Austin Barrington is nervous - but hopeful - when his mail order bride, Georgia Langley, steps off the train. From the few letters they've exchanged, it seems they have a lot of the same ideals and goals. He is concerned that an educated young lady from Boston might be scared, bored - or both - living on a ranch in Wyoming, but he hopes she will be able to adjust and that they will make a good couple.
"So well done"
Sarah has a new house in a new town and a new career. Everything she thought she wanted. She even has a wonderful new friend - and he lives right across the street. How could you not adore a man who is always there to help in the most basic ways, such as taking her garbage out when she forgets? Of course, she isn't really looking for a relationship and especially not one involving a man who has a rather shocking way of dealing with her tendency to forget things.
Jake Hamilton thought he had his hands full when he inherited his grandfather's ranch at a young age. But he was shocked two years later when he was told he was to inherit his neighbor's ranch, as well, with one proviso. He was to watch after his neighbor's 19-year-old daughter, keeping her safe and providing a place for her to live until she married.