Cameron Royal is a careful man, avoiding drama and entanglements on the open range, but as the years slip by the idea of something more permanent starts to have an appeal.
Aquila Adams, the oldest daughter of the Rocking A range is book smart, determined, and willing to put herself at risk to save the ranch.
When the two meet will a careful cowboy and an amateur accountant add up or will the whole thing go bust?
Find out if a peppermint loving bull, a sneaky little sister, and some nosy neighbors can save the day, in this sweet historical western romance.
This is an anthology of both mail order bride and Amish romances... The Wild West is too wild for Cadence. She leaves home to get away from her abusive father and winds up in a brothel where she escapes again. She becomes a mail order bride and soon finds herself traveling on a stagecoach with a husband she barely knows. His name is Austin and he didn't expect Cadence to be so lovely. But Cadence finds out that Austin has secrets of his own and the two must come to grips with their checkered pasts. Can God heal what he has brought together in the untamed west?
When Naomi saw Keith walk out of the house and onto the porch, she stayed quiet and kept working, waiting for him to see her.
The first night she met him, she had observe that he looked a little jumpy when she entered the room. Since then, she had seen this happen with several of the soldiers who were staying with Dr Griffin. It seemed all too easy for them to become uneasy when they were surprised; then they would be embarrassed and irritable afterward.
She saw two of the men walking across a pasture adjacent to the house, enjoying themselves despite the low clouds. As she returned their waves, Keith noticed her. She smiled in greeting, gesturing to indicate that he could stay.
It seemed odd, to give permission - but in such a crowded house, there was nowhere for Naomi to call her own save the tiny guest room she had been given. Once she had settled on the porch as the ideal place to sit and work or read, however, the men had started treating it as though it was her private ...