Mail-Order Brides Get Cold Feet
Marriage plans are put on hold in the Old West when four mail-order brides have second thoughts. How will their grooms win their trust?
Right on Time by Angela Breidenbach
Could two people be less suited than an English gentleman and a western gal who is used to giving the orders? From the wild Montana Territory to the refined Kentucky horse farms, can Timothy prove worthy of Tara's heart?
Pistol-Packin' Bride by Margaret Brownley
Prickly Pear, Texas, 1885
Attorney Ben Heywood didn't expect to get shot on his wedding day--and certainly not by his mail-order bride.
The Bride Who Declined by Susan Page Davis
Boston, Massachusetts, 1885
Rachel Paxton turns down a mail-order proposal, but a few months later she learns the man she rejected has died--and left his ranch to her in his will.
Twice the Trouble by Vickie McDonough
Cactus Creek, Texas, 1888
When Connor McLoughlin and his cousin Brian order a pair of mail-order brides, they think they're getting two sweet Irish lasses. But what they get is a stage load of shenanigans.