Fanny’s Flaws

Fanny’s Flaws
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Series: Historical Tales of Western Brides, Book 13
Genres: Christian Living, Christian Romance, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Mail Order Bride, Pioneer, Western
Publisher: Royce Cardiff Publishing House
ASIN: B01DFLXVWE

Clean and Wholesome American mail order bride historical western short story romance.

It’s 1889 real beauty and love are being discovered in the wild Montana mountains.

Meet Fanny Danforth, after a terrifying encounter, she is left with a horrible scar on her face and she has become a recluse. She is unhappy and no local New York City man will have her. After hearing about a friend successfully marrying a man out West and being happy, crazy wild friend Elizabeth urges her to respond to the mail-order bride ad in the paper to a successful rancher in Montana.

Did she mention the physical imperfection to Benjamin in their letters?

What mistakes did she make that nearly cost her life?

What event drives Annie into picking up a revolver and pointing it at…?

Her eyes were wide. “I didn’t…”

“You vowed to obey me!”

“I’m sorry!” Fanny began to cry. “I’m sorry.”

Benjamin yanked her to his chest, wrapped his arms around her, and kissed her full on the mouth. It was a moment before either of them came back to the present. Fanny’s eyes were hazy as she stared up at her husband, who looked suddenly tender.

“Don’t you ever scare me like that again.”

Get dress comfortable it’s a long journey from New York City out to Montana. Where you may encounter bears, cougars, snakes and the like. You’ll meet the Jameson brothers Richard, Paul and our soon to be married, handsome Benjamin. Meet the lovely in law gals Grace and Denise. Of course Fanny with her internal and external scars. Her wild New York City friend Elizabeth. Also, bring your gun you just might need it!

....“a story of hope, fear, romance, suspense and true love.”....
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