Mail-Order Brides of the West
DarcyeBook - 2014
High-Society lady Darcy Russell overhears her half-brother Holden plotting with a notorious robber baron to steal her inheritance, including a threat to harm her if she doesn't cooperate. The only way for Darcy to stay safe is to flee the East coast and marry to regain control of her fortune. All she asks for is a husband who lives in the country, is kind, and will match her intellectual interests, especially with modern philosophy. Shy Gideon Walker has escaped the pressures and abuse of his family and found a refuge in the forest around Sweetwater Springs, Montana. There, he's created a fairy-tale setting and crafts whimsical furniture, which few people ever see. An avid reader and student of philosophy, he longs for a wife to love and to share his gentle abode. Yet, he can't bring himself to go out into the world to find her. When neighboring mail-order bride, Lina Barrett sets up the match between the two, Darcy believes she's found her safe haven, until her secrets catch up with her. Mail-Order Brides of the West: Darcy takes place simultaneously with Mail-Order Brides of the West: Kathryn and is set seven years before Wild Montana Sky. See Caroline Fyffe's companion book, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Kathryn, to find out what happens to Darcy's friend and fellow mail-order bride when she travels to Y Knot, Montana.1880s Mail-Order Brides of the West Series in order:Mail-Order Brides of the West: Trudy Mail-Order Brides of the West: Evie Mail-Order Brides of the West: Heather Mail-Order Brides of the West: Lina Watch for more exciting Mail-Order Brides of the West books to come. Montana Sky Series Beneath Montana's Sky (1883)1890s Wild Montana Sky Starry Montana Sky Stormy Montana Sky Painted Montana Sky Montana Sky Christmas Sweetwater Springs Christmas Glorious Montana Sky (Fall, 2014).--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Debra Holland, 2014.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource.
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