Mail Order Bride: That Preacher Woman: Inspirational Historical Western Romance (Sanctuary Mission Book 1)


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Read this clean and wholesome American mail order bride historical western short story romance about strong women who overcame great odds to do God’s work in the untamed American West.
Inspirational stories by Fanny West are clean and wholesome.
This mail order bride historical romance series Sanctuary Mission Series is seasoned with real historical events as well as faith and romance.
Meet Nora: a woman from New York City committed to God and to her calling as a preacher at a time when preaching was considered man’s work. She has answered a letter asking for a Mail Order Bride from a fellow preacher in the new state of Nevada. She travels by train to the town of Brandson, NV saving little lambs like Clare along the way. Once she meets her husband Joseph, Nora is reassured that he is a man of God, when he saves an Injun (Historically correct if not Politically correct) from a beating, but circumstances soon reveal Joseph’s sordid past. What secrets does he have and will these secrets come between them or will strong faith and true love persevere?
Set in the Nineteenth century in the American Old West, this historical, inspirational romance series is about strong women who courageously journey into the wild unknown as Mail Order Brides. Through perseverance and love of God, they seek the improvement of their lot in life. They turn around hopeless circumstance with faith and discover real men and true love.
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