In this sixth book in the Mail Order Brides series, Dorianne DeFeo is a lovely, loyal daughter to widower Franco DeFeo, who works on the docks in Brooklyn. When Franco catches two fellow workers smuggling diamonds, they stab him and he dies in Dori's arms. Persevering through her grief, Dori finds employment opportunities diminishing, and finally answers an ad from Arizona lawman Stone McKenna for a mail order bride. Traveling west, Dori experiences another shock, and her tired mind shields her from more hurt with a psychologically induced blindness. Will Stone still want his bride now that she's blind? Will the young couple let God penetrate their pain? Can a miracle accomplish what medicine cannot? Together Dori and Stone await the daybreak in the darkness of their lives.
After her father is killed in Brooklyn, an orphaned Dorianne answers an ad for a mail-order bride from Arizona lawman Stone McKenna. As she heads west, she loses her sight because a traumatic experience on the way. Will the young couple let God penetrate their pain?
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