Well Read By Moonlight: Four Historical Romance Novellas
The First Female Cable Car Operator & Her Wealthy American PLUS Salisa & Gage’s Story, is all about a young cowboy who passes by a stagecoach on its way into town and sees a group of ragamuffin kids, plus a young woman with a pair of the most startling blue eyes he’s ever seen PLUS Sarah & Her Cowboy in California PLUS The English Woman Who Loved Cats. See complete synopses. More
The First Female Cable Car Operator & Her Wealthy American - An upper class young woman in Quebec has a lifelong dream of being the first woman cable car operator in San Francisco; and when she meets a rich American at her debutante party, her dreams are quickly realized. However, it’s a much harsher reality that meets her, both on the job and with her burgeoning love for the man who is winning her heart.
Salisa & Gage’s Story is all about a young cowboy who passes by a stagecoach on its way into town and sees a group of ragamuffin kids, plus a young woman with a pair of the most startling blue eyes he’s ever seen. When he gets back into town he cannot find her anywhere, gives up, and decides to place an ad for a mail order bride. After receiving a letter from a woman through his ad, he still cannot give up on those blue eyes, but he continues with arranging for the mail order bride. Soon brought into the story is a corrupt mayor who likes to sell attractive young women to boost his campaign funds, the same group of orphans that the young man saw on the stagecoach, and one father’s last wish.
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.
The English Woman Who Loved Cats - A woman from Liverpool with an enormous talent for painting and a huge love of cats decides to go to Bakersfield California and become the wife of a farmer, even though she is very young. She meets another young woman, another artist like herself, who creates Chinese calligraphy art. At first, she doesn’t tell her husband because her father destroyed all of her paintings when she was a child, but when she does, he becomes very proud of her, but suddenly disappears for several days and she gets worried.
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