Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Bride Dual By: Samantha Jillian Bayarr

When two brothers send away for a mail order bride for domestic reasons, they find themselves with more trouble than they bargained for, and each will do anything they can to get out of marrying her!
Lizzie Ramsey traveled to Tombstone on her last dollar and a promise. When she arrives to find her dream is nothing more than a domestic nightmare, she sets out to teach the Bodine Brothers a lesson they won’t soon forget.

Samantha Jillian Bayarr

Samantha Jillian Bayarr founded Livingston Hall Publishers in 2002. Named for her great, great grandfather, Edward Livingston Hall, who owned a publishing house in the late 1800's, until his passing; Samantha resurrected this legacy as a way of honoring him for passing onto her his love for the written word.

Working in the production aspect of publishing has provided her with the expertise needed to produce develop and design books from the inside out. When it came time to publish her own work, her experience in the field lent her the ability to produce several genres, specializing in Christian Historical Romance and Amish Romance.

Her first book, Little Wild Flower, an Amish Romance, was borne from her up-close encounters with the Amish community she lived near in Indiana until 1995 when she moved to Florida.

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 My Review

Mail Order Brides: The Bride Dual: Book 3

By Samantha Jillian Bayarr

I jut love this series. Each one to me just grabs me more.  Two brothers scheme to get a bride there  to help with all their domestic things. It kinda backfires on them though. Lizzie means to teach these 2 men a lesson. Neither one wanted to marry. Wonder who will come a head in this little battle? Awesome story. If you haven't read the first 2 your missing out. I tell you in this one i was sure laughing. I couldn't put the book down.  I give this book 5 stars.


  1. This book SOUNDS AWESOME!!! But I also wanted to let you know that the blog link for Samantha's site says "Blog has been removed." :(

    Great Review!

    Hugs, Amada (pronounced:

  2. I have enjoyed everything I have read to date by Ms. Bayarr! I would love to read this one!