A Maine native, Susan Page Davis is an award-winning author with more than seventy novels and novellas. She's a winner of the 2012 and 2016 Will Rogers Medallion Awards and a past winner of the Carol Award and two Inspirational Readers' Choice Awards. Enjoy her mysteries, romantic suspense, and historical romance with a faith thread in most of her stories. Susan now lives in Kentucky.
In 1871, two young Easterners travel West, Ava to visit her childhood friend and Joe on business. They meet on the train and find themselves allies when they are robbed by an outlaw gang. While Ava emerges unscathed, Joe loses his job in the aftermath of the robbery. Will he land on his feet—and will he ever see Ava again? It only happens once in a blue moon.
Isabella Johnston lost her husband to the sea, and she wants to get as far from the coast as she can. When she leaves Maine to marry a cowboy in Wyoming Territory, she reasons that Edwin Gray will be safe on the ranch. But every time he is late for an engagement, she finds herself worrying. What could be horrible enough to make him late for their wedding?