A sampler of Christian historical western romances by half a dozen authors that’s received excellent reviews by readers, this collection is available in eBook, free to KindleUnlimited subscribers.
Now together for the first time! 6 complete Christian historical western romances that will transport you back in time and are sure to warm your heart. Whether you have just a few minutes to enjoy a novelette, or the time to really get immersed in the dust and grit of a western town, there’s something here for everyone.
Step into a day when outlaws ran free, the land was wild, and guns blazed at the drop of a hat!
After the Rain
Rand McCade made a promise to his dying wife to one day remarry. He doesn’t want to remarry, but a promise is a promise.
Pressured to marry a violent man, widowed and pregnant Lettie Morgan seeks out an agency which finds brides for men in the west.
Can two hearts, broken and grieving, put their pasts aside and blend their lives into one?
A Lady in Defiance
Charles McIntyre owns everything in the lawless mining town of Defiance. When three sisters show up stranded, alone, and offering to open a “nice” hotel, he is intrigued enough to let them stay…especially since he sees feisty middle sister Naomi as a possible conquest.
Naomi wants no part of Defiance or the saloon-owning, prostitute-keeping Mr. McIntyre. It would seem however, that God has gone to elaborate lengths to bring them together. The question is, “Why?” Does God really have a plan for each and every life?
Rocky Mountain Oasis
When Sky Jordan hears that his nefarious cousin has sent for a mail-order bride, he knows he has to prevent the marriage. No woman deserves to be left to that fate. Still, he’s as surprised as anyone to find himself standing next to her before the minister.
Brooke’s new husband turns out to be kinder than any man has ever been. But then the unthinkable happens and she holds the key that might save innocent lives but destroy Sky all in one fell swoop. It’s a choice too unbearable to contemplate…but a choice that must be made.
Luke Jordan’s mother’s dying words rang in his head. “Take these to your brothers.” His brothers? The Jordan gang of outlaws. Why did he have to waste time tracking them down?
Cat Cahill’s morning rides are a pleasant diversion from her mother’s lectures on marrying a civilized man from the east. Despite her prayers, Cat hasn’t found the man she would want to spend the rest of her life with until she runs into Luke.
One town trying to avoid a buyout, one gang worth their weight in gold, bounty hunters intent on taking the Jordan gang in more dead than alive = two in love and a bunch in trouble.
Charity’s Gold Rush
After Charity saves handsome Gabriel Williams’ daughter from being trampled he asks her to marry him. And Charity believes he’s the answer to her prayers.
Gabe and Charity agree to a marriage in name only, although Charity is upset that now that she has found a man she could see herself making a life with, he isn’t interested in anything more than someone to watch his children, and he’s a gambler to boot – just like Pa who got her into this mess.
By the beginning of the following spring, if both parties are in agreement, they’ll annul the marriage and part ways.
Neither expects love to interfere with their plans or for God to intervene with a plan of His own.
Jessie Kincaid doesn’t plan to follow in his three older brothers’ footsteps, which seems to include being bachelors.
Jessie begins writing Sarah Engle and sends her money, along with a stage coach ticket, to come see him so that they can be married.
Not everyone is happy with their decision to wed. When the preacher said, till death do you part, did he mean literally? Or can a mail order bride and her groom truly have a happily ever after ending?