Series: Brides of Blackthorn Manor, Book 0
Genres: Christian Living, Christian Romance, Frontier, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Mail Order Bride, Pioneer, Victorian, Western
Publisher: Royce Cardiff Publishing House
Length: 58 pages

It’s 1886 and three well-trained young ladies are looking for love out West.

This prequel is the introduction to this historical inspirational Western romance trilogy. You will be introduced to three wealthy young ladies. It’s the end of the Civil War, not only do these gals lose their wealth but also the families. This is their story of how they arrived at Blackthorn Manor to be trained to become a preferred marriage partner to be paired off with a fine gentleman out in the Wild West. This is their trials, tribulations, hardship and pain in their creation of friendships and true love.

Meet Miss Sarah Anderson, Miss Alicia Halsted, and Miss Elizabeth (Liz) Hamilton have their own tragic story. However, with the help of Mrs. Ruth Blackthorn and her assistant Miss Channing, they attempt to give the girls training and information to set them apart and possibly regain many things that they have lost, not just money.

  • Can the girls indeed forgive and forget their pasts and move on to a bright future?
  • Is Mrs. Blackthorn too hard of a taskmaster and has she created a bridal factory where her students will reject her?
  • Can they all find true love out West with men they never met?

Grab your horses and go for a ride over to Blackthorn Manor in the lovely, hot and sticky Shreveport Louisiana. Hang out with the young ladies there, learn how to bake, clean, make a dress and speak French. Most importantly, learn that strong faith can be the answer to all of your prayers.

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

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A clean novelette American mail order bride Western historical romance book.

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