The Woodworker's Mail-Order Bride

The Woodworker's Mail-Order Bride

by Heidi Vanlandingham


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Can a handsome bachelor running from his past slow down long enough to fall in love?

Ashamed of his criminal past, Anthony Trevain is living the solitary life he wants, but when he finds himself raising his orphaned younger sister, he's forced to take a bride. Marriage to Rebecca is nothing like he thought, each day a struggle as he tries to keep his past a secret and his wife at arms' length. To provide for his new family, he must accept a job from the one man who could put him back in the criminal life.

To escape the clutches of her society-driven mother, Rebecca Townsend flees Baltimore as a mail-order bride. When she arrives in the mining town of Creede, Colorado, nothing is as she thought it would be. Rebecca falls in love with the stranger she married, but does Anthony love her enough to make their marriage work?

A series of incidents puts Rebecca and Anthony, their family, and friends in grave danger. Will their new family be torn apart before they can come together?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538050767
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 11/02/2017
Series: Mail-Order Brides of the Southwest , #5
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Heidi Vanlandingham currently lives in Central Oklahoma with her husband and two sons. At a very young age, she discovered a need to travel and a love for books and writing. It didn’t matter what implement found its way into her hand—pencil, pen, or crayon (red and green were her favorites)—she rewrote all her favorite stories by scribbling her (often unintelligible) words over the printed pages of her picture books. Thankfully, her technique has improved, and she currently writes historical western, snarky fantasy, and paranormal stories.

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