Mail Order Mystery (Chance City #1)

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Leigh Hawthorne, a widow and local farmer in Beckham, Massachusetts, enlists the services of Elizabeth Miller, the creator of the nationally published, Groom’s Gazette, to find a husband. Leigh is a strong woman, who knows her own mind, and she’s willing to travel across the country to Oklahoma to in the hope of finding love again.
She answers a letter from Cyrus Decker, a former Pinkerton detective, who is searching for a woman with ranching expertise. As far as Leigh’s concerned, it’s the perfect solution to her problems. Not only will she escape the oppressive relationship with her father-in-law, who doesn’t appreciate her at all, but she’ll be free to do the kind of work she loves.
Fired for breaking Pinkerton rules, Cy now wants nothing more than to live a quiet life as a cattle rancher on his family ranch. However, he’s not skilled at ranching and his operation suffers as a result. Not only that, but Chance City’s sheriff, Rob Anderson, continuously pulls Cy into crime investigations, attempting to convince the reluctant ex-detective to join his staff. Leigh’s response to his letter is the answer to his prayers—he hopes.
Brought together by necessity, will Leigh and Cy find love or will their attempt to find lasting happiness meet with disaster? Join the citizens of Chance City as they battle opposing forces and mayhem in their searches for love and a brighter future.

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