A tragic accident saved Tildie Harris from being sold into an unwanted marriage. But now, she and her three young cousins are at the mercy of Arapaho Indians. The Arapaho assume the praying white woman belongs to a big Swede who has preached to their tribe. They send for the missionary Jan Borjesson, who immediately finds himself with a ready-made family. He intends to deliver his charges to the nearest white settlement, but the grocer--growling like an old grizzly--still awaits his promised bride. The wilderness is no place to leave a woman and children alone, so what would God have Jan do? Can he provide for them through the harsh winter, until he can send them east? And by that time, will he even want to part with the beautiful woman and the heartwarming children?
KATHLEEN PAUL teaches spelling, creative writing, and first-grade part-time in a home school supplementary academy. Kate's desire to write inspirational romance came about several years ago when her daughter wanted to read 'grown-up' books about love. She decided to write something romantic that wouldn't 'pollute her heart, mind, and soul.' Her daughter is now living her own Christian romance, leaving Kate with her mom, son, two dogs, and dust bunnies in a Colorado Springs household recovering from wedding shock.
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