Old, tired Cooper Lydell goes back to work to keep himself and his son afloat after Tommy is injured in an accident. Unfortunately, quitting one lousy job for another only makes things worse. Yes, Florida was hot and humid, but Bemidji, Minnesota?? Not only does the job suck, but the sheriff won't let them leave.
This the first book in the Mail Order Bride of Sawyerville series. It is a clean western romance of three mail order brides headed to Idaho to meet their husbands.
This story covers the meeting of 3 young hopeful brides who meet for the first time as they travel by train and wagon to Idaho. They learn that they are all bound for Fort Lapwai to meet their husbands who are serving in the Army. Along the way, they are faced by challenges that cause them to question if they have made the right decision to be Mail Order Brides.
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an anthology of Western & Christian Romances
Small towns in Texas aren't used to female sheriffs but Madison proves her mettle on a regular basis. She catches the eye of nearly every eligible bachelor in town but has her own sights set on a veterinarian. The two come from different sides of the fence, however, and the doctor elects to keep his distance from her even though it goes against the yearning of his heart. But when a group of bandits descend upon the town, he can't help but let his own chivalric instincts take over. Can he help save the town and a romance with Madison?
COWBOY ON THE RUN
Frederick is a cowboy on the run from the law. He stops for supplies in a small town but finds a family in even worse shape than him. He meets a woman who is barely holding it together. Her Dad is sick and left her with the running of the general store. She has to take care of her little sister as well and their supplies are dwindling with winter approaching. Frederick soon finds himself wanting more than just freedom, he wants a family of his own.
Twelve thousand years ago along the Pacific Coast, generations of hunting to feed an expanding population were depleting the Indian's resources. Forests that were once rich in deer and elk, took longer to make the kills needed to feed the tribes. Blocked from migrating eastward were mountain ranges, a forbidden place inhabited by packs of dire wolves as large as Caucasian Mountain dogs. Filled with the lore of rumored evil, the tribes halted at the natural barrier unable to go any further.
Fiercely aggressive, they are now at war among themselves, a danger that could easily be left behind. However, facing the unknown presented its own dangers. The forbidden land before them stopped the advancing tribes at the very edge of the forests. For, there before them were evil spirits and fear---fear that came in the form of whispered tales told at the night fires. They spoke of saber tooth tigers and dire wolves that hunted in numbers so large, they could not be counted.
Here, among all those tribes, both large and small, one man dared to make that journey, Man That Runs Too Fast, tribal chief of the Bandu.