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Trinity

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Happy Holidays!

Trinity: Bride of West Virginia is now available. My book is number 35 of a 50 book series of mail-order brides featuring a story from every state by 45 different authors of historical romance. We’ve been working hard to organize this super-secret project. Soon they will all be available, with a new release every day. Buy them or get them for free with Kindle Unlimited.

Here is Trinity’s love story:

After a fire at the Brown Textile Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts, twenty-two-year old Trinity Kroger agrees to become a mail order bride, traveling to West Virginia. Her intended, Mr. John Witherspoon, is nearly fifty-eight-years old. Shocked by the age difference, it is far too late to change her mind, the ceremony taking place immediately.

Nathanial Witherspoon tries to stop his father from making a grave mistake, arriving at City Hall too late. The shabbily dressed young woman in his father’s company cannot be his new stepmother. It would be impossible, because, although poor and uneducated, she’s the loveliest thing he has ever seen.

Trinity is drawn to Nathanial, who showers her with gifts and clothing, writing heartfelt letters. She came to West Virginia to find a place of belonging. Never could she have imagined falling in love so deeply—so passionately, yet not with her husband. Nathanial has stolen her heart, but they can never be together.

Read more about the historic 50-book mail-order bride endeavor at http://happyeverafter.usatoday.com/2015/12/10/becky-lower-american-mail-order-brides-series-kirsten-osbourne/

Find all of the mail-order brides at http://www.newwesternromance.com/

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Crystabelle

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Another Oregon Trail romance is now available on Amazon. Crystabelle: Brides of the Rockies is 99 cents for a limited time.
She’s strictly off limits… but can he resist her?

Not wanting to burden her uncle’s family any longer, Crystabelle Marx agrees to become a mail order bride, traveling with an older couple on the Oregon Trail. Her intended, Orville Davis, is waiting for her in Denver City, but it’s the wagon master, Laurence McKinney, who catches her eye. The handsome guide flirts shamelessly with her, proving to be a capable leader, but, as, the weeks wear on, the affection she feels for him continues to grow.

Laurence McKinney has been wagon master for years, helping folks travel to California. He’s seen his share of disasters and accidents. Temptation abounds, the group having rescued a wagon full of harlots heading to the mining towns in the mountains. This spells trouble in several ways, but it’s nothing compared to the lovely Crystabelle Marx, who is a constant distraction. The winsome brunette is full of sass and good-natured teasing, but Laurence knows he’s in trouble with this one. It’s ill-advised to fall in love with one of the customers… but it may already be too late.

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