An anthology of Mail Order Bride & Christian romance... Times are tough for Katie after her husband dies in a freak work accident. Her insurance payout isn't going to be enough to last and she begins to go hungry. With nothing left to lose, she decides to answer an ad for a mail order bride.
The man's name is Thomas, a lonely farmer in Oklahoma. Their correspondence is fast but warm. After a few letters, he proposes and invites her to come to Oklahoma.
Can Katie learn to move past her widowhood and embrace the love of another?
Ride the wild west with the ruthless Deadeye and his gang of outlaws. Indians and outlaws crash in this exciting western. A one eye outlaw and his gang terrorize the west. Deadeye will find out what revenge is.
Annabelle Wright is a shy young woman who sometimes wonders why she ever ventured out to the rough logging town of Sawyerville, even with the chance of finding a husband there. She is fortunate to meet a poor but hardworking man named Justin Blackwood, who soon falls in love with Annabelle and offers her a beautiful diamond ring as a wedding gift.
But it is a mystery as to where a man like Justin could hope to get such a ring... and the sheriff may have no choice but to put an end to Annabelle's wedding dreams.
Annabelle's Ring is the 20th book in the Mail Order Brides of Sawyerville series about brave young women who came west for a better life and love. Make sure that you read all the books in this series.
Book 1: 3 Butterflies
Book 2: Place of the Butterflies
Book 3: Journey to Sawyerville
Book 4: Maeve And The Shivaree
Book 5: Delilah and Whitewater Wedding
Book 6: Clara and The Silent Groom
Book 7: Bridge To My Heart
Book 8: Jessamines Garden
Book 9: Abraham's Dove
Book 10: My Brave Irish Lass
Book 11: Winter Turns to Spring
Book 12: Dawn's Early Light
Book 13: Twilights Last Gleaming
Book 14: Rockets Red Glare
Book 15: Wildflower Meadow
Book 16: Prince of Sawyerville
Book 17: The Wedding Grove
Book 18: Ladies' Leap Day
Book 19: Candlelight Christmas
Book 20: Annabelle's Ring
When four sisters show up in town to fill the position of sheriff, Mark isn't sure what to do. This town is no place for women, especially a green-eyed beauty like Sam. When the town learns that these four woman can outshoot any man around Mark is forced to accept the girls as sheriff, but when one of them is kidnapped and being forced into marriage, will the other girls be able to save her and prove once and for all that they can do the job? Can Mark and Sam break down the wall of stubbornness, and realize that love has found them?
This book previously sold as Sheriff Bride Sam and in the Green eyed Brides collection
Visit other Brides who have made their way to Waterhole, Texas
Kate's Christmas https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BWT235G
Mail Order Matchmaker https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C4YXS3B
Unchained Love https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C4Z2WXL
Ruby was written as part of another series; however, it takes place in Waterhole, Texas as well. https://www.amazon.com/Order-Widows-Brides-Secret-Babies-ebook/dp/B088P7M4DN
Clara Early loves adventure. But when her outlaw uncle reappears after four years' absence and threatens to kill her, Clara embarks by stagecoach on her wildest adventure yet... and unexpectedly finds love along the way.
Seeking fortune to prove his worth, Hal Horner buys a silver mine in the Owyhee Mountains, feeling the solemn darkness of the underground mine reflects perfectly the emptiness in his own heart. He succeeds in finding treasure, though it's not the shiny type he intended.
Both Hal and Clara know her nefarious uncle will find her eventually, but can their love stand strong when he does?
"I enjoyed myself in this world, and really isn't that why we read?" Marsha, Keeper Bookshelf
"The story makes for a good comfort read as it combines mystery, adventure, romance, and history all in one story. Evil has a means of finding its victim. But so does love." Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
"The story is the first in the Heart of a Miner series and was a page-turner. I liked the characters and their interaction. It will take on a life and death situation and show how far a man is willing to go for a woman he loves. The story is a clean historical western, including action, and adventure, that ends on a happily ever after." Kathy, RedRabbitt's Reviews
When Quinn Mendosa's gun-runners steal fifty crates of rifles from Fort Stirling, Sheriff Rourke Bowman reckons that plenty of trouble will be heading his way.
