By The Golden Pond: Four Historical Romance Novellas
Woman Alone On The Oregon Trail: God Is My Only Companion PLUS Mary Finds Charles In The River PLUS he Overweight Fish Seller Searches For Love & A Family PLUS The Overweight Woman Surprises The California Cowboy. See complete synopses. More
Woman Alone On The Oregon Trail: God Is My Only Companion, Against all advice, a newly-certified woman doctor from back east travels alone on the Oregon Trail, headed for California to help a man she met through correspondence and to assist him in nursing sick Native Americans through a virulent smallpox epidemic. She also plans on helping him with a school as well, and spreading the word and love of God. Many obstacles lie in her path but she finds comfort in God on the lonely trail, and with her horse as the only living being by her side, the solitary journey begins.
Mary Finds Charles In The River, is a love story about faith and the human spirit. When a young woman sits reading her bible by a favorite spot on the riverbank, a wild-looking black stallion that plunges into the water surprises her, throwing off its rider. Things take a very interesting turn right after that.
The Overweight Fish Seller Searches For Love & A Family - An overweight woman from Maine is tired of running her father’s fish selling shop and spending her days hacking off fish heads, so she decides to take a chance on love and travels to California and a rancher with three children. It’s an uphill battle to win over his son, and the rancher himself, who she suspects is not pleased with her excess weight or outward appearance.
The Overweight Woman Surprises The California Cowboy - An overweight woman from back east corresponds with a cowboy out west, and fearing rejection, she does not tell him about her weight. When she arrives, both the cowboy and eventually his children, lead her to believe that it may never work out and that she might not find love in the arms of her wild cowboy.
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