She’s mending a broken heart.
Set to marry one of New York’s most eligible bachelors, Emma Ford never thought she would fall from high society’s grace. When her father loses the family fortune, however, her family not only loses everything, but she loses her husband-to-be’s affections. She leaves New York with her brother, heartbroken and disgraced, hoping to make a new life for herself in Montana.
He’s a Calvary Soldier riding with his unit.
James Garrison never wanted a post at a fort in the middle of nowhere. But that’s the post he got. Lacking the motivation to do much in his new digs and struggling with a bad attitude about everything, his commander orders him to travel with a wagon train heading across the plains; he does as told and joins them, offering his protection through the rough terrain.
When bandits move in on the wagon train, the hostilities become more than James or Emma had bargained for. Can James keep the wagon train safe? Or will the bandits make off with not only horses and cattle but a pretty blonde whom James has fallen for?
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“I lived in books more than I lived anywhere else.” ― Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane