Now I'm Found

Now I'm Found

by Theresa Hupp

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Now I'm Found by Theresa Hupp

After reaching Oregon by wagon with Jenny Calhoun, Caleb (Mac) McDougall must choose--return to the East or remain on the frontier. Mac's passion for Jenny has grown, but abuse in her past numbs her to his feelings.

Mac starts east, then learns of the California gold strike and joins hordes of prospectors seeking wealth, independence, and adventure. Alone in Oregon, Jenny forges a life but fears losing her home if neighbors learn she is not Mac's wife.

Separately, Mac and Jenny confront violence, temptation, and heartache in a savage and abundant land. Their quests for happiness travel paths more tortuous than the Oregon Trail they conquered together.

NOW I'M FOUND is the sequel to the bestselling LEAD ME HOME: Hardship and Hope on the Oregon Trail.

"NOW I'M FOUND is an engaging companion to LEAD ME HOME. As in the first book, Theresa Hupp weaves a colorful story of the Western frontier . . . historically accurate and worthy of your time." Sally Jadlow, author of THE LATE SOONER series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157042295
Publisher: Rickover Publishing
Publication date: 09/26/2016
Series: Oregon Chronicles , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 433
Sales rank: 600,057
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Theresa Hupp grew up in Eastern Washington State, except for two years in the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Her ancestors include early emigrants to Oregon and immigrants to Sacramento, California (though her California forebearers arrived after the Gold Rush). Theresa now lives in Kansas City, Missouri, near the beginning of the Oregon Trail.

Theresa is the award-winning author of novels, short stories, essays, and poetry, and has worked as an attorney, mediator, and human resources executive.

LEAD ME HOME, Theresa’s first novel about Mac McDougall and Jenny Calhoun, was published in 2015. It has been a 1 bestselling novel about the Oregon Trail in Amazon’s Kindle Store. (It’s available at Amazon or Barnes and Noble.)

She has also published another novel—a bestselling financial thriller—under a pseudonym, as well as an anthology under her own name, Family Recipe: Sweet and saucy stories, essays, and poems about family life. In addition, Theresa has published short works in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Mozark Press, and Kansas City Voices. She is a member of the Kansas City Writers Group, Missouri Writers Guild, Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc., and Write Brain Trust.

Theresa’s blog is Story & History: One writer’s journey through life and time, , where she often posts about the Oregon Trail and the California Gold Rush. You can also follow her on her Facebook Author page,

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