When Doris Miller gets completely fed up with her younger siblings and knows she needs a break, she does the only thing she knows to do. She goes to her sister Elizabeth to ask to be matched as a mail order bride. Doris needs to forget all about her past as a member of the demon horde and go where no one else remembers it either.
This book was previously published in the anthology "Pistols and Poplin."
Harvey Butler knows that his children are terrors. He knows he's not doing the right thing by them since their mother died, but he has no idea what to do with them. Instead, he spends all his time working. When the local busybody writes a letter on his behalf looking for a mail order bride, he isn't certain his troubles will be solved, but he's willing to give it a go. Will Doris Miller be the person to tame the Butler brats? Or will her past make her incapable of becoming a good wife and mother?