Mail Order Bride: Awkwardly Shy Teacher For Widower Cowboy And Children: A Clean Western Historical Romance


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Mail Order Bride: Awkwardly Shy Teacher For Widower Cowboy And Children is an 18,000-word western romance novelette that takes place in the mid-1800s.

An extremely shy young woman from Pennsylvania desires to be married to a Colorado cowboy. The rancher has three young children who have lost their mother, and do not want anyone to replace her role.
Lily is a special kind of woman. She’s just desperately shy and awkward around men. She began to write to Jackson to explore the possibilities, fully aware that she might face failure. When she arrived in Colorado, she did face failure, and after trying for several weeks, she decided to go home.
However, many people simply would not let her go. Among those were some friendly Indians who found the way through Lily’s shyness.
This is a lovely story of gentleness, tempered by fear, and overcome by love.

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