A Pony for Christmas (The Belles of Wyoming #4)

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A childhood crush, a widowed father and an interfering Aunt. Can Amanda's dreams of being Nate's wife come true this Christmas?

Christmas 1880 in Belle, Wyoming ~

Amanda has been in love with Nate since she was nine years old. Now she’s grown up, and he still treats her like a little sister. When he became a widower raising an only daughter, just like her father, Nate stole her heart just a little bit more. This Christmas, his Aunt Eugenia is in town, determined to find him a suitable wife before she leaves for the new year. But can Amanda recover from a bad first impression in order to be considered a candidate for the position?

This is a short, clean and wholesome, American western historical holiday romance.

The story behind the missing bells of Belle, Wyoming:

1840's - On a wagon train to Oregon, Clara Brown's husband died of Cholera, leaving her on her own. The wagon train did not allow single women to travel alone, so she is ordered to leave.

She was rescued by a trapper and they fell deeply in love, creating their own town not far from Ft. Bridger. They named the town Belle for the jingle bells that were attached to her oxen when they first met. Now, years later, each Christmas the tradition continues as the town places the bells on an ox or horse, gifting rides to remember the legacy of the founders. The bells were safely put away and only brought out each year for this purpose.

Except, this year, the bells have gone missing.

Are they ever found?

Read the five stories coming out each day starting on December 10th to find out what happened to the bells. Even some of the authors don't know how this will end! Each story is complete with a happy ending!

In order of release:
Wynters Bride by Christine Sterling
Holly's Christmas Wish by Marianne Spitzer
A Tin Star for Christmas by Cyndi Raye
A Pony for Christmas by P Creeden
Natalie's Surprise Engagement by Julia Ridgmont

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