The year is 1845. Sidney can never have children of her own. A childhood illness has made her BARREN.
This means that no man wants to marry her.
But Sidney might find her happy ending. With a little bit of love and faith, a miracle just might happen for her.
A baby placed at her door step…
Isam DOESN'T WANT any children.
Not after the tragedy he experienced in his past.
That's why he chose Sidney as his mail order bride -- so he'll NEVER have to experience that same heartbreak and pain again.
But when Sidney steps off the platform at Ghostbrook Station with A BABY in her arms, everything changes for Isam.
He has many questions.
Is the baby Sidney's?
Where is the birth mother?
And… How will they ever reunite little baby Dawson with the mother he has been separated from?
Can the love Sidney and Isam feel for each other and baby Dawson, change everything for the better?
About the Author
Faye Sonja is a multi-voiced writer who aspires to use different voices in telling her stories, seeing characters coming alive through the multi-faceted writing styles give her great satisfaction.
As a young girl, Faye Sonja has been fascinated with stories of the Old West, especially the theme of Mail Order Bride where a woman will find the courage to leave her homeland, take the plunge to seek out the love of her life out there in the unknown land.
Such an act requires bravery, such an act requires faith. It takes a woman with strong Christian faith to step out on such a pursuit for her love.
It is Faye's desire that readers will once again have the courage to believe in love again from reading her books, to be inspired through the characters in her story who through perseverance, in the face of obstacles, overcame the hurdles using that simple faith and belief of theirs.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Not a great read. Too unbelievable. Not much detail in story.
Heartwarming story HEA
Kind of novice story simple
Good book. Looking for the next in the series. Thank-you T I have enjoyed all the books i have read so far written by you. Keep up the hard work.
Short, but an enjoyable read.