Widowed, Jilted & Pregnant On The Wagon Train West, is a truly emotional and spellbinding story of a fiercely independent Frenchwoman who is first widowed, and then pregnant, then jilted by the man she corresponded with to become his mail order bride. After the long journey from Europe to the US, she decides to undertake an even longer and far more hazardous one, when she joins a wagon train and a family of Latter Day Saints on the way to Salt Lake city. After a few days they begin calling her Lioness, and she soon proves that she can live up to the name.
Mail Order Bride: A Rancher Gets A Surprise, is a beautiful romance about Nathan, who advertises for his wife but gets… Riding her own horse and dressed in working buckskins, Rebecca shows up at his ranch in California, unannounced, after finding his ad in her newspaper. He begrudgingly lets her stay if she’ll cook them three meals a day and do some other ‘womanly’ chores. This she does not want because she thinks it’s a big waste of her talent. She can hunt, fish, and break horses and many other things. Can she love? Only time will tell if these two strong spirits can get along without destroying any chances of a relationship.
Mail Order Bride: A Rancher Gets A Surprise, is a novella about a lonely California rancher who requests a mail order bride, but considers sending her back when she tells him adamantly that she doesn’t want to get married yet -- or ever.
Planting A Garden Of Love (A Christian Mail Order Bride Romance), is a beautiful story about a reluctant mail order bride who is sent off to California by her parents after a cholera epidemic. What she finds there is a potential husband who is not as promised, and the desire to run right back home.
Loving Thomas In A Wheelchair – Thomas lives virtually alone in his house in Pennsylvania, with only his cousin to look after him. His legs were damaged in a railway accident and the only way he can get around his house is by crawling, or by means of an awkward chaise lounge prototype wheelchair that his cousin pushes. He loses his faith and reads only controversial books. His neighbors threaten to boot him out and he hasn’t been in the company of a lady for a long time. One day, Thomas’ cousin puts an ad in for a mail order bride and to Thomas’ utter surprise, one shows up from California a few weeks later. He is stunned, as is she, when they both learn about the deception. Thomas thinks the woman will despise him because of his crippled legs, while she, on the other hand, believes the same thing about her own physical disability.
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, and their encounter with an enterprising yet mysterious couple who are a bit mysterious, and who own a business called the Western Mail Order Bride Company. They specialize in bringing women from a variety of social backgrounds, to the dusty western town to be married to men and through some sort of divine intervention, they are often successful. But, they are not so successful in this instance--at first. The local pastor wants a wife who will suit him and provide companionship. What he gets 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.