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Is letting go of her past worth losing her future... Looking at the present: Retired US Calvary officer Bryan MacConnell hopes to find the one thing that's eluded him--a family. When his home is destroyed, he gathers his grandfather and heads West, determined to start a new life in Indian Territory. Looking for the past: Megan Floyd is determined to discover the truth behind her parents' murders and the fate of her brother. With her adopted brother, she joins a small wagon train headed east. As much as she loves the family who raised her, Megan yearns for a family of her own. Looking to the future: When marauding Indians and wild weather toss Bryan and Megan together, will they be torn apart? Or will they discover what they've both been searching for--a life full of love and family?
About the Author
At a very young age, Heidi Vanlandingham 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 romance. Her stories make you laugh, groan, or cry along with her characters. Heidi graduated with a BA in Science, English emphasis, from the University of Central Oklahoma with two minors in Business Administration and History. She also has an Associates in Art degree from Rose State Community College. Her writing includes: Mail-Order Brides of the Southwest 6-book series, Western Trails 3-book series, book #16 in the American Mail-Order Brides series, a 50-book, 50-author series, and a short-stories holiday romance box set, 6 stories in five genres. A World War II romance with paranormal elements is soon to be released as well as a fantasy-paranormal romance series. Born and raised in Oklahoma, Heidi grew up learning about Indian Territory. But it wasn’t until after several people she knew commented about all Native American men wearing loincloths and all tribes living in teepees that she wrote Trail of Hope, the first book in her Western Trails series. Her books in this series strive to explain the differences between tribes and how they really lived. The Native cultures are diverse and truly wonderful to read about and experience firsthand. Heidi currently lives in Central Oklahoma with her husband and youngest son. For more information about Heidi, visit her at Website, Facebook, or GoodReads