It’s 1886 love is starting to warm the hearts of three sisters on their way to snowy Denver Colorado.
This historical, inspirational Western holiday romance trilogy is about three East Coast sisters Clara, Martha and Emma and how they go through physical and emotional challenges for the betterment of their selves and their future families out West. It is a tale of adventure, trials, tribulations and miracles that test their faith for the improvement of their families. They turn around their tragic circumstances with strong faith and discover genuine men and true love.
Meet Martha, big sister Clara has been taking care of her due to the fact that she walks with a distinct limp and is a little shy. She wants to be a woman doctor which means she would be the first one in Wyoming but she has little money to pay for this education and also has low self-esteem. This story is about her uphill battle to improve herself and find true love.
"Twenty-eight-year-old and still unattached bachelor seeking an intelligent, relatively self-sufficient lady for marriage. Must be able to accept invisible warts, a few bad habits, and a complete inability to cook for himself. Looks not as important as character. I'm not perfect, and I don't expect my future bride-to-be to be either. Pleasant, compassionate, and kindhearted will be enough to start."
Reply, Daniel Caruthers, General delivery, Fort Collins, Colorado
- Can Martha accept Daniels bad habits and invisible warts?
- Can Martha succeed in a profession dominated by men?
- Can Martha and Daniel find true love in their inward and outward imperfections?
Jump on the wagon and help deliver Daniel Caruthers beautiful handmade furniture to Denver in a snowstorm, hold on it will be a windy and cold ride! You will get to know Martha and where her real courage comes from. Also know her lovely sisters, and see for yourself firsthand that miracle that happens in the little church nicknamed Sanctuary on the tree-covered mountains of Colorado.
“This is a Christmas holiday story about fear, faith, miracles and true love.”