Mail Order Bride: Pauline Prayer Warrior: Inspirational Historical Western Romance (Sanctuary Mission Book 2)

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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 Pauline: a woman traveling by train to far away Texas to become a Mail Order Bride. She is a good Christian woman so the possibility to spread the word of God is always on her mind. On the way west, her stagecoach is attacked by Apache. The driver is killed, but the warriors hesitate when another passenger, a Catholic priest shows his crucifix and speaks to the wild men in a calm voice.
Knowing that Pauline and her young sister, are also Christians the priest tells them to show their crosses, which they do. The Apache are superstitious, but Pauline believes that the Lord has put this task before her: to teach the Apaches the Word of God and show Christ-like love. She gets her chance sooner than she expects when the chief decides she should go to the village to “cure” a sick warrior. Hindered by language barriers, the language of God’s love comes through loud and clear.


Will she actually get to her Mail Order Husband? What will this experience lend to her young and impressionable sister?

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 circumstances with faith and discover real men and true love.
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