Montana Ranchers and Brides series
Trent’s Montana Bride is a sweet, clean Western historical romance with a happy ever after.
Recently widowed Chloe Wilder has a young baby to care for, nowhere to go, and an uncertain future. The last thing she expects is a marriage proposal from a rancher who she barely knows.
Successful ranch owner Trent McIntyre has just lost his best friend. Trent never thought he’d have to marry, but he made a promise to Lucas Wilder that he’d look after Chloe if she was left a widow.
Trent is a man of his word, even if it means giving up his life as a bachelor with a reputation and settling down with a wife and baby.
Chloe and Trent agree to marry. But it will be strictly a marriage in name only. Can they build a life together in Montana as a family, while resisting the obvious attraction they are both beginning to feel for each other?
The new story in the Montana Ranchers and Brides series is now available.
It’s on Amazon
I hope you all like it. Trent and Chloe both had to make great sacrifices to start a new life together on Trent’s ranch. I really felt for them as I was writing the story, and I hope you enjoy reading the story as much as I loved writing it.
Let me know what you think of it.
Devlin’s Montana Bride (Sweet, clean Western Historical Romance)(Montana Ranchers Brides series)
This is the second in a series of sweet historical romances, Montana Ranchers Brides.
Montana Ranchers Brides series
Devlin’s Montana Bride is a sweet, clean Western historical romance with a happy ever after.
Handsome Montana rancher Devlin Cooper has no plans to marry, especially after being jilted at the last minute by his former fiance. But when he’s faced with losing his ranch to a rival rancher the only option is to marry a beautiful stranger.
Feisty Elise Macleod has no intention of giving in to her father’s demands that she marry elderly rancher Bart Caulfield. He’s just too old and too mean. Her only escape from the threat of a loveless marriage is to agree to Devlin Cooper’s surprise proposal.
If Devlin and Elise enter into a marriage of convenience they’ll both get what they need. All they have to do is stay married in name only.
But can they resist the sudden attraction they both feel for each other? And can they overcome the obstacles that stand in their way to a future life on Devlin’s Montana ranch?
Nathan’s Montana Bride (Sweet Historical Mail Order Bride Romance) (Montana Ranchers Brides series)
The Boston lady broke her promise to marry him, so the Montana rancher came to get her.
Abigail Long had promised to become Nathan Grantly’s mail order bride. But she had changed her mind at the last minute. The tragedy that had struck had made it unthinkable that she go to Montana and start a new life with a man she hadn’t even met.
Tall, handsome Nathan Grantly wasn’t the kind of rancher to take no for an answer. The widower had a prosperous ranch to run and he needed a wife to bring up his young daughter. So Nathan did what came naturally. He came to claim his wife.
Will Abby be able to resist Nathan and the lure of her new life in Montana? And what will Nathan do when he finds out the real reason Abby was reluctant to become his wife, and what it means for their future together? Can Abby fulfil her dreams in the wilds of Montana?
This is the first in a new series of sweet historical romances, Montana Ranchers Brides.
Mail Order Blessing. A sweet, full length, complete mail order bride romance novel with a happy ever after.
Sweetheart Falls’ town matchmaker Hettie Longfellow has finally found a husband for young, eager to marry, Rachel. Or so Rachel thinks. But there’s one obstacle. Aaron Caldigate doesn’t want to settle down in town. Then there’s the problem of Aaron’s past and how it stands in the way of Rachel’s chances of married bliss.
Aaron Caldigate is a man who keeps his word. He’s returning to Sweetheart Falls because he promised he’d come back after completing his training as a lawyer. But he’s not planning on staying, especially since his mother has taken it upon herself to find him a bride!
However he hasn’t counted on a very determined and beautiful young bride-to-be who is going to do everything she can to persuade him that Sweetheart Falls is the only place to settle down, and that she is the only woman for him.
I really hope you like the story. Let me know by leaving a review at Amazon. It will help me make the next novels in the series even better.
Thank you all for your wonderful support. I’m so glad you liked the previous novels. They were both bestsellers in Historical Romance for which I am truly grateful.
I have really enjoyed writing the stories of three sisters in the West and their individual struggles to find love and happiness.
Let me know what kinds of stories you’d like to read about brides in Sweetheart Falls.
Just published a new historical romance novel, Mail Order Vows.
Brides of Sweetheart Falls series: Book One. A sweet, full length, mail order bride romance novel with an HEA guaranteed.
On the verge of giving up on a future in the growing Wyoming town of Sweetheart Falls, and heading back to an uncertain life back East, recently widowed mail order bride Cassie Miller is given a final chance at happiness.
Soon Cassie finds out she has no choice but to marry handsome ex lawman Ethan Macleod. However, can she make a new life while trying to come to terms with the loss of her beloved husband Joshua?
Can she really trust Ethan, the man the entire town agrees would make a perfect husband? How come he already knows so much about Cassie?
And just how far will he go to prove to her that he is worthy of being her new husband?
Sweetheart Falls, Wyoming is an imaginary town that I wish had existed in 1878 the year during which the novel is set. Everyone in the town is doing their utmost to build a community. It is a new beginning for so many people who have moved West in search of fresh possibilities. I wanted to capture that sense of determination and strength through the characters in the novel.
At the same time it is a romance novel and I just love reading romance novels of all types. I really wanted to give my characters a happy ever after. (Not before putting them through all kinds of pleasant challenges, though.)
I hope you like it if you read it. If you have read it please let me know what you thought of it. What you liked and even (shock horror!) didn’t like. I’d love to know what you enjoy in Western romance novels, particularly of the marriage of convenience type. (Those are my favorites)