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Love Etched In Stone: Four Historical Romance Novellas

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Counting Her New Life Step By Step - A blind Englishwoman settles in America with her mail order husband and they open a school for the blind. A few years later, a student’s questions and interview make her recall how she got where she was, what it took to forge a new life for herself, and how she deals with suddenly reopened wounds from her past.

The Biracial Bride & Her Colorado Rancher - A biracial woman from the south decides to go to a rancher in Colorado, but she hasn’t told him she’s half black. At the train station she is devastated when he thinks an obnoxious southern belle is the bride he has gone there to meet. He lets his intended stay at his ranch until she decides what to do, and things become very interesting from that point forward.

From Kansas To Nevada & Preferring The Other Cowboy Brother - A woman leaves a small town in Kansas after corresponding with a man in Nevada, then travels to meet her new intended. The man she thought she knew by his letters turns out to be very different, rude, inconsiderate and crass. She is introduced to her fiancé’s brother and finds him a far better person than the man she is supposed to marry. She starts to fall in love with the brother and believes that he feels the same way about her, but she’s in a quandary as she has no idea how her fiancé will act.

The Second Chance Town - Two female con artists decide to scam a couple of rich men out west so they take two priests with them to get married, as the town’s population is only fifty people. Things start to unravel quickly when everyone pokes their noses into everyone else’s business.

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