Katherine: After a horrible first marriage that left her widowed and homeless, she decided to answer an ad to be a mail-order bride; she picked the only one that seemed like a genuine person. Much to her surprise, hours after her wedding to Jesse Spencer, he tells her that she's to be the wife of not only him, but four other men. She's doubtful that they can make it work, and she doubts that she can keep them all satisfied even more. When it turns out the satisfaction is all about her, and she gets a taste of what her life could be like, Katherine decides to give it a try--not promising anything, of course. Jesse: He's called the other men family for over half his life. When they all finally agreed to try this out, it was his name they used, and his body that married her in front of the Reverend. That meant it fell on him to tell her that he wants her to love the others, just as much, and as often, as she loves him. He's caring and thoughtful, and Katherine knows it wouldn't be hard to fall entirely in love with him. Calvin: Calvin knew that he wanted Katherine as soon as he saw her picture in the letter months beforehand. Seeing her walk down, and marry a man he considered a brother was the most nerve-wracking day of his life. He was happy for Jesse but afraid to be hopeful that she'd agree to their unique plan. He's the first one to spend time with her after Jesse, and he plans to do all that he can to convince her it's a good idea. He's the biggest and strongest of them all, he has a passion that threatens to set her on fire, and she wonders if she might enjoy dying in flames. Ellis: He's the youngest of the group, and quiet. He's reserved in the other aspects of his life, so it makes sense that he's the one to begin introducing Katherine to things she's never experienced. She feels free and relaxed with him, his silence never judging and always understanding. He's the man she would have dreamed of when she was younger, and before her first marriage had broken her faith in happy endings. Ben and Matthew: They're twins. Identical to almost every outside person, but she quickly can tell the difference. Their excitement for life is contagious, and they dare her to try new things and throw caution to the wind. When they're with her, the three of them find a perfect harmony that she hadn't expected, and its what makes her decide to try out this crazy plan. Their Mail-Order Bride is a 42,000-word novella. It contains mature, adult, themes. If such material offends you, please do not buy the book. This is a MFMMMM story-line, and it's all about her. There is no cheating but there is a wonderful happily-ever-after in store for these six.