But that trouble arrives sooner than he expects when his jailbird brother Dave Bowman rides into town and raises hell. Rourke has enough trouble on his hands, but when Dave offers to help him capture Mendosa by infiltrating his gun-runners it's an offer that's just too good to refuse.
Can the unreliable Dave complete his mission before those rifles fulfil their deadly purpose? Or will Rourke live to regret not running Dave out of town the moment he first clapped eyes on him?
When Miss Bea Sterling asks Arthur Malcolm to take her for a ride to see mountain caves, everyone in Pine Tree Ridge believes Miss Bea is setting her cap for Arthur. The town concludes, it is only a matter of time before the couple marries. What starts out as an innocent trip turns into a disaster. Arthur's denials are met with a wink and a sly nod. He wonders how he got into the mix-up. Then, his heart tells him the town is correct. It is only a matter of time before he and Miss Bea marries.
The wild, wild West
A time and a place when a man carries the law and his own safety in the weapons he bears.
Roving bands of Indians are terrorizing the west, destroying everything and anything in their path.
During one of these ruthless attacks, young Colin Bowman's home is set ablaze and his parents viciously murdered.
Orphaned and alone, the Civil War beckons, providing Colin with a welcome distraction and a newfound purpose.
Fighting on the side of the victorious Union army, he finds adventure in learning the art of war.
But the war has changed him, and in the crucible of combat his resolve has been strengthened.
He decides that settling down is not for him.
He no longer has any roots and has no desire to grow any.
He yearns for personal freedom, the clean sweep of open spaces, the fresh wind in his face and the open sky above him.
His adventures continue when he takes on the task of guiding Sam Curtway and his team through Indian country, heading out West in search of a better life.
But when the Indians mercilessly attack, everyone's life hangs in the balance.
Can he settle the score and forge a new life for himself?
Or will Colin's desire for revenge ultimately prove to be his downfall?
Praise for E C Tubb
'A thrilling read.' - Robert Foster, acclaimed author of The Lunar Code.
Edwin Charles Tubb was a British writer of western novels, science fiction and fantasy. The author of over 140 novels and 230 short stores and novellas, Tubb used 58 different pen names over five decades. He passed away in 2010, but his legacy lives on.
A new novel from the author of the #1 Best Seller, BURN SCAR
A reluctant hero of a wildfire tries to figure out what's next in the aftermath. Following in the footsteps of Lewis & Clark through central Idaho James Augustine stumbles upon a discovery that sends him on an epic journey with his neighbor, Dr. Stuart Angeline. They must stop a madman with royal aspirations from James's past before they can move toward understanding the significance of their journey.
In August 1805, while exploring and mapping the newly acquired Northwest Territories, Lewis & Clark discovered a site that President Thomas Jefferson had covertly commissioned them to find. While it was what they were looking for, it wasn't what the President believed it was, it was infinitely more dangerous. Is mankind ready for such a thing?
Nearly 214 years later the reluctant hero, and deeply flawed, James Augustine enlists his archaeologist neighbor, Dr. Stuart Angeline, to rediscover the site in the mountains of central Idaho and embark on an adventure the likes of which neither expected. They must evade and stop a wealthy madman with Royal aspirations, from James' past, before they can discover the true purpose of their journey, which is a spiritual journey as much as a physical one.
What readers/reviewers had to say about BURN SCAR:
"Very well written and I had to force myself to put the book down. It was a very compelling story." ~Karen S.
"... everything was portrayed so realistically that I felt like I was there, running from the flames." ~Ellis
"Such. A. Great. Book! Got the book and couldn't put it down! Totally recommend to anyone... " ~Sarah
"A thrilling fast paced read that takes you into the eye of the most horrific fire in US history." ~Sean C.