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Three inspirational stories of women who risked everything for love and traveled thousands of miles to the western frontier.
Part 1: The Indian's 'Blind' Bride's & The Fostered Indian Baby
A mail-order-bride wagon is heading to Salt Lake City, but one bride aboard the horse drawn wagon is not looking for love...
Jane Morgan is beautiful and young, but has a condition that makes it hard to make lasting connections with people. Face Blindness.
She can't recognize ANYONE: not family, not friends, and not even herself when she looks in the mirror…
Part 2: The Indian's Unwanted Bride & Her Baby
Naomi has finally done it. Breaking off ties with her past, she packs up her things, her baby, and heads to Salt Lake City with hopes of finding a decent man who will be kind to her.
However, who she ends up with will send this mother on an all too familiar emotional upheaval. An Indian chief.
Part 3: The Feisty & Young Indian Bride
Kai is the daughter of the Indian chief and knows her role is to marry well, yet after watching her brothers become happily married to two mail-order brides, Kai wishes more than anything to have a love of her own- True Love.
3 parts of heartwarming mail order brides tales of love, romance, and triumph over adversity in one book.
Love on the western frontier was a rare treasure. Follow these inspirational women who risked everything to travel to the untamed West in the hopes of finding love and starting a new family.
If you're a fan of clean western romance, you will love this book.
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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.