- Publisher: Jenny Creek Tanner and Fire Up Your Goals LLC
- Available in: Kindle
- Published: November 7, 2015
It’s October of 1864 in the small Arizona mountain town of Haven, and the blessings of the Christmas season seem distant and sad for three young mail order brides. . .
Harriet Dunning wiped her sleeve across her forehead, wishing she were anywhere but here. This wasn’t the life she’d envisioned when she moved to America.
In “A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Andrew,” Harriet takes a friend’s advice and decides to travel to Haven, Arizona as a mail order bride. . .at the request of a young cowboy’s mother!
>>>Meet Harriet Dunning. . .
Life on her parents’ farm in the English countryside had been perfect, even idyllic, until her mother and father died from the plague. She was forced to come to America to find a new start, and leave the beauty of her home forever. A sweet letter from Mrs. Williams had given her the hope of escaping the grueling life working in the textile mills.
>>>Meet Andrew Williams. . .
All he wants is to be out on the range. Life was simple there, with fewer conversations, fewer memories, and more open land and mountains than the eye could see. He liked the fact that the cattle didn’t talk back and that his horse obeyed his every command. And now his mother had brought a pretty young woman all the way from Massachusetts to be his wife without even telling him.
>>>Two young people in need of something more in life. . .
Will Harriet’s dream of a better life be shattered, and will she find herself back in the mills again?
Will Andrew decide to allow Harriet to stay with him and his mother, or will he reject the idea of marriage?
And will they find a common passion that will bring them close and help them both build a loving life together?
This is Book 2 of “The Mail Order Brides of Haven Arizona” Christmas series. Be sure to read the other books in the series as well!
Book 1 – “A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Samuel”
Book 2 – “A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Andrew”
Book 3 – “A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Charlie”