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Fae has always believed in true love and happy-ever-afters, even if she'd never thought it was something she would have for herself. As an orphan raised in the Wigg School and Foundling Home, she knows her options are limited, but she's content to spend her life in service to Madam Wigg as a teacher at the school. That is, until her guardian informs her it's time for Fae t Fae has always believed in true love and happy-ever-afters, even if she'd never thought it was something she would have for herself. As an orphan raised in the Wigg School and Foundling Home, she knows her options are limited, but she's content to spend her life in service to Madam Wigg as a teacher at the school. That is, until her guardian informs her it's time for Fae to go out west and share the school's principles of equal education for all children. In order to make the trip, Fae answers an ad for a mail order bride from a mercantile owner in the uncivilized Dakota Territories. Caleb Bailey doesn't want a wife, but thanks to the terms in his recently deceased father's will, he has no choice but to marry the unsuspecting woman on her way out west. He only needs to remain married to her for six months and then she can be on her way. She never even needs to know it wasn't him she was corresponding with. He will pay her dearly to make up for her time, so why does he still feel so guilty for the deception? As he gets to know his new wife, Caleb realizes maybe his meddling father knew what he was doing when he arranged for Fae to come out to the small town of Promise. Could he possibly find the happiness he'd never thought he was deserving of with the fiesty woman he married? Or will the truth destroy the one chance he might have to prove he's worthy of being loved?


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Fae has always believed in true love and happy-ever-afters, even if she'd never thought it was something she would have for herself. As an orphan raised in the Wigg School and Foundling Home, she knows her options are limited, but she's content to spend her life in service to Madam Wigg as a teacher at the school. That is, until her guardian informs her it's time for Fae t Fae has always believed in true love and happy-ever-afters, even if she'd never thought it was something she would have for herself. As an orphan raised in the Wigg School and Foundling Home, she knows her options are limited, but she's content to spend her life in service to Madam Wigg as a teacher at the school. That is, until her guardian informs her it's time for Fae to go out west and share the school's principles of equal education for all children. In order to make the trip, Fae answers an ad for a mail order bride from a mercantile owner in the uncivilized Dakota Territories. Caleb Bailey doesn't want a wife, but thanks to the terms in his recently deceased father's will, he has no choice but to marry the unsuspecting woman on her way out west. He only needs to remain married to her for six months and then she can be on her way. She never even needs to know it wasn't him she was corresponding with. He will pay her dearly to make up for her time, so why does he still feel so guilty for the deception? As he gets to know his new wife, Caleb realizes maybe his meddling father knew what he was doing when he arranged for Fae to come out to the small town of Promise. Could he possibly find the happiness he'd never thought he was deserving of with the fiesty woman he married? Or will the truth destroy the one chance he might have to prove he's worthy of being loved?

30 review for Fae's Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Deanne Patterson

    It's time for Fae to move out. Fae has only known the school's matron and other students her whole life as family since she grew up in a foundling home after being abandoned there as a baby. When matron, Madame Wigg tells Fae it's time to go west and start a school with the same principle as the Wigg School and Foundling Home, this principle is equal education for all children. Caleb Bailey is the black sheep of the family, a little rough around the edges,given to drinking and gambling, or at le It's time for Fae to move out. Fae has only known the school's matron and other students her whole life as family since she grew up in a foundling home after being abandoned there as a baby. When matron, Madame Wigg tells Fae it's time to go west and start a school with the same principle as the Wigg School and Foundling Home, this principle is equal education for all children. Caleb Bailey is the black sheep of the family, a little rough around the edges,given to drinking and gambling, or at least he used to be. After his father's death he is trying to get his act together like his father states in his will. He must agree to a condition he is not at all pleased with to get his inheritance. He needs a bride and she agrees to be a mail-order-bride to make the trip to the uncivilized Dakota Territories to start the school. When she finds out why Caleb needs a bride will her trust in him vanish or can they both find trust in each other and lasting happiness? I want to visit Promise again and meet more of the characters in this small town. Very enjoyable read! Published January 6th 2019 I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author. Thank you. All opinions expressed are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Sorola

    A new and exciting Multi Author Series Fae Wiggs was left with the Wigg School and Foundling Home as an infant. Never to know who or what her parents were. Caleb Bailey wants a wife, or does he? A little bit of suspense surrounding the ad to find a wife for Caleb leads to a lot of suspense and surprises as we see Fae leave the Foundling Home in New York City to follow her dream of a happy marriage with a man will love and protect her. A condition of her traveling to Promise in the Dakota Territory A new and exciting Multi Author Series Fae Wiggs was left with the Wigg School and Foundling Home as an infant. Never to know who or what her parents were. Caleb Bailey wants a wife, or does he? A little bit of suspense surrounding the ad to find a wife for Caleb leads to a lot of suspense and surprises as we see Fae leave the Foundling Home in New York City to follow her dream of a happy marriage with a man will love and protect her. A condition of her traveling to Promise in the Dakota Territory is that she must set up a school where every child no matter their circumstances has a chance to gain an education. This will strike some unhappy chords with a certain family inPromise but will be the start of Caleb and Fae's life together and their happiness. Not without a few bumps along the way! You are going to love this installment in a fun and exciting new series. I received an ARC of this book and am choosing to leave an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Keeper Bookshelf

