To Catch a Dream
About five years ago, Glenda Owens nee Simmons eloped with a man her beloved grandparents disapproved of because she didn’t want to marry the man they had chosen for her. Her grandparents assigned her a personal bodyguard, albeit secretly, but in a clash with her husband, Nelson Fuller is supposed...
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About five years ago, Glenda Owens nee Simmons eloped with a man her beloved grandparents disapproved of because she didn’t want to marry the man they had chosen for her. Her grandparents assigned her a personal bodyguard, albeit secretly, but in a clash with her husband, Nelson Fuller is supposedly killed. Now years later, Glenda is shocked to see someone who resembles Nelson, the man she believed was dead and she is determined to get answers. Nelson Fuller has always been in love with Glenda Simmons, later Owens, whom he was assigned to protect from a gold-digging husband. But his life was endangered, and he was put out of commission for a while. Five years later, he’s finally able to trace Glenda’s whereabouts. But she is a changed woman, no longer the spoilt and stubborn young girl she was back when he first encountered her. He finds himself deeper in love with her and is overjoyed when she accepts his love, but someone from the past poses a threat to their newly found love, and they must deal with the situation before things end up badly for them. To Catch a Dream is one of the thrilling Western tales from the Widows of Wellness Creek series by bestselling historical romance author, Terri Grace. If you love faith-filled tales of the West, overcoming stories of resilient love, and characters that embody the pioneering spirit and celebrate the best of our humanity, you will be carried headlong into the excitement of To Catch a Dream. READ IT TODAY!
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