Wealthy and privileged, Emma Winston never thought she would be forced to travel west as a Mail Order Bride, but she never expected to lose both her parents and have her money swept away from her, either. With nothing left for her in Boston, she packs what she can heads west to Star Creek, where she will marry Jim Hagan. But life on the farm is nothing like life back in Boston, Emma struggles with the simplest chores. Already wondering if she can survive this life in the wild, Emma's world only gets harder when she is tasked with the care of a baby!
Clara Tempest in is trouble. Widowed and in debt...a lot of debt, she is all but imprisoned by her creditors. And the biggest shock of her life comes: she is sold off to become a mail order bride for a cowboy. Clara is informed of her husband's debt before the grave diggers have even had time to fill up the grave with dirt. She finds herself having to work off the impossibly large debt or face debtor's prison. She was all but imprisoned anyway.
When Mammie announces that Stephen needs to go to town and pick up his mail order bride, he is flabbergasted. Mammie has been writing to Sally Jersey and now expects him to marry her. Stephen has every intention of putting her back on the stage and sending her home, until he sees her lovely face and the nieces and nephews she brought. Will Stephen allow himself to fall in love, or will Sally be given away to the most eligible bachelor in Waterhole, Texas?
A young Amish man believes he will never find love. Nathan was a young man uncomfortable in his own skin. He never went out and interacted with young people his own age. Until his parents forced him to attend the singing. Martha was a beautiful young woman who decided that she would talk to Nathan. That was until her attention was captured by the tall, handsome Andrew Troyer. The young man that made all the Amish girl's blush. Who would win Martha's heart?
An Amish girl is abandoned by her boyfriend, who leaves the community for an English life. Will the boyfriend's brother fill his shoes? Ruth King is left stunned when Jacob Miller leaves the Amish community without even saying goodbye. As she searches for answers she finds that Issac, Jacob's brother, seems to be attracted to her. As the weeks go by, the two draw closer. However, a strange letter leaves Issac fearful for the future.