    Reviewed at Historically Romantic FAE’S FANTASY, the 6th story in the multi-author series, The Alphabet Mail Order Brides, introduced me to a new-to-me author – which I love – and told such a heartfelt story that now I cannot wait for Ms. Dawson’s newest series (which will feature secondary characters we want to know more about) to release. This is one of many reasons why I love multi-authored series, I get to try out an author’s works within one setting to see if I want to experience more… and I Reviewed at Historically Romantic FAE’S FANTASY, the 6th story in the multi-author series, The Alphabet Mail Order Brides, introduced me to a new-to-me author – which I love – and told such a heartfelt story that now I cannot wait for Ms. Dawson’s newest series (which will feature secondary characters we want to know more about) to release. This is one of many reasons why I love multi-authored series, I get to try out an author’s works within one setting to see if I want to experience more… and I usually do. There were so many times that I just wanted to grab Caleb by the shoulders, give him a good shake, a stern talking to or a smack upside the back of his head… or all three at once. I understood his reaction to his father’s will to a certain point, but he had no right to treat Fae as he did in the beginning. She had no clue that he didn’t want a wife, that he intended to basically use her to get his inheritance and then leave her far behind or his troubled past with his father. No clue at all and that was so unfair that for a while made me not like this man child very much at all. Of course, he comes around in the end yet he caused such heartache before that happened. Fae was the dreamer of her group of friends, the one who saw the best of every situation and everyone she meets. She believes in knights in shining armor, and that love is possible eventually for strangers who started out on a marriage that was a journey of discovery for them both. I adored Fae and was so angry at Caleb’s treatment of this trusting woman. Watching this couple move from a very rocky beginning through some trials and setback to eventually come to a deep love for each other was an amazing journey that I would not have missed for anything. I fell in love with these characters, and now I’m excited to meet more people in the growing small town of Promis, Dakota Territory in a new series. If you love Western Historical Romance then you’d enjoy FAE’S FANTASY or any of the stories in The Alphabet Mail Order Brides series. I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Margie

    Fae has been raised by Madame Wigg as one of the orphans at her school. She has decided they need to leave, become mail order brides, establish public schools where they go and then she will fund the schools. Fae has answered a letter from Promise, Dakota Territory, mercantile owner, Caleb Bailey. Sounds good except for few details, Caleb didn’t write the letters, he doesn’t want to marry or run a mercantile and he has been making his living as a gambler. However, Caleb’s father, hoped for the b Fae has been raised by Madame Wigg as one of the orphans at her school. She has decided they need to leave, become mail order brides, establish public schools where they go and then she will fund the schools. Fae has answered a letter from Promise, Dakota Territory, mercantile owner, Caleb Bailey. Sounds good except for few details, Caleb didn’t write the letters, he doesn’t want to marry or run a mercantile and he has been making his living as a gambler. However, Caleb’s father, hoped for the best and wrote an interesting will. Kay P. Dawson keeps you reading to find how just how this will all end. She does it with humor, character descriptions and an interesting plot line. This is part of the Alphabet Mail Order Brides series but I hope there might be more stories of either Promise or the other girls at Mrs. Wigg’s school. I received an advance copy of this book. These opinions are my own.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    Fae and Caleb Far thought she was traveling to marry a man who wanted her. However, when she arrived in the town of Promise, no one was there to greet her. After10 minutes, Caleb made his way from the mercantile to meet her but he had a surly attitude that she didn't understand or like. It turns out, Caleb didn't send for her, his dad did before he passed away. Caleb's dad stipulated that in order for Caleb to receive money and be able to seek the mercantile, he had to marry Fae and stay married Fae and Caleb Far thought she was traveling to marry a man who wanted her. However, when she arrived in the town of Promise, no one was there to greet her. After10 minutes, Caleb made his way from the mercantile to meet her but he had a surly attitude that she didn't understand or like. It turns out, Caleb didn't send for her, his dad did before he passed away. Caleb's dad stipulated that in order for Caleb to receive money and be able to seek the mercantile, he had to marry Fae and stay married to her for six months. Far didn't become aware of this until several weeks after their marriage. She and Caleb both have very stubborn personalities and give each other a run for their money. I really enjoyed reading their story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    jane pearson

