Mail Order Bride: Innocent Child And Cowboy Rescue Abused Grieving Mother

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Mail Order Bride: Innocent Child And Cowboy Rescue Abused Grieving Mother is a 20,000-word western romance novelette that takes place in the mid-1800s.

Victoria Kuhn is abused daily by her husband, while she desperately tries to shield her son from the violence. Jack Kuhn soon leaves Victoria and their five-year-old son to fend for themselves, after growing tired of them and desiring to be with other women. Although proving a trying ordeal to raise her son, Victoria took comfort in knowing that she and her child were safe from their abuser. After things start picking up in her life, her son is soon killed in an accident. Victoria then goes into a state of deep depression and lives a life of loneliness. Her only source of human contact came from Michael, a 12-year-old boy who truly cares about her well-being. He eventually convinces her to respond to a mail order bride advertisement from a God-fearing Texas cowboy, which she reluctantly agrees to. Victoria hopes that God is truly speaking through this young boy, and that He will guide her to a love that she has never felt before. Soon enough, Jack Kuhn eventually returns back home, and vows to put an end to her pursuit of happiness.

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