A new, never-before issued bundle—ROMANCING THE WILDERNESS—containing three full-length, binge-worthy novels by award-winning historical romance and western author Dorothy Wiley. The set includes WILDERNESS TRAIL OF LOVE, NEW FRONTIER OF LOVE, and WHISPERING HILLS OF LOVE, more than 900 pages of heroes, suspense, and tender romance. Set in 1797, these frontier stories seamlessly blend breathtaking action with family, friendship, and laughter. Highly rated, together they have a 4.6 star rating with 831 reviews! WILDERNESS TRAIL OF LOVE - Dreaming of building a better life, Stephen and Jane set out across the American frontier in search of a place to call home. But as they bravely plunge through the unexplored formidable wilderness, will their love be as strong as their courage? A robust blend of adventure and action, heartache and humor, with romance and passion, this riveting tale breaches the walls of time, bringing readers to a young America, where romance and danger are as powerful as the wilderness. NEW FRONTIER OF LOVE - A pulse-pounding page-turner set on America's romantic frontier! Captain Sam Wyllie lost too much in the Revolutionary War, and he's determined to safeguard his heart. When he meets widowed Catherine Adams, Sam commits himself to protecting her from the dangers of frontier life—but can he protect himself from the dangers of love? The Revolutionary War left Sam battle-hardened. His courageous but cold heart defies danger—and love. His only fear is love. He is determined to make a fresh start with his brothers, not Catherine, in the far West, the new state of Kentucky. But drawn to Sam's keen intelligence, harsh masculinity, and rugged warrior facade, Catherine decides the west holds a chance for real love. WHISPERING HILLS OF LOVE - After years of pain, Kelly leaves her remote home in the Virginia mountains for the Kentucky wilderness. But as she confronts the uncertainties of the frontier, she finds her feelings for handsome sheriff William growing stronger and more complicated. William keeps his attraction to Kelly hidden, to give her time to heal and to become the strong woman he knows she can be. As the brave sheriff of Boonesborough, on the very edge of the wilderness, William knows how to challenge difficulties head-on. But Kelly’s heart-rending problems mount with frightening speed as harrowing forces confront her. William seeks to protect Kelly from further trauma, but he also helps her learn to find strength from within. To do that, she must confront the hardest person to be honest with—herself. These heart jolting historical western romances blend high action, heroism, and humor with love and passion as powerful and beautiful as the wilderness. Wiley's American Wilderness Series Romances are captivating historical romances that are fresh and unblinkingly gritty. A writer of intelligent, heart-pounding novels, Wiley adeptly balances the hardships of the frontier with amusing, romantic, and vivid characters you will long remember. "There is no question, Dorothy Wiley is one of the best American Historical Romance writers today." - Amanda Hughes, bestselling historical romance author Dorothy Wiley writes engaging characters and paints vivid word pictures in tales of romance and adventure. Treat yourself to love and excitement by reading one of her books." - Caroline Clemmons , historical western romance author
Book Length: Epic Novel - 650+ PagesHistorical fiction is a literary genre in which the narrative takes place in the past. Historical books capture the particulars of the time as correctly as possible to get authenticities, such as societal norms, ways, habits, and traditions. Historical fiction is put in a real location during a culturally recognizable moment. The facts and the actions from the narrative can be a mixture of real occasions and ones in the writer's creativity as they fill in the gaps. Characters may be pure fiction or based on actual people. But what about them and their look and attitudes, how they talk, and issues that they face, everything which should match the era.
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