    The Alphabet Brides Mail-Order Brides I just love this series you get a chance to read all different authors books and nearly all so far have been related to other series they write it's great this book is about Caleb and Fae. Caleb has been a bit of a bad boy in his day and has debt due to his gambling he is rather harsh with Fae in the beginning, but as you read about him underneath his hard shell you find him very intriguing and wanting to learn more about what makes him tick. Fae however is w The Alphabet Brides Mail-Order Brides I just love this series you get a chance to read all different authors books and nearly all so far have been related to other series they write it's great this book is about Caleb and Fae. Caleb has been a bit of a bad boy in his day and has debt due to his gambling he is rather harsh with Fae in the beginning, but as you read about him underneath his hard shell you find him very intriguing and wanting to learn more about what makes him tick. Fae however is wanting a fairytale romance but finds out love is not that easy she struggles herself harbouring her emotions it's anorher great addition to this series

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nethanja

    Fae has to leave the orphanage in New York to build her own life. When she reacts on an ad she is excited to meet the man she will marry. Her disappointment is great when she sees his reaction. Why is Caleb so different from the man from the letters? Are all her plans destined to be destroyed? I really enjoyed the story, Fae was just herself and that’s all what Caleb needed to be a better man and to start loving her. Also great to see this is the first book in a new series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Earlene Click

    Caleb and Fae Caleb was the son everyone in town considered the black sheep of his family. His father was ill and dieing, but before he left this earth he ordered Caleb a mail order bride. Fae was Caleb's bride to be. She was an orphan from Madame Wigg's Orphanage & School. Helen's past catches up with him and may year his marriage apart. Will they find true happiness and true love or both and up alone with broken hearts and broken spirits too? Caleb and Fae Caleb was the son everyone in town considered the black sheep of his family. His father was ill and dieing, but before he left this earth he ordered Caleb a mail order bride. Fae was Caleb's bride to be. She was an orphan from Madame Wigg's Orphanage & School. Helen's past catches up with him and may year his marriage apart. Will they find true happiness and true love or both and up alone with broken hearts and broken spirits too?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Fascinating!! Caleb- gambler that inherited his dads mercantile and Fae - loves to sew. I enjoyed reading this fantastic story that is well written with charismatic characters and witty dialogue. I like that this story was slightly different than the others, though she had and wanted to start a school, her desires were sewing not teaching. Their story has a fantastic HEA. I told myself that as I read this series I won't get "led" into a new to me series... well this book might have broke that vow. Fascinating!! Caleb- gambler that inherited his dads mercantile and Fae - loves to sew. I enjoyed reading this fantastic story that is well written with charismatic characters and witty dialogue. I like that this story was slightly different than the others, though she had and wanted to start a school, her desires were sewing not teaching. Their story has a fantastic HEA. I told myself that as I read this series I won't get "led" into a new to me series... well this book might have broke that vow. I need to know what happens to Colt.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Newton

    A very creative series Fae and Caleb's story is heartbreaking, exciting and heartwarming. This whole series is exciting and very creative. A group of talented authors name a lady using every letter of the alphabet to create a wonderful reading experience. I highly recommend you read this story and this series and find new authors to enjoy. A very creative series Fae and Caleb's story is heartbreaking, exciting and heartwarming. This whole series is exciting and very creative. A group of talented authors name a lady using every letter of the alphabet to create a wonderful reading experience. I highly recommend you read this story and this series and find new authors to enjoy.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sonya

    6 Months to be Wed The deal is the couple only has to stay married for 6 months, try to get along, work at the store together, and then they can annul the marriage and get a big inheritance to split. No big deal! Oh yeah... I forgot to mention that the bride doesn't know ANY of this!!! Lol. This book was so good!! Very cute and clean. Recommend for everyone!!! 6 Months to be Wed The deal is the couple only has to stay married for 6 months, try to get along, work at the store together, and then they can annul the marriage and get a big inheritance to split. No big deal! Oh yeah... I forgot to mention that the bride doesn't know ANY of this!!! Lol. This book was so good!! Very cute and clean. Recommend for everyone!!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Velvet Harris

    In Love with this series! I've just completed book 6 & this is the 1st review I've made in this series. I have fallen in love with the story plot, than fast that Madam Wiggs has taken it upon herself to look after the girls she raised as her own. I'm hooked and can't wait to start book 7! In Love with this series! I've just completed book 6 & this is the 1st review I've made in this series. I have fallen in love with the story plot, than fast that Madam Wiggs has taken it upon herself to look after the girls she raised as her own. I'm hooked and can't wait to start book 7!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lynda

