A Wild Adventure

A Wild Adventure

by Merry Farmer

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A Wild Adventure by Merry Farmer

After years of reluctantly living the wild life in Haskell, Wyoming, all Rose Rawlins wants is to settle down into a quiet position as a maid for the Bond family in Brynthwaite, England. She takes her position as nurse for charming and irascible Mr. Bond, and confidant of adventurous Miss Elaine Bond, seriously, vowing that nothing will get in the way of her duty to her new friends.

Until handsome and tempting Dr. Isaac Newsome comes along.

Widower Isaac Newsome doesn't feel as though he has anything to offer a woman, but from the first moment he lays eyes on Rose, that belief is challenged. Rose's refreshing, American ways breathe new life into what was becoming a stale existence. But in spite of the fiery attraction between them, Rose is holding something back.

It takes a trio of mischievous young men from Brynthwaite Municipal Orphanage, all of Mr. Bond's wiles, a mysterious and regal bookseller, who is also new to town, and a daring boat race to bring Rose and Isaac together, but even then, will a sudden tragedy pull them apart?

PLEASE BE ADVISED: Steam Level - Hot

West Meets East is a follow-up series to The Brides of Paradise Ranch, and a prequel to The Silver Foxes of Winchester, coming in 2018. It is also a prequel of sorts to the Victorian serial romance The Brynthwaite Boys.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781978141988
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/16/2017
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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A Wild Adventure (West Meets East, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Wild Adventure by Merry Farmer book 4 in the West Meets East is a stand alone story. They have to over come living in the past to start living in the present. The story flows smoothly. Liked the characters. My free opinion. Thanks