Husband Wanted: Four Historical Romance Novellas
The Navajo Medicine Woman & The Civil War Vet PLUS The Texas Cowboy’s Muddy Bride PLUS The Widow & Her Baby Meet The Handyman Along The Oregon Trail PLUS Trying For a Third Chance at Love - A woman from England decides to head for the Canadian Yukon to become a mail order bride to a man living in a tiny town. See complete synopses. More
The Navajo Medicine Woman & The Civil War Vet - A Navajo woman decides to become the mail order bride of a wounded vet, but she hasn’t told him she’s Navajo and when she arrives at the train station, she has no idea what effect her appearance has on him because he has a severe case of PTSD from the war, and what happened during it.
The Texas Cowboy’s Muddy Bride - A young woman leaves her father in Kansas and without telling him, makes her way to Texas to become the mail order bride of a cowboy. After the long and muddy trip by stagecoach, she wonders if he’ll run off in horror when he sees her. When she meets him and looks into his eyes, she prays that he will not, as she can see her future in them.
The Widow & Her Baby Meet The Handyman Along The Oregon Trail - A widow tries to provide for her baby along the arduous trek of the Oregon Trail. When a mysterious stranger joins the train, carrying precious little other than his carpentry tools, he tells her that the Lord will provide, if she has faith. Bartering his services for things like food and a bright red sweater, Mary grows closer to Henry as their journey progresses, and the emotional ending of this story highlights how every human being has it within them to be generous within their souls, and that love can come easily if you just let it.
Trying For a Third Chance at Love - A woman from England decides to head for the Canadian Yukon to become a mail order bride to a man living in a tiny town. Things change rapidly as gold is discovered and her husband, who hates most everyone around him and is anti-social, makes a major decision later on in their marriage.
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