Cassie

Cassie

by Margery Scott
Cassie

Cassie

by Margery Scott

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Overview

When Cassie Dixon's mother dies in the brothel where she works and where they both live, the owner gives Cassie a choice—take her mother's place or get out.

Cassie leaves, and after meeting with a friend, she decides to become a mail-order bride to a Texas rancher, and a mother to his daughter, Lindy. However, when Cassie arrives in Texas, she learns there will be no wedding, leaving her with only one option--find a way to go back home.

Beckett Ford, her groom's brother-in-law, invites her to stay at the ranch in the meantime. She hesitates, but finally accepts. Beck is immediately attracted to Cassie but he's determined never to marry. He only hopes Cassie can help Lindy deal with her grief.

As time goes by, Cassie finds herself falling in love with Beck, Lindy and Sapphire Springs, but she can't stay without a way to support herself. When disaster strikes, she has a decision to make-- tell Beck how she feels and risk rejection, or leave her only chance at happiness behind.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186749509
Publisher: Clover Ridge Press
Publication date: 07/25/2023
Series: Mail-Order Brides of Sapphire Springs , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 157,737
File size: 552 KB

About the Author

Margery Scott is the author of more than thirty historical western romance novels, novellas and short stories. Although she was born far from the American West, she grew up watching TV westerns and reading western stories. It was only natural that when she started writing, she wrote what she'd always loved to watch and read.

Margery lives in Canada with her husband, and when she's not writing or traveling in search of the perfect setting for her next novel, you can usually find her wielding a pair of knitting needles or a pool cue.
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