Mail Order Bride: The Bride who writes for Love: Clean and Wholesome Western Historical Romance (Busy Brides of the West #3)
Frustrated with not being taken seriously as a journalist, Emma Fisher answers an ad to work for a paper in a small town out West. Though her friend warns her of the danger of life on the Western Frontier, Emma is ready to take that risk. Her writing sample has impressed the editor and earned her a job—except for one detail. Emma Fisher has applied to the job under a different name, and has been hired as one Edward Fisher.
John Harris is exhausted by running his paper alone, and wishes for more time to spend with his young daughter. Although Elise has handled her mother’s death well, she spends her days alone with her nose in a book. John hopes hiring a man to help him with the paper will free up his own days, but he is furious when the promising new reporter he had hired turns out to be woman—and a rather outspoken woman at that.
But Emma won’t be deterred, and she decides to write an article that will get John’s attention. However, her article also attracts some unwanted attention. And as Emma and John feel their attraction for each other grow, Emma is faced with the choice of following her goals as a journalist, or keeping the family she loves safe from harm.
In the late 1800’s, life on the western frontier was hard work and hard won. But some women, driven by desire and dedication, chose to make their own way. With courage and skills, these women headed West to pursue their dreams of happiness and found love along the way.
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