Meet Summer Percy. She lost the only family she had, there's no work to be found for her in Pennsylvania, and her meager savings is almost finished. After her father died in a carriage accident, she finds herself traveling for three weeks by train to the tiny town of Laramie to marry the local US Marshal, which she has never met. She meets Mary, an older woman who was a successfully married mail order bride. She shares a secret that could change everything.
Meet June Dennings - her husband died, she's running out of money, there is no good local man left to marry. She takes a giant leap of faith accepts an offer of marriage and a train ticket to becoming a mail-order bride on a faraway dry, dusty desert town of Amarillo to marry a cattle rancher that she had corresponded with only four times and has never met!
Meet Rayne: she ain't getting any younger, and it's slim pickings for eligible men in her tiny Wisconsin town of Taylor Falls. Her sense of adventure and encouragement by family to go out west and seek love kicks in! She travels two weeks by train and three days by a bouncy horse stagecoach that leaves her bruised and battered so she can arrive in a newly developing town called Bozeman to marry the local veterinarian whom she has never met.
This much-loved historical, inspirational Western romance series, based in the mid-18th century of the old West, is about empowered women who turn around their hopeless circumstances, with strong faith, and discover authentic men and true love. Meet Winter: she has been scandalized and put to shame in her beloved town of Bangor Maine. Unable to go to her local church and support herself after the incident, she takes the only option she has to seek marriage far away from all of this pain and suffering.
Come on up and celebrate the first 100 years of America in this newly incorporated town in the mountains of Arizona called Flagstaff. Enjoy the fresh air from the tall pine trees and the rough and gruff Mr. Ryan Anderson, who's just sent off for a new bride, the most helpful local folks, 12 chickens and the lovely, with a positive attitude, Autumn Clancy.