The Complete Brides of Weatherton Collection
After the Rain:
Welcome to Weatherton, Wyoming, where romance is always in the forecast!
Rand McCade made a promise to his dying wife to one day remarry. He couldn’t imagine ever loving someone again, but he’d do anything to give his wife peace in her final moments. Two and a half years later, he begins to fulfill his vow by contacting a mail-order agency in the east. He doesn’t want to remarry, but a promise is a promise.
Lettie Morgan needed to leave Baltimore. Widowed and pregnant, she was being pressured to marry a violent man. In order to protect herself and the baby, she seeks out an agency she’d heard of which finds brides for men in the west.
How can two hearts, broken and grieving, put their pasts aside and blend their lives into one?
Fire and Ice:
Pragmatic Maeve Benetton would never have answered an advertisement for a mail-order bride on her own accord, but without her knowledge and on her behalf, her brother replied to one placed by Patrick Holden from Weatherton, Wyoming. When a letter came from Patrick several weeks later, Maeve decided to pen her own reply, giving in to the romantic notions she’d always kept hidden.
When she arrived in Weatherton, Patrick was nowhere to be found. Weeks went by, and with no money to return home, Maeve was stuck in limbo, living with Patrick’s family. When he finally does return, will Maeve be able to adapt to changes? And can she trust herself enough to fall in love or will she fall back to her practical self?
Winds of Change:
Patrick Holden was a good-for-nothing scoundrel, taking what he wanted without regards to anyone else. At least he had been, until a few months ago, when fate dealt him the blow he’d been tempting.
Candace Tibbet lived alone with her neglectful father, and when Patrick showed her the merest of affections, she gave him attention if only to feel loved for a brief moment.
Neither expected a kiss to land them in front of a judge, forced to participate in a wedding they didn’t want. Then, only months into their marriage, a fire left Candace physically scarred for life.
Guilt consumed Patrick. Candace feared she’d never be loved. When given the opportunity to walk away from their marriage with no strings attached, will love become the greatest complication of all?
Whiter than Snow:
Raised in an orphanage, Tallie Duncan hadn’t known love since she was a young child. When she secured a position as a nanny to two rambunctious boys, she loved them as her own, and they filled a void left by a life of tragedy. But when their mother discovered Tallie’s secret, her position was immediately terminated. She found herself on the streets, in a town and land about which she knew nothing.
Jeremiah Scott was returning to Weatherton, Wyoming after a six-year absence. Now that both of his parents had passed, he planned to renew the family ranch he’d left after his father’s death. The train ride from Chicago to Cheyenne reminded him how lonely winters in the west could be without someone to share them. While in Cheyenne, arranging business deals and outfitting his ranch, he decided to find an impromptu bride.
But when the bride was more than he bargained for, will it destroy his plans for marriage?
Dancing on Dew:
Since his wife’s death, Joseph Scott only wanted to be left alone. Unable to swallow his grief, he slid further into despair, and If not for his young daughter, he would have given up completely. In a desperate attempt to break the fog of grieving, he moved to his childhood home of Weatherton, away from the memories of his late wife.
Many years ago, Cicely “Sissy” Evans fancied herself in love with Joseph Scott. Her fifteen-year-old heart had been crushed when he’d moved to Chicago seven years ago, but she’d never forgotten him. When he returned to Weatherton, she was shocked at the difference. Can she make him smile again?