Series: Deadwood Dakota Clean Romance, Book 2
Genres: Christian Living, Christian Romance, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Mail Order Bride, Pioneer, Western
Publisher: Royce Cardiff Publishing House

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

It's 1875 and love is starting to blossom in the small hillside mining town of Silver City!

This series is about the four young women from the East Coast looking for love in the beautiful town of South Dakota. The stories are about their challenges, their test of faith, and their triumphs of discovering true love and real men.

Meet Natalie, a beautiful sweet young lady. When Charles passed away, Natalie devoted herself as a volunteer worker at the local church. Until her friend showed an advertisement of the "Mail Order Bride". She did not have many options, she still wanted to have a man like Charles. She followed her mother's advice and took a leap of faith, moved out to the Wild West to a small town of Silver City. But to her surprise... everything was a lie!

Where is Kyle? And why he didn't show up when she arrived at the station?

Now that she is in Kyle's rundown house, how can she live there when all her hopes are gone?

Is Walter her last hope to escape her dreadful situation?

Come along with Natalie's on this adventure in Silver City with full of hope… how she faced and escaped the danger in the Black Hills... and most of all... how her dismay became an exciting journey of self-discovery, empowerment, and love!

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