JULIA'S ARRANGED MARRIAGE
Julia Hollister's father is having a difficult time making ends meet, and the only option he sees is to marry off his daughters. Stone Michaels has become a successful rancher. He has everything he wants, except for one thing: a family. After he realizes there is very little chance of finding a single woman where he is in the mountains of Colorado, he responds to Mr. Hollister's letter about Julia. Stone offers no promises but states that he will cover her travel expenses, and she can stay with the pastor and his wife until he is ready to marry her. Will Julia willingly marry Stone, or will she return to her home in Virginia alone?
MAMMIE'S MAIL ORDER BRIDE
When Mammie announced 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 expects him to marry her.
Stephen has every intention of putting her back on the stage and sending her home, until he see's her lovely face and the four nieces and nephews she had to bring along.
Will Stephen allow himself to fall in love or will Sally be given away to the most eligible bachelor in Waterhole, Texas.
MISMATCHED IN TEXAS
n the quaint community of Poetry, Texas, Belinda Bauer spies an opportunity. The tiny town is filled with loggers and railroad men in need of wives, so she sets herself up as a marriage broker. At her invitation, potential brides begin to arrive in Poetry. There’s only one problem: Belinda doesn’t have a clue what she’s doing and all the brides marry the wrong men! One client is particularly unhappy. George Kaufman, the local barber, has lost more than one prospective wife to Belinda’s fumbled attempts. For some reason, she just can’t seem to find George’s "perfect match," though it’s not for lack of trying. Is there a poetic ending in store for George— and for Belinda, herself? NOTE: This novel previously released as Love Finds You in Poetry Texas
THE PAYBACK BRIDE
n a Handcarved Christmas, Sam Cooper sends for a mail-order bride for his older brother Ben. Now, the tables have turned, a little minute of a thing, dressed in frills and ribbons, arrives on his doorstep talking a mile a minute. Sam's sister-in-law thought this Christmas was the perfect time to pay Sam back for his stunt the year before.
City girl, Abigail Rogers, has nowhere to turn after the death of her parents which left her destitute. She corresponds with Laura Cooper for several months, then decides Sam sounds perfect. The gruff, handsome rancher and harsh Montana winters are nothing like she'd dreamed of, but soon, she recognizes the beauty of the landscape and the kindness in Sam's heart. Still, will she want to stay come spring?
Can these two set aside a world of differences to see the true gift in front of them?