Jade's Courting Danger

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There just aren't that many girls of marriageable age in Sand Creek.

Much as their fathers had before them, young men from Sand Creek, Minnesota, venture into the northern wilderness to begin a new town. And, as was the case with the previous generation, the men find that to thrive, a town needs families. Against his will and his better judgment, Tyler Newly is sent to Chicago to get brides.

Once a wealthy Chicago socialite, Jadyne (Jade) ...

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Overview

There just aren't that many girls of marriageable age in Sand Creek.

Much as their fathers had before them, young men from Sand Creek, Minnesota, venture into the northern wilderness to begin a new town. And, as was the case with the previous generation, the men find that to thrive, a town needs families. Against his will and his better judgment, Tyler Newly is sent to Chicago to get brides.

Once a wealthy Chicago socialite, Jadyne (Jade) Crandall has fallen on hard times. Trusting God's leading, she begins working for an old family friend. When a young, ambitious lumberjack from Minnesota arrives, Jade is suspicious of his business with her employer. She begins investigating and is shocked when she discovers the real reason for his visit. That's when Jade devises a plan to disguise herself and travel back to Minnesota with him to keep an eye on Tyler Newly.

Will Tyler discover the truth about who Jade really is? Will there be enough brides to pair off with the men in the settlement? And who is after the important documents that are entrusted to Tyler's keeping?

Jade's Courting Danger is the second book in Margo Hansen's A Newly Weds Series. Travel with the next sets of brides to settle the northern wilderness and discover how God leads in the lives of his children.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781613468180
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 1/31/2012
  • Pages: 392
  • Sales rank: 502,898
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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