    A fast read and a most enjoyable one I read the last half of the book while baking homemade cookies for my grandchildren. Both were a great way to spend some time. Kay has this unique ability to make each mail-order bride book just enough different that you don't feel like you are reading the same thing--just different names for the characters. A fast read and a most enjoyable one I read the last half of the book while baking homemade cookies for my grandchildren. Both were a great way to spend some time. Kay has this unique ability to make each mail-order bride book just enough different that you don't feel like you are reading the same thing--just different names for the characters.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandra White

    A love story that is everything you expect! Mrs. Dawson writes stories of love without limits. This one shows that through and through. Caleb may not have wanted to love Fae, but her love for him never wavered. A wonderful story!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Christine Pak

    Car's Fantasy ( The Alphabet Mail Order Bride Series) This series is for any one who enjoys this gendre. The underlying story is twofold, the marriage and the setting up a school. The twists and turns of both make this an interesting read. Car's Fantasy ( The Alphabet Mail Order Bride Series) This series is for any one who enjoys this gendre. The underlying story is twofold, the marriage and the setting up a school. The twists and turns of both make this an interesting read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tabitha

    I'm really enjoying this series. Fae and Caleb's story is heartwarming and emotional. The ending brought tears to my eyes. If you enjoy sweet romance, I recommend this one! I received an arc of this book. My opinions are my own. I'm really enjoying this series. Fae and Caleb's story is heartwarming and emotional. The ending brought tears to my eyes. If you enjoy sweet romance, I recommend this one! I received an arc of this book. My opinions are my own.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joyce Mcgeorge

    Fay's Fantasy. I choose this rating for the ending. As stubborn as they are being. Caleb knew he Fay and was not letting her go. They needed each other and the town needed their teacher. Fay's Fantasy. I choose this rating for the ending. As stubborn as they are being. Caleb knew he Fay and was not letting her go. They needed each other and the town needed their teacher.

  18. 4 out of 5

    BROWN2

    Description Any marriage that starts with lies is headed in the wrong direction. Fae is stunned by the way her fiance is treating her upon her arrival in Promise. She must face many issues that she wasn't expecting. Life's twist and turns to love. Description Any marriage that starts with lies is headed in the wrong direction. Fae is stunned by the way her fiance is treating her upon her arrival in Promise. She must face many issues that she wasn't expecting. Life's twist and turns to love.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Great story by Kay. Touching story of a young lady that grew up in an orphanage and a young man that had a life of desperation to be noticed by his father after he lost his mother. Two souls needing to find their bearings. Great characters for the story.

  20. 4 out of 5

    gary c lehn

    Great series................. I'm always putting myself into the story is seems! the author has written a wonderful romantic story of a young woman who ventures out west to start a new adventure. A wonderful story......... Great series................. I'm always putting myself into the story is seems! the author has written a wonderful romantic story of a young woman who ventures out west to start a new adventure. A wonderful story.........

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jan Craig

    Loved it This one in the series is probably one of my favorites. I love that these stories often branch into other series. Anxious for Promise series and Colts story. Now it's on to the next book. Loved it This one in the series is probably one of my favorites. I love that these stories often branch into other series. Anxious for Promise series and Colts story. Now it's on to the next book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Bagwell

    Loved it I would like to see this story made into a movie. I love the characters and the town of Promise. I look forward to reading more books based on Promise. Second chances and a new future are my favorite stories.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Judy Esposito

    Fae's Fantasy! I enjoyed this sweet book and the storyline. Fae and Caleb were wonderful characters to meet and after knowing their backstory, I couldn't help but wish them a HEA. I love the little Town of Promise, and I'm looking forward to the next one which I preordered. JudyE Fae's Fantasy! I enjoyed this sweet book and the storyline. Fae and Caleb were wonderful characters to meet and after knowing their backstory, I couldn't help but wish them a HEA. I love the little Town of Promise, and I'm looking forward to the next one which I preordered. JudyE

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    She was a dreamer and she looked forward to a adventure He just wanted his inheritance and only way to get it was to marry. I liked the way the story got them together and taught them both a lesson.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    A group of ladies raised in an orphanage in New York are sent out in the world to marry and start schools in small western towns.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anita Rohn

    #6 A comforting story about finding your fantasy and dreams Cavan come true with a few glitches in the path an orphan finds her way.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Patti Brennan

    Loved it It really was a very good book. Far and Caleb’s life starts out with a twist how they overcome it and find real happiness makes this worthy of reading

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jane McLeod

    Great multi-author series Another good book in a great multi- author series. I'm really enjoying this series and especially enjoyed reading about Caleb and Far. Great multi-author series Another good book in a great multi- author series. I'm really enjoying this series and especially enjoyed reading about Caleb and Far.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Awesome book I love this book and series. I couldn’t stop reading this book until I had devoured every word. I highly recommend this book, series and author.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carol Jarrett

    I enjoyed this book I enjoyed reading this book so much. Kay P. Dawson never disappoints me when I read one of her books!

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