Each of these historical novellas is set on the open plains when saying "I do" also most often meant committing to a life of hard work against the backbreaking soil. But, love has the ability to shine over any circumstance and light the bride's eyes with sparkles of hope.
The Bride's Song by Linda Ford
Adventurous pioneers couldn't resist the vast open plains - fertile land that possessed a unique beauty. Although backbreaking work, fear, and death severed many families who attempted to tame the Great Plains, many more found love and faith on which to build strong families. Can The Bride's Song change for Dora Grant before the music of love drifts away on the wind?