Mail Order Brides: Under The Old Oak Tree - Doreen Milstead

Mail Order Brides: Under The Old Oak Tree

By Doreen Milstead

  • Release Date - Published: 2017-07-10
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: Doreen Milstead
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Sarah & Her Cowboy in California - A mail order bride from England arrives at a small, remote cabin in the woods surrounding San Diego and waits for her fiancé to arrive, feeling lost and isolated standing there. He eventually shows up and they are married, but a far different life evolves down the road as she copes with loneliness, boredom, the animals in the woods, and the dangers of frontier life.

The Animal Lover & The Texas Cowboy With A Withered Arm - A woman is sent to a Texas cowboy by her parents, and finds herself rapidly at odds when she finds out he doesn’t like cats because of something that happened to him as a child. They reach a sort of compromise but the man still doesn’t like cats, until one fateful night that turns out to be the pivotal point in their relationship.

The Overweight Woman Surprises The California Cowboy - An overweight woman from back east corresponds with a cowboy out west, and fearing rejection, she does not tell him about her weight. When she arrives, both the cowboy and eventually his children, lead her to believe that it may never work out and that she might not find love in the arms of her wild cowboy.

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