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A Cozy Love

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168 pages2 hours

Summary

Pregnant & Widowed, But Not Telling Her New Husband - A woman is suddenly widowed, finds herself pregnant, and hurries to find a new husband in America. She does not tell the stern man who meets her at the train station about her former life for months, and when he finds out, the baby is due anytime.

The Strong English Woman & The Outlaw In Arizona - A mail ordered bride expects to be met at the railway station by her intended but he’s nowhere to be found. She eventually trudges two miles to his home, but is repulsed by both his attitude and appearance, and his gang who are exceptionally seedy. Someone rescues her and as the days pass, and she’s holed up in a cabin with him and his ancient crone of a mother, things begin to heat up.

High Society Woman & The Wolves, is about a high society woman in NYC who gets sent off to Oregon to be the bride of a lonely outpost operator. He is as stunned by her beauty when she gets off the train, as she is by the wilderness surrounding his cabin and home. She doesn’t know how to make a fire or even sweep the floor and her many trunks of fine clothing fill up his small cabin. Amidst the howls of wolves surrounding them in the darkness of the forest, both will have to decide if they can ever make a match.

Saving Lonely Crippled Thomas, is about Thomas, who lives virtually alone in his house in Pennsylvania with only his cousin to look after him. His legs were damaged in a railway accident and the only way he can get around his house is by crawling, or by means of an awkward chaise lounge & prototype wheelchair that his cousin pushes. He loses his faith and reads only controversial books, and his neighbors begin to despise him. His neighbors threaten to boot him out and he hasn’t been in the company of a lady for a long time. One day, Thomas’ cousin puts an ad in for a mail order bride and to Thomas’ utter surprise; one shows up from California a few weeks later. He is stunned, as is she, when they both learn about the deception. Thomas thinks the woman will despise him because of his crippled legs, while she, on the other hand, believes the same thing about her own physical disability.

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