The Alden sisters find themselves in an ugly quandary when their powerful Bostonian father dies - and each must find the courage to escape fate. Armed with nothing but their smarts, they set out on individual paths to find independence, happiness, and love.
- One Moment's Pleasure: Drawn to San Francisco during the Gold Rush, Edith narrowly escapes working in a bordello, but she can't escape Dutch Trahern, who seeks redemption after his misspent youth.
- One Night's Desire: Rustlers, claim jumpers, and fire - nothing will stop Kiera from her goal: getting back to her sisters. But a murder accusation sets Marshal Evrett Quinn on her trail. She may be able to escape prison bars and eventually prove her innocence, but she can't escape Ev's love.
- One Day's Loving: Mae likes her quiet life - she's not cut out to defy convention like Edith or act on instinct like Kiera. But everything changes when Boston attorney James Collins reads her father's will and Mae must choose between who she is and what everyone around her expects.
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Beautifully written stories of three Sisters trying to find their way .L.M.A.
I read only the first of the 3 novels. The plot was driven by the stupidity of the heroine, who got herself into increasingly dangerous situations and had to be rescued by the hero. A major part of the book is about women being kidnapped and sold into sexual slavery; this is not my idea of a romance novel. It was an upsetting read for most of the book. I turned to the first page of the 2nd novel, where the heroine was being overpowered by a man who was ripping off her clothes and telling her "When I'm done with you, you'll be happy to lay with any man I choose to sell you to." At that point, I closed the book-I've had enough.
I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these three sisters. Hope to read more about them. Exciting adventures and true romance
Great stories about three sisters raised by an abusive grandfather. These girls are what "family" is all about. Highly recommend.