Winning the Wrangler’s Heart

Winning the Wrangler’s Heart
eBook: $0.99
Series: Mail-Order Brides of Salvation, Book 6
Genres: Clean Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Western Romance
Format: ebook
Length: short story
Illustrator: Nada Orlic
When a tornado kills her future in-laws, mail-order bride Felicity arrives in East Texas to discover she’s about to become a stepmother to two grieving children and to marry a man struggling to cope with staggering loss. Can Felicity find a way to heal her new family’s wounded souls and teach her husband to love again?
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About the Book


Felicity Adamson was raised in an orphanage because her aunt refused to take her in after her mother died of cholera. Making ends meet by caring for spoiled children whose parents refuse to discipline them leaves Felicity frazzled and exhausted. She’d give anything to quit her job as a governess.

She dreams of a quiet, peaceful place where she can start a family of her own.


Texas horse wrangler Harrison Baines knows what it’s like to long for a family. As a child, his father abandoned his family, leaving Harrison’s mother to raise two children on her own. Turned bitter by this betrayal, Harrison’s mother takes her anger out on Harrison.

Driven by his mother’s criticism to become the best horse wrangler in Texas, Harrison wants to give his children the loving home he never had.


When a tornado kills most of Harrison’s kin, he finds himself the only guardian of his brother’s young children, Esther and Daniel. The children are devastated by the loss of their parents and grandmother—and Harrison is at his wit’s end.

Thank goodness that his bride-to-be is an experienced governess!

Felicity arrives in East Texas, only to discover that she’s hours away from becoming a stepmother to two grieving children and a husband struggling to cope with staggering loss.

Can Felicity find a way to heal her new family’s wounded souls and teach Harrison to love again?

About the Author
Faith Parsons

Faith Parsons is a descendant of homesteaders who rode West in a covered wagon–first to settle in Missouri, and later in Idaho. When she’s not writing stories about the men and women who settled the American frontier, she enjoys baking and going for long walks with her husband.

Her heartwarming clean romance stories follow the lives of courageous men and their mail-order brides as they struggle to build new lives for themselves and their families on the western frontier.

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