I’m so delighted to share a new book with you — Winning the Doctor’s Heart (Mail-Order Brides of Salvation, Book 3).
In my research, I’ve stumbled across a collection of letters and diaries written by frontier women. As I read, I’m repeatedly struck by how brave and resourceful these women were, to move to a strange new place, to give up the comforts of civilization, and to brave not just the dangers of the West, but also the loneliness of leaving friends and family behind. It must have been wonderful to them when they did make a friend in their new home–to know someone else was going through the same trials and could help them bear the hard times.
A MAN WITH A BURDEN TOO TERRIBLE TO BEAR
Doctor Daniel Murdock wants nothing more than to heal his patients and keep his younger brother Kenneth out of trouble. Raised by their aunt after their parents’ death, Daniel and Kenneth couldn’t be closer.
That’s what Daniel thinks. Until he discovers that Kenneth has a secret.
A WOMAN WITH A CALLING
Orphan-turned-tutor Anne Schroeder has wanted to be a nurse her whole life. But when she loses a nursing school scholarship and her tutoring job in the same month, she’s left penniless and alone.
Her only choice? Spend the rest of her life cleaning up after rich folks, or accept a marriage proposal from a Texas man she knows only through letters.
A TOWN ON THE VERGE OF EPIDEMIC
Anne’s expectations are turned upside down when she arrives in Salvation the day before diphtheria strikes. Wedding ruined, unable to break quarantine, she throws herself into caring for the sick. It’s her calling to ease the suffering of her patients.
She sees that Daniel is suffering too, in a completely different way. As she fights by his side to save the townsfolk of Salvation, will Anne also win the fight to heal this doctor’s wounded heart?
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