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The Western Mail Order Bride Company is a wonderful story about a couple of lonely men in a dusty western town in the late 1800s. What one gets when he signs up is a fiery red-headed Irish woman with a checkered and troubled past and a very strong will to survive. Later, his best friend doesn’t fair much better. It’s a rocky road with plenty of curves ahead set in a frontier town. It’s also a powerful love story full of strong Christian values.
The Western Country Wife: God’s News For Mercy, is an emotional and lovely and deeply Christian story about a married woman with two children who wakes up one day in her small Western town in 1875, and finds out that her whole world has caved in on her and that the mayor and his cronies are now her sworn enemies.
Mail Order Bride: Praying For A Cowboy To Love Me, is about a woman and her sister who are sent out to Texas for one of them to be a mail order bride to a disabled war veteran rancher with one hand, and as a new mother to his two children. The rancher hadn’t known he could ever love again, but when he first saw Beth, he realized instantly that she would be the one to save him.
Mail Order Bride: Sent To The Prairie Preacher For Love And Marriage,, is a story about a young man who has set up a church in the Black Hills of the Dakota Territory. When he becomes lonely and wishes more than anything to have a family of his own, he asks for help from an aunt.
©2014 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press (P)2014 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press
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