Journey to Turnabout
Molly Burton: Summer
Thanks to a traumatic childhood, Molly Burton has been adopted into the home of her aunt and uncle, as sister to their own three daughters.
As the youngest of the four, a black-haired azure-eyed beauty, she has also been tremendously spoiled.
She is not happy with the girls' necessary move from St. Louis to a small town in East Texas. She feels left out when her sisters seem to be making adjustments, settling in, and finding their way to contentment. She loses patience with the slow and boring pace of her life.
On her own, ignoring experience or advice from those most able to give it had they been consulted, she engages in a correspondence with Quinn Hennessey, currently living in Kansas. Molly consents to marry him if he will move to Turnabout.
Molly enjoys a full week of exciting, romantic courtship. Then, without a second thought, she pledges her vows to Quinn in a small intimate ceremony.
Trouble is, every man is not what he seems. And every mail order bride does not end up with a happy marriage.