Rancher (Four Historical Romances)
From Kansas To Nevada & Preferring The Other Cowboy Brother PLUS Sarah & Her Cowboy in California: A mail order bride from England arrives at a small, remote cabin in the woods PLUS Abandoned By The Wagon Train: A Story of Survival & Faith PLUS Free At Last In California. See complete synopses. More
From Kansas To Nevada & Preferring The Other Cowboy Brother - A woman leaves a small town in Kansas after corresponding with a man in Nevada, then travels to meet her new intended. The man she thought she knew by his letters turns out to be very different, rude, inconsiderate and crass. She is introduced to her fiancé’s brother and finds him a far better person than the man she is supposed to marry. She starts to fall in love with the brother and believes that he feels the same way about her, but she’s in a quandary as she has no idea how her fiancé will act.
Sarah & Her Cowboy in California - A mail order bride from England arrives at a small, remote cabin in the woods surrounding San Diego and waits for her fiancé to arrive, feeling lost and isolated standing there. He eventually shows up and they are married, but a far different life evolves down the road as she copes with loneliness, boredom, the animals in the woods, and the dangers of frontier life.
Abandoned By The Wagon Train: A Story of Survival & Faith -- is about a teacher who needs to find a new job because her 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. Chancing it, she writes to him and then deciding to risk it all she packs up her things and heads out west on a wagon train. She is suddenly wrenched away from the path that God has chosen for her when, one evening, her life takes a violent U-turn.
Free At Last In California -- Sick of the taunts from the inhabitants of her small town, above average weight Jocelyn had endured numerous insults since she was a small child. An ad for mail order brides spurred her to act and she wrote to the company and was matched up with a rancher in California who wanted a wife with a sense of adventure.
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