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3 clean and wholesome western romance stories of American Mail Order Brides who left their lives in the East for new lives and love on the Western Frontier.
This the first book, three mail order brides head to Idaho by train and wagon to meet their husbands. Along the way, they are faced by challenges that cause them to question if they have made the right decision to be Mail Order Brides.
Place of the Butterflies:
Mail order bride Molly leaves from her original home in Ohio to meet her handsome Army Captain husband, William, in Idaho. This is a fictionalized version of life at the fort in Lapwai, the land of the butterflies. Subsequent stories will follow their lives to Oregon and the lives of more mail order brides who will settle in Sawyerville with their new husbands.
This is a touching and beautiful romance about Molly and William who before meeting were lonely and empty, following the deaths of their first spouses. After months of exchanging letters, they meet and are immediately smitten by one another. Their tender love carries them through Indian skirmishes and other difficulties on the western frontier and eventually causes them to leave Idaho for an even wilder area in Oregon.
Journey to Sawyerville:
Sawyerville is a place that needs a big dose of female influence to tame the wild ways of the crude and rude loggers. And it won’t be an easy job!
The brides travel by wagon, ship around Cape Horn or the Isthmus of Panama, and by any other means needed to reach their destination. They were a determined bunch of women who had set their sights on finding new lives and happiness in Sawyerville.
These are stories of brave women, who chose to leave behind a bleak future in the East for the rugged, uncivilized life in the West. None of them knew what to expect, but surely none knew how uncouth the loggers could be until meeting them firsthand.
Orphaned at age 8, Catherine Daily tightens up her boot straps and sets out on a journey to leave her dreary life in Boston for the wilds of Oregon. Since losing her parents so long ago, she dreams of having a family of her own. She expects that country living will involve a lot of hard work, but she didn’t count on was how her city ways would make it a difficult adjustment.
Raymond Cowan is a rancher and farmer in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. He placed an ad for a bride of his own.
Sparks fly when Catherine brings her city ways to the wild frontier. Raymond’s patience goes only so far before he finds himself having doubts about this whole arrangement. Maybe he should send her back to Boston and be done with her and this whole crazy idea.