5 thoughts on “To Love a Stranger (Wyoming #4)

  1. To Love a Stranger by Colleen Coble was such a lovely, little book! Though I hadn’t read by the author in a long time, as soon as I saw the gorgeous cover, I knew I had to request it to read&review! And I’m quite happy I did! ^_^

    To Love a Stranger is a mail-ordered bride story; and originally came out in 2000 as the fourth book of Colleen Coble’s WYOMING series. Now it’s been republished in 2016 with it’s absolutely stunning new cover! Jasper Mendenhall and Bessie Randall’s unlikely romance

  2. To Love a Stranger is a newly published edition of a previous work of Colleen Coble. Having read some of this author’s earlier stories, I grabbed this book when I had the chance. It did not disappoint. Since it is an earlier work, the story line is not as deep as current novels by this author, however, I still find that her writing flows for me as I read it. Before I know it, I’ve devoured the story! That was the case with To Love a Stranger.

    It is a sweet story of two people who find themselves

  3. My Thoughts: To Love a Stranger is a novel with an interesting problem. I was hooked from the very first page. Unfortunately, I was less impressed the further I read. Overall, it’s a fun story and a quick read. The plot continues to change and evolve, keeping me entertained. However, I felt like the characters didn’t evolve very far. Even though the plot changed, Bessie and Jasper’s mentality remained the same. I found them asking the same questions again and again and again. Another conflict I

  4. To Love a Stranger is the 4th book in the ‘Wyoming’ series by Colleen Coble. It is easily read as a stand alone novel.

    This story is about Bessie Randall. Unknown to her, her younger sister Lenore has been corresponding with an army man, felt smitten with him, and when he asked her to marry him by proxy (mail) she agreed. Unfortunately, all that was done with Lenore using her sister’s name. Bessie only finds out by accident about the romance and that as all the legal documents were in her name th

  5. I truly enjoyed reading this book. I’ve read a couple of Colleen Coble’s books and, while I am not generally a fan of inspirational fiction, I find that I enjoy her stories. She’s a great storyteller and I feel she inserts faith into the novel at appropriate times. Her book reminded me of a Hallmark movie (I love those movies).

    She weaves the plot to define her characters in a way that I like. I’m not sure how she accomplishes it, but the plot and the characters grow seemingly at the same time. I

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