Books tagged: wagon train romance

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Kidnapped In The Old West
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 20,170. Language: American English. Published: December 3, 2013 by Susan Hart. Category: Fiction » Christian » Western
Kidnapped By Bandits From Our Wagon Train, is about two young women who decide to take the wagon train west and towards a new life. While camped one night, bandits attack them and the two women are taken off into the night, along with several wagons and their supplies. Kidnapped From The Wagon Train, is about a teacher who needs to find a new job because her a schoolhouse is being torn down.
The Letter
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,540. Language: American English. Published: December 16, 2013 by Susan Hart. Category: Fiction » Christian » Romance
A woman decides to return to her past, following a love letter from a man who loved her, and along the way during her arduous wagon trail journey, she meets two other souls who take her heart.
Five Wagon Train Tales
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 22,860. Language: American English. Published: March 17, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Western
These five wagon train stories are brand new and have never been published singly before. They are an assortment of mostly romances; with a little bit of drama thrown into the mix and they center on traveling in, or being around wagon trains. They total over 22,800 words and consist of: Dr. Claybourne & The Oregon Trail, A Town Called Stearns, Wheelwright, Scottie Bell Finds A Man, & Blind Love.
Abandoned By The Wagon Train: A Story of Survival & Faith
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,150. Language: American English. Published: September 22, 2014 by Susan Hart. Category: Fiction » Christian » Romance
Abandoned By The Wagon Train: A Story of Survival & Faith, is about a teacher who needs to find a new job because her a schoolhouse is being torn down. Looking in the newspaper to see what might be available -- anywhere -- she spots an ad for both a schoolteacher in California and a mail order bride wanted by the same store owner who placed the ad.