A Fiery Bride For A Wounded Sheriff
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After a tragic family accident, love is the last thing in her mind. Can he save her from cutting herself off from love and happiness? Mae, the only daughter of a rancher, has the local sheriff in her sights for a husband. They aren’t courting, but after Mae’s father comes back from his month-long business trip, she’s sure they will be. Josiah is to periodically stop in and check on Mae and her mother, and the ladies are quick to invite him to supper several evenings a week. Soon, though, trouble comes in the form of a wagon accident that leaves Mae’s father dead and her mother in a deep depression. Josiah still makes it his business to stop in and check on them, and he decides to propose to Mae. He's confused when she turns him down, not realizing she's cut herself off from love. But when Mae receives a series of mysterious and threatening letters, she turns to Josiah for help. He wonders if they'll be able to overcome the forces seemingly working against them. Will Mae learn to love again, or will Josiah's heart be broken? If you like fast-paced clean romance and action-packed stories, you won't be able to put down this addictive Novel by Felicity Wells. "A Fiery Bride For A Wounded Sheriff" is a stand-alone Western Historical Romance Novel of approximately 500 pages. Get this Book FREE With Kindle Unlimited!
Western is fiction books, movies, and tv genres. Westerns are mostly placed in the 19th and early 20th century in the Western United States and tell the stories of cowboys, lands, and also outlaws investigating the western frontier and taming the Wild West. Westerns frequently stress the harshness of the wilderness and often place the action within an arid, barren landscape of hills and deserts. This genre generally portrays the conclusion of what's considered the"idealized American frontier" or person against nature. If you like to read the background, then you have to add this genre to your reading cart.

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