Big Country, Big Love: Four Historical Romance Novellas
Amos & Theodosia’s Story (an interracial love story) PLUS An Extra Bride For The Gold Assayer, Means One For The Outlaw? PLUS The Young & Rich Widow Who Loses Her Fortune PLUS Three Sisters, Two Brothers, And One Angry Woman. See complete synopses. More
Amos & Theodosia’s Story - When a black man in the small town of Exodus, Kansas, writes away for a mail order bride, little did he know that a petite and very white widow of a British soldier would arrive on the train platform in the neighboring town of Generosity. He had a foreshadowing of what might happen when everyone in town found out, but no idea about how it would all end up.
An Extra Bride For The Gold Assayer, Means One For The Outlaw? - A French-Canadian woman heads for Montana even though she hasn’t written to her potential husband, because she assumes that she will be perfect for the man who advertised for a bride. Unfortunately, he’s gone ahead and married a southern woman that he has corresponded with. To add salt to the wound, the French Canadian woman faces challenges even before she arrives in town.
The Young & Rich Widow Who Loses Her Fortune - An upper crust young Boston widow is so used to her high society lifestyle that when her fortune changes she holds onto her life as it was, for as long as possible, before taking a surprising offer to move to Colorado and become the wife of a rancher.
Three Sisters, Two Brothers, And One Angry Woman - Three sisters from London decide to travel to America to become mail order brides when their parents pass away. Two sisters get along well with two brothers, but the third one feels left out and bitter. She makes a decision later that her sisters feel she may regret.
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