The Town Mayor’s Help and the Seamstress
A pretty but prideful political daughter. A humble seamstress seeking an honorable life. And in between the two, Ridge Lowell. Whom will he choose?
Mayor Townsend has plans for Ridge, the makings of a political dynasty. It’s a dream opportunity that includes marriage to the most beautiful and powerful lady in Spruce.
Ridge is dazzled by the beauty and elegance of the mayor’s daughter, Miss Robin, but his brothers are offended by the way she addresses people who are not of her status.
Meanwhile, a new businesswoman in town, a widow named Natalie Tolbert, runs afoul of Miss Robin after making a wedding dress for a former Townsend maid, not realizing the lengths that Miss Robin will go to get her own way…
Will Ridge follow the mayor’s ambitious plans and marry Robin? How will Natalie rebuild her life and business? Will the Townsend dynasty continue despite the scandals that surround them?
Read The Town Mayor’s Help and the Seamstress and find out.
The Blacksmith and the Shy Maiden’s Dream
Moving from Ohio all the way to the state of Washington brought a lot of changes to the Lowell brothers. It brought them prosperity from the gold they mined, and then a home with the ranch they bought. But what of matters of the heart?
When Thorne Lowell sees that the vacant blacksmith’s shop in Fontaine is now open, he realizes that it’s not ranching that has captured his interest. He and the smithy owner form a partnership, and Thorne’s ambitions begin to come true.
Penny Abercrombie’s family has fallen on hard times, and when she comes seeking employment, the partners hire her to do their bookkeeping.
For Thorne, the presence of Penny in his life makes him realize that even the dream-come-true of working as a blacksmith isn’t enough if it doesn’t include the woman he loves.
But when he approaches Penny about helping her make her dream of owning a restaurant come true, she misunderstands his meaning and runs from her office, devastated at the thought that his intentions are dishonorable and remembering an earlier time when a man made unwanted advances.
Thorne must find out how to convince her that it’s love, not wickedness, that led him to make his offer.
Will Penny’s heart be turned? And can old wounds be healed? Thorne may be good with an anvil, but can he shape this beautiful hurting lady’s heart to love him?
Read the second book in The Lowells of Spruce Creek saga for a thrilling romantic ride!
Native Love in the West Box Set
Free To Read On Kindle Unlimited, this exclusive box set by bestselling author Emma Morgan brings seven beautiful stories of love and adventure in the Wild West to your heart and hands. Meet seven brave brides and their beloveds in this wonderful and surprising collection. Ready to ride? Grab your copy today and let’s head West…
A Pregnant Bride Saved by the Indian Brave
Left alone after her husband dies, Essie Holman is desperate to find a safe home for her unborn baby. As a last resort, she answers an ad as a mail order bride, and soon is traveling west to marry a man who seems to only reluctantly want her. But when the coach she is traveling in is attacked, she finds herself rescued by a band of Indian warriors and invited into a life she never expected. And never wants to leave.
A Rejected Bride and Baby Saved by the Indian Outsider
Newly widowed and with a baby daughter, Sadie McLaughlin has been living on the goodwill of her aunt and uncle. Unwilling to add to their burden any longer, Sadie reluctantly accepts an offer to travel west as a mail order bride—only to find that the man has married another, and does not want her anymore. Alone and hundreds of miles from home, Sadie takes a job at the town’s General Store. And there she meets Dakota Blake, a handsome young Indian whose kindness immediately soothes Sadie’s heart.
Mail Order Bride: Loving My Indian Captor
Left alone and heartbroken after her husband is killed, Marie Brooks is desperate for a way to support herself and her small son. She is a skilled nurse, but jobs are few and far between now. So, at the advice of an old friend, she accepts an offer as a mail order bride, and soon she is headed west for her new life. However, her plans are shattered when a tornado rips her stagecoach apart, leaving her stranded on the prairie, held captive by a group of Indians in need of her healing skills.
Captured and Turned into an Indian Bride
When Anna Carpenter’s mother is diagnosed with tuberculosis, Anna’s life changes forever. With her parents forced to move to New York for treatment, Anna feels she had become a burden on her family, and she heads west to find a home as a Mail Order Bride. But Anna’s life takes yet another turn when her stage is attacked, and she is kidnapped by a tribe of angry Indians and held for ransom.
Saved from Bandits by the Angry Indian
On her way West as a mail order bride, Lucy Stanhope finds her new life may soon come to an end when her stagecoach is attacked by bandits. Rescued by a tribe of local Indians, led by a handsome brave called Angry Bear, Lucy is taken to the Indian village to recover from the ordeal. Although very different from the life she had known, Lucy quickly falls in love with the kind people of the village.
Taken by the Fearless Brave
Rather than marry a man she does not love—and angry with her father for presuming to choose her—Genevieve Harrison decides to take her fate in her hands, and follow her dreams west. Soon, she bound for California as a mail order bride, set to wed one Mr. Charles Holmes. But Genevieve’s dreams take a turn when she discovers her intended husband is a terrible, abusive man. Unwilling to marry such a man, she runs away, into the woods, where she is captured and brought back to an Indian camp, to be used for negotiations with the settlers.
A Cheyenne Baby for the Fire Ravaged Bride
After losing her home and parents in a terrible fire, Jessica Wilson believes she’ll never feel joy again. Fearful of being a burden on her cousin, she decides to travel west as a mail order bride. She knows the life will be different, but after her stagecoach is attacked by Indians, she realizes just how wild the west still is. And when she meets her intended’s family—including his infant Cheyenne daughter, she learns just how deep some hatreds still run.
An Honorable Rancher and the Widow’s Gold
The Lowell Brothers are used to hard luck and hard times. But when they decide to leave their rough-and-tumble neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, they hope their fortunes will change in Spruce, Washington, where they go to mine for gold. But they are not the only gold-diggers. Victor Lowell, the eldest brother, loses his heart to a conniving beauty whose father has cheated them out of the worth of the gold they’ve mined…
Scraping together what little remains the brothers buy land in Fontaine, Washington.
Setting up as ranchers near the town, they soon learn of the dilemma of their neighbor, a brave young widow who intends to keep the ranch left to her by her late husband. But Adrian Foxx, whose land borders the Leyer spread, has plans for her, and for her ranch.
When they learn why Foxx was so keen to take her land, he and his brothers vow to protect her, but soon to realize that the wise and resourceful Connie Leyer is no pushover!
The determined young rancher might know a lot about hard work, but he has much to learn about love, and Connie Leyer is just the woman to teach him that lesson.
Margaret – Wagon Train Bride
After the tragic death of her father, and her mother’s grief-driven remarriage to a violent, greedy liar of a man, 18-year-old Margaret Kincaid knows she must fight back.
John Brownstone is thrust from his father-in-law’s farm, blamed for the death of his beloved wife in childbirth. The Homestead Act has opened up the west and enabled hardworking men like John to prosper. But he needs a wife and mother for his two tiny children.
Margaret’s courage emboldens her to escape, and prize her sisters from the clutches of their increasingly wicked father-in-law, but what awaits them as they head west on the wagon train?
Margaret’s story is one of the beautiful tales from Misty Shae’s popular historical Western romance series, Young Love Historical Romance Vol.4. Each book is perfect standalone, and even better when read together. Read it today!