Ellie Blair wants a story—the one story—that will make her name bigger than Nellie Bly’s. She’ll do anything to get it. Lie, masquerade as someone else … even walk away from love.
But can a byline be worth the sacrifice?
A PROPOSAL SO MAGICAL
Brides of Evergreen Book 4
Evergreen’s sheriff, Dent Hernandez, has to learn to live with love. Not an easy thing for a man who for years made a career of hunting down some of the worst outlaws in the territory. Can he find his romantic side and ask for Amy’s hand in a truly unique, magical way?
Or will a handsome, suave ghost from her past derail Dent’s plan—if he can even come up with one?
By Tina Dee
With no family left, Molly moves to the wild west to marry a stranger who makes his fortune panning for gold. What she didn’t expect was his brother.
MAIL ORDER MIX-UP
To finance his dream of being a rancher, Henry planned to strike it rich by panning for gold. That was before Miss Josie Truett arrived at the mining camp. Will a mail-order mix-up—and a pretty blonde—spell disaster for Henry?
By USA Today Bestselling Author Susette Williams
FREE TO HEAL
Kane Calloway swore he’d never let anyone close to him again, that way he’d never feel the pain of loss. Living a life of reckless abandonment has brought him face-to-face with his demons—no more running. Either he gets married, or spends time in jail—neither sentence is appealing, but if he stays out of jail, he can at least help keep two small children from going hungry.
Newly widowed, Faith Masterson is struggling to keep up with chores while tending to her two daughters. Without help, which she can’t afford to pay for, she and her daughters will surely starve by winter. After hearing about a new government program for women in her situation, she decides it is worth trying for the sake of her children.
Will two destitute people be able to learn to love again? Or are they doomed to spend a marriage imprisoned by the loss they each encountered in their past?
Is Marshall Kincaid getting married? Maybe someone should have told him.
Lizzie Neuman came to America filled with hopes and dreams for her and her husband. His unexpected death left her stranded in a new country. Not having anywhere to turn, she reluctantly responds to an ad for a mail order bride.
Marshall never planned to marry. In his line of work, he had to worry about people he arrested in the past coming after him. He accepted the path he’d chosen when he agreed to become the sheriff. He never intended to put a wife or children in harm’s way. So when Lizzie shows up in town, claiming to be his fiancée, and holding some letters supposedly from him, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out something isn’t right.
Who knew enough about Marshall to write such personal letters? Could this be an elaborate scheme to get revenge? Or is Lizzie the realization of a dream he never dared have?