Wildflower Harvest - eBook
Wildflower Harvest - eBook  -     By: Colleen L. Reece
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Two OLD WEST Romances

Wildflower Harvest

Against his father’s wishes, Adam Birchfield leaves his medical practice in Concord, Massachusetts for the Antelope Wyoming territory, in a search to find his older brother Nathaniel who had refused to fight in a war he hated. Adam is in love with Laurel Brown who has an identical twin sister, Ivy Ann.  If God’s plan is for him to marry Laurel, he must figure out a way to make this happen.

Desert Rose

Laurel and Adam Birchfield’s daughter, Desert Rose is now 17. Her cousin Nate persuades her to write an advertisement in search of a husband. Without her knowing, he mails it to a friend of his in Massachusetts. Michael is an instructor at an all boy school, who recently lost his parents. He blames God for the loss. After receiving the letter, he reluctantly begins correspondence with Rose. To his surprise, God has had a plan for him all along.

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Barbour Books
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781628367201
ISBN-13: 9781628367201
Series: Truly Yours

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No one knew for sure why Thomas and Sadie Brown named their four daughters after wildflowers, but they were untamed beauties all. Still at home in post-Civil War West Virginia were identical twins Ivy Ann and Mountain Laurel, one content to stay at home, the other eager for adventure.

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