Series: Copper City, Book 2
Genres: Christian Living, Christian Romance, Frontier, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Mail Order Bride, Pioneer, Victorian, Western
Publisher: Royce Cardiff Publishing House

It's 1893 and love is starting to warm up in this mountaintop town of Jerome, Arizona.

This inspirational historical Western romance series is about empowered women who turn around their disabilities and hopeless circumstances in the late 18th century. The stories take place in the mining town of Jerome Arizona where there are only a few decent women and lots of nefarious activities.

Meet Audrey, she became dreadfully ill at the age of 5 which caused her to go blind. Her parents put her in a local girl's home for the disabled so she can be properly cared for. Her handicap made her an easy target for bullying especially from the troublemaker boys who follows her around like a pack of wolves. She got traumatized, and that left her emotionally scarred.

Her good friend Sophia urged her to write to Henry McCoy in regards to marriage. Everything is going smoothly for the newlyweds. However, It's been two weeks, and Audrey still hasn't consummated the marriage.

  • Will Audrey get past her traumatic childhood experience?
  • Henry is seen following a Lady of the evening, Is it too late to save this marriage?
  • Could a horrible Town incident bond their relationship or break them apart?

Come out West to this boomtown of Jerome, Arizona. Make sturdy shoes with understanding Henry, meet the kind and wise pastor and get to know our heroine Audrey, who's already emotionally scarred from traumatic childhood experiences, but still gives her all in hopes of finding true love.

"This is a story about tragedy, fear, faith, triumph and true love."

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