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Journey to Sawyerville is the third book in the Sawyerville Mail Order Bride series. Sawyerville is a fictitious logging community just in from the central coast of Oregon.
The third book is a 32,000 word novella and follows the stories of over 50 mail order brides as they journey to Sawyerville, Oregon, to meet their potential husbands. Once they arrive at their destination they learn that the loggers are a bunch of the roughest, crudest of men who inhabit this uncivilized area of Oregon.
Sawyerville is a place that needs a big dose of female influence to tame the wild ways of these loggers. And it won’t be an easy job!
The brides travel by wagon, clipper ship around Cape Horn or the Isthmus of Panama, and by any other means needed to reach their destination. These were a determined bunch of women who had set their sights on finding their happiness in Sawyerville.
No matter the route, their travels were challenging and required the women to reach deep inside to their innermost parts to handle the many hardships and difficulties then encountered along the way. 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.
The loggers act like heathens and at first they do not properly welcome the women, despite several attempts by community leaders to teach the men better etiquette. The men are told that if they don’t improve their welcoming ways, the women will not stay for long. Some men thought the women should leave and that the community leaders should just bring a bunch of saloon girls!
Not all of the brides are equipped to handle the men; some cower from the crude ways of these men and recoil to their rooms at the boarding house. Another set of the brides meet the loggers’ aggression with nothing but cold resolve, three pistols, a saber, a club, and two shotguns.
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