Kaki Warner
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Honest, hard-working widower, age
thirty-three, seeks sturdy English-speaking
woman to help with mountain ranch and
four children.  Drinkers, whores, and
gamblers need not apply.
has to offer herself up as a mail order bride to a stranger a
thousand miles away in the Colorado Rockies.  But she hadn’t
reckoned on Declan Brodie.
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Heartbreak Creek
Not very romantic, but after one disastrous
marriage, widowed Edwina Ladoux isn’t
looking for romance.  What she wants is
safety for herself and her half-sister, and a
way out of the war torn South, even if she
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Miracle in New Hope
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Angus Wallace returns home to find his wife gone, his family
decimated by fever, and himself next in line to an earldom. His
new mission is clear--find his wife and sire heirs. His search
takes him across an ocean and half a continent, but he finally
tracks her to Heartbreak Creek, Colorado. There his biggest
challenge awaits--to convince his headstrong wife to return
home as his viscountess.
After only three letters and one visit
during her six-year marriage to a
Scottish Cavalry Officer, Maddie Wallace
decides to build a life without him.
Accepting an assignment from a London
periodical to photograph the West from
a female perspective, she sails from
England, determined to build a new life
as an independent woman.

After injury ends his military career,
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Snatched from unspeakable abuse at
the age of twelve and given a new
identity as the ward of a Manhattan
society widow, Margaret Hamilton
thinks the safety and security she
craves is at last within her reach.  But
as she exchanges wedding vows with a
ruthless and charismatic railroad mogul,
a shocking revelation sends her fleeing
her own wedding…with a valise full of
railroad stock certificates.
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Amidst the snowy peaks of the Rocky
Mountains in 1871, Daniel Hobart
keeps to himself—a man with a hole in
his heart that matches the scar on his
face. But when Daniel starts having
visions of a young girl crying out for
help, he begins to fear that solitude
may have caused him to lose his mind.
Determined to find out the truth about
the mysterious girl, Daniel travels into
New Hope and learns that she’s the
missing daughter of widow Lacy Ellis.
After a year of heartbreak, Lacy isn’t sure what to make of
Daniel’s claims of seeing her daughter. But when he sets out
to find Hannah on his own, Lacy decides to join him, allowing
herself one last chance to hope. And as they retrace the long-
cold trail of Hannah’s disappearance, two broken people
manage to take some small comfort in each other, and in the
possibility of a miracle…