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Fallen: Four Historical Romances

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The Cowboy’s Tiny Treasure - A Little Person who is an acrobat in a circus decides she wants a family and children more than anything else, so she corresponds with a cowboy out west who has children. The Overweight Fish Seller From Maine - An overweight woman from Maine is tired of running her father’s fish selling shop and spending her days hacking off fish heads, so she decides to take a chance on love and travels to California and a rancher with three children. Lottie & Emmett’s Story - An overweight mail order bride with three dead husbands as a record of accomplishment, goes out to meet a cowboy in California, at the Yuma Arizona train station, as that’s the closest to his mountain cabin in California. Emma Travels To Her Arizona Rancher, Malory, By Oxcart - A woman from an upper class English family decides to become a mail order bride to an Arizona rancher, but is shocked when she realizes the potentially harsh life ahead on the days-long... More > journey to his remote ranch by oxcart< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365399312
Edition
First Edition
Published
September 15, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
112.98 KB

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