Wedding Train Bride

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There was a time in America when there were more women in the east and more men in the west. It was also a time when women had few choices of ways to support themselves and at times their siblings. With little hope for a decent future in the east, women of courage went west to marry men they had never met. This is the story of two of them. More

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Words: 51,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476400365
About Sandy Grissom

Sandy Grissom
has loved books all her life. That love began by listening to her older sister read when she was still too young to discover the magic for herself. She’s read everything from history to the phone book but her favorite authors are James Michener, Agatha Christie and the mystic William Blake.

Over the years, romantic novels became a favorite. The top of that list is Pride and Prejudice. When she retired she had too much time on her hands and spent too much money and trips to the library to get books in order to satisfy her restless soul. It was then she began to write herself.

As an adult she held a variety of jobs, all of them grist for her imaginative mind. The occupations in Choppy Waters will hopefully inspire someone to fight for their own dreams, to never give up on themselves or on love.

A widow, Sandy recently moved to southern Indiana where she lives near the younger of her two beloved sisters.

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Review by: Sue Binder on July 12, 2012 :
A smart approach to the old wagon-train bride scenario, with just the right twist to keep the reader's attention. The characters are well-drawn, so I found myself rooting for them. This book also provides much insight as to the culture and times, the roles of men and women in that historic period--heavy work loads and survival. But through it all, a sense of fun, romance, and adventure. Enjoyable reading.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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