An Orphan Train Bride for Christmas

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By Best Selling Author Teresa Ives Lilly

All Holly wants is to join her younger brother in Golden, Colorado with his adopted father for Christmas, so when the opportunity to ride on the Orphan Train arises, she jumps at the chance. However, her unexpected arrival in town right before Christmas is not what Jake Carson had planned for Christmas, but since she is his adopted son Tommy's sister, he feels he must take her in for the holiday. Will ...

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Overview

By Best Selling Author Teresa Ives Lilly

All Holly wants is to join her younger brother in Golden, Colorado with his adopted father for Christmas, so when the opportunity to ride on the Orphan Train arises, she jumps at the chance. However, her unexpected arrival in town right before Christmas is not what Jake Carson had planned for Christmas, but since she is his adopted son Tommy's sister, he feels he must take her in for the holiday. Will Holly find a new home in Golden, Colorado and perhaps a true love by Christmas?

This is a 25,000 word Novella. Please see other novellas published by Lovely Romance Press, such as
An Unchained Love
Sheriff Bride Series: Sheriff Bride, Sheriff Bride Jo's Story, Sheriff Bride Dan's Story, Sheriff Bride Rob's Story and Sheriff Bride Christmas the Inside Man.
Orphan Train Books: Orphan Train Bride, An Orphan Tran Bride For Christmas, Orphan Train Bride Healing Scars, Orphan Train Belle.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492904021
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Pages: 130
  • Sales rank: 1,216,728
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Posted October 3, 2013

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    Orphan Train Bride By: Teresa Ives Lilly This story by Teresa L

    Orphan Train Bride
    By: Teresa Ives Lilly

    This story by Teresa Lilly is captivating! Tommy is Holly’s brother and they live in New York in an orphanage. He leaves on the Orphan Train with the other orphans. Holly is sick when he leaves so she can’t go with him. The next year, at 18, she is too old to go, but the orphanage lets her stay on at the orphanage as a seamstress. Jake Carson adopts Tommy and he works with him in his mercantile shop in Golden, Colorado.

    Tommy and Jake talk about sending for Holly, but Jake doesn’t have enough money for her fare. Holly worries about Tommy; she’s received two letters from him, but she wants to see him and make sure he is ok. She wonders what a Colorado Christmas would be like. She is soon to find out!

    God works it out where she can get a ride on the Orphan Train and find a place to stay in Golden, Colorado. But can she find a way to see Tommy? Will Jake let her take Tommy when she finds a home of her own? Pick up this great Christmas story that will have you smiling and cheering to the end. Holly and Jake will steal your heart as you read their story. I can’t wait to read more stories by Teresa Lilly!

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  • Posted January 15, 2015

    SILENTLY ANSWERED PRAYERS What a fun story where Holly, a young

    SILENTLY ANSWERED PRAYERS
    What a fun story where Holly, a young adult woman living and working in an orphanage received the opportunity to travel westward to be a Matron on an orphan train. Years prior she was supposed to go as an adoptable orphan along with her brother, but then she got a cold and was left behind. Now she is heading towards Golden, Colorado and Tommy. God seems to open the doors by her meeting Mrs. West whose husband runs the newspaper in Golden.  She secures a temporary arrangement to stay at the West home and work as a seamstress. Jake Carson, the young man who adopted Tommy runs the mercantile. Tommy prayer has been for Jake and Holly to meet, fall in love and marry. Holly experiences her first real Christmas with Tommy and Jake becomes the best present ever. God always answers prayers in His own time.

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