Taking The Train West For Love, is a beautiful story about a woman who, after two years of corresponding with a man out west, accepts his invitation of marriage and sets out on her journey. On the train she meets a stranger and enjoys their frequent chats and stories from the bible. One night, everything is literally turned upside down as the train comes to a violent screeching halt and they both find each other in the darkness, then jump from the train with nothing more than the clothes on their backs, but with the woman clutching her bible firmly in hand. What happens after that is a test of the will to survive, for both their physical bodies, and their spirits.
The Joyful Wife, The Drunken Cowboy & His Bitter Sister - A woman travels west to join her fiancé, a cowboy with a cranky sister who appears to be permanently bitter. The woman and her cowboy are married immediately and they return to the ranch where she has to contend with his drunken ways and the sister who simply won’t go away. A cattle drive gives her time to think as well as to wonder who on earth it is arriving back at the ranch with his men, because it certainly doesn’t look like her husband in any way.
The Second Chance Town - Two female con artists decide to scam a couple of rich men out west so they take two priests with them to get married, as the town’s population is only fifty people. Things start to unravel quickly when everyone pokes their noses into everyone else’s business.
The Roman Woman’s New Dishes - An independent Roman woman is on the lookout for a new dinnerware set but all she can find are erotic designs and geometric squares, until she discovers a vendor with something different to offer—and it includes a life of adventure.