Twenty years have passed since the Academy graduates Claire Banes, Hannah Milton, Vera Radford and Heather Radford arrived in Laramie, Wyoming as mail-order brides. A lot has happened during those twenty some years including eleven children being born, raised and ready for marriage themselves…Beatrice White is eighteen years old and works as a seamstress in her mother’s shop. She remembers Claire’s desperate story of escape from Boston to become her uncle Edmund’s mail-order bride. Beatrice is thankful she doesn’t have to go to such extremes because she already has her eyes set on one particular boy. But he doesn’t pay her any attention and he doesn’t seem to care for her at all.Augustine Kitchener is struggling to earn enough money to buy himself a small ranch. He secretly loves Beatrice, but he can’t let her know that because he doesn’t feel he deserves her yet. When she starts stepping out with John, the wealthy rancher’s son, he begins to lose hope of ever winning her heart. What grueling work does Gus engage in to prove his worth to Beatrice? Will he have time to claim Beatrice as his betrothed or has John already asked for her hand in marriage?Find out what happens in this tender tale of love.Enjoy this Sweet Clean Historical Western Romance short story of courage, faith, determination, hope and true love…This book is part of the Children of Laramie Brides Series, a continuation of the much-loved Mail Order Brides of Laramie Series. Each book is a stand-alone story but should be read in chronological order for the best reading experience as you meet your favorite characters again and again with each new book. Great LOW PRICE and Always FREE on Kindle Unlimited or Kindle Prime Eliza King’s Clean Mail-Order Bride Historical Western Romance Series are enjoyed by all ages from Teen & Young Adult to a more mature audience.
About the Author
Eliza is an avid reader and storyteller of romance fiction. She grew up in a Christian home and fondly remembers family camping trips to Yellowstone National Park where the wildlife was abundant and the forest vast. it was fun to imagine what life must have been like for the early pioneers in Wyoming.All of Eliza's books are clean historical romance with adventurous tales, memorable characters, and romantically happy endings! Above all else, she loves to write Mail Order Bride historical romance, but also enjoys to pen Regency romance to satisfy all of her readers. Eliza has a free Mail Order Bride book for you.
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