The Annex Mail-Order Brides: Prequel to Intrigue under Western Skies


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It’s 1881 and the first attempt at coeducation is underway at the Harvard Annex. Wealthy Carianne Barlow shares her house with three friends. They all pursue plans for career and marriage, but one by one, their dreams crumble, and they move west for love and adventure.

Adela wants nothing more than find a suitable mate, and her perfect match awaits on the Kansas prairie. When she arrives in the little town of Crabapple, she discovers her mail-order suitor already has a fiancé. What else has he failed to tell her?

Ramee is engaged to a textile tycoon who offers her the chance to realize her dream of becoming a dress designer. When he becomes abusive, she escapes by answering an ad for marriage to a California cowboy with a dangerous past.

Upon graduation, Prudie expects to help run her father’s business. Then her brother loses the business, and she’s left penniless. She’s never considered marriage, but Erich Stafford’s ad for a mail-order bride opens another path to her goals.

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