Amanda’s Rancher and The Rancher and the Shepherdess are each set primarily on ranches near Morgan’s Crossing, Montana Territory in 1887. Murdoch’s Bride and Bride’s Adventure are set near and in Sweetwater Springs, Montana Territory. Love doesn’t run smoothly, and each story carries problems which the couple must resolve before their romance can proceed to their happily-ever-after.
In 1886, a great drought started in Texas and worked upward to Canada. Some states received only two inches of rain that summer. Following this, the winter of 1886-87 was the coldest winter on record. In Montana Territory and Wyoming, temperatures reached minus forty degrees. Many farmers and ranchers lost everything. Not my heroes, of course, who were forward thinking men who planned ahead. Why not read these romantic, adventurous e-books?
Mara’s past comes back to haunt her and she finds herself in danger—will her new husband forgive Mara’s deceit and protect her as his own?
The Rancher and the Shepherdess
Dead—her groom-to-be died! What is she to do now that she’s in a strange place with almost no money, no prospect of a job, and no idea how she’ll survive?
Charity Kelso is accompanying her fussy Aunt Edwina to Oregon when their train is wrecked and the passenger cars burn in Sweetwater Springs, Montana. With no hotel and another blizzard on the way, what can they do?
Can Amelia Douglas evade the trouble surrounding her brother and live happily-ever-after in Sweetwater Springs, Montana Territory?