youngest brother to Dermot McTiernan. He has come to Texas from Ireland to help his brother and sister-in-law, Katie, on their ranch just north of Dallas. Declan has always been the spoiled favorite of the family and in and out of trouble. Nothing serious, gambling, fighting, etc. Katie decides he needs a woman to settle him down and give him some responsibility. Together with her cousin Matelyn, she writes and sends an ad to the Brides Bulletin in hopes a woman will find her ad appealing. 

Rebecca’s Renegade is the eighteenth story in the multi-author series ‘The Alphabet Mail-Order Brides’.  For a complete listing of the authors and their titles in this multi-author series please visit our The Alphabet Mail-Order Bride page.

This title also connects to the Brides of Texas Code series which included — Katie and the Irish Texan – Matelyn and the Texas Ranger – Angel and the Texan from County Cork – Faith and the Texas Lawyer – Ada and the Texas Cavalryman – Rebecca’s Renegade

It’s National Book Lover’s Day!  Grab your favorite drink, cuddle up in your most comfortable reading spot and open the pages of a book you’ve loved forever.

Reading has sustained me through some of the darkest moments, and the brightest times of my life.  I cannot imagine not being able to open a book, step into another world and simply enjoy the experience.

 

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