Through nine historical romance adventures, readers will journey along with individuals who are ready to stake a claim and plant their dreams on a piece of the great American plains. While fighting land disputes, helping neighbors, and tackling the challenges of nature the homesteaders are placed in the path of other dreamers with whom romance sparks. And God has His hand in orchestrating each unique meeting.
Homestead on the Range by Mary Conneally Widower Elle Winter meets new homesteader Colin Samuelson on the Nebraska prairie, but the attraction between them is soon dampened by the discovery that they have seven children between them. Soon their children are working against them to bring the two families together.
Priceless Pearl by Darlene Franklin Rick Eady grew up knowing how to make do with little, while America Barton grew up having plenty. When they secure claims near each other in the Oklahoma Land Rush, Rick often comes to the aide of the inept Barton family and their pretty daughter.
Proving Up by Carla Olson Gade Elsa Lindquist applies her scientific theories to growing trees on the Nebraska plains, intruding on a handsome homesteaders hard work and experience. Will their dreams come to ruin, or will love prove their success?
Prairie Promises by Ruth Logan Herne Jack ODonnell storms onto the Nebraska homestead determined to take his widowed mother back East with him. But he finds her fit and determined to stay; plus she has taken a pregnant widowrumored to be crazyunder her wing who wouldnt survive without his mothers help.
This Land Is Our Land by Pam Hillman Caught in an early blizzard, orphan Mollie Jameson is frantic to make it to Lincoln, Nebraska, to claim land her father homesteaded six months ago. If she cant get there in time, her family will be homeless. Then in steps a foot-loose and fancy-free cowboy willing to help them along the trail, but can they trust him to race for the land office with their deed?
Flaming Starr by DiAnn Mills Starr Matthews arrives at her Texas homestead only to find it already claimed by a widower and his children, who have been praying for a mother. Starr has money, but she has no skills; while Aaron Conrad has the homesteading skills, but no money for supplies. Can they work as a team?
A Palace on the Plains by Erica Vetsch Julie Farrington arrives at a Nebraska homestead as hired seamstress for an upcoming wedding. Cyrus Haskell is content being a widowed father and doesnt need to be distracted by who he considers a high-falutin city girluntil a natural disaster puts her worth to the test.
Waiting on a Promise by Becca Whitham Marta Vogels fianc left over a year ago to claim land in Oklahoma, and she is tired of his excuses that keep her from joining him. Karl Reinhart is locked in a bitter land dispute. When Marta arrives uninvited and unannounced, her presence is more than a trifling distraction. She just may cause him to lose everything.
The Bogus Bride of Creed Creek by Kathleen Y'Barbo The last thing Iz McBride expects to find when he returns home to his Texas ranch is a pregnant wife. Apparently, his pregnant wife. Yet everyone in Creed Creek seems to love Cora McBride. The only trouble is, shes an imposter. Now Iz must decide whether to evict the woman or marry her.