Series: Historical Tales of Western Brides, Book 8
Genres: Christian Romance, Frontier, Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Pioneer, Victorian, Western
Publisher: Royce Cardiff Publishing House
Length: 50 pages

It’s 1867 and sparks of love are starting between Denver Colorado and New York City!

This historical, inspirational Western romance much-loved series is about empowered women who selflessly give up everything for the improvement of their families. They turn around their tragic circumstances in this mid 18th-century tale of the old West, with strong faith and discover genuine men and true love.

Meet Catherine Murphy, a first-generation American that came from a loving, self-made, up-and-coming Irish family. New York City has been great to her however she longs for the adventures of the wild West.

However, her carpenter apprentice brother, that she loves dearly, is set up and thrown into jail, and her parents business is failing rapidly. Is something amiss? She decides to take a bold move and quickly agree to marry a lawyer/rancher out West. In hopes that she can save her brother.

  • Will Mr. James Kelly be all that he claims to be? Can she save her brother from injustice?
  • Will Catherine and James overcome their differences and find true love?
  • When Joseph gets out of jail, what is it that he wants to do that will shock everybody?
  • Why is the sighting of a solid gold coin a big turning point?

Come on over to the big apple New York City! Try and keep up with the lovely, hardworking, Irish beauty Catherine Murphy. Her loving, wonderful, caring mom, her dad Murphy, Mr. Rizzo, the bakery shop owner who's used to getting what he wants, her healthy strong-faithed brother Joseph Murphy and the Stoic lawyer/rancher/Sheriff soon-to-be husband and most of all, the gold coin.

“A story of fear, suspense, injustice, redemption and true love.”

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

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