Wagon master Cody Snow faces a challenge when he falls in love with one of the passengers on his wagon train transporting 12 mail-order brides from ...Show synopsisWagon master Cody Snow faces a challenge when he falls in love with one of the passengers on his wagon train transporting 12 mail-order brides from Missouri to Oregon. A sizzling saga of love and adventure on the western frontier--sequel to the award-winning Seduction of Samantha Kincade, a September 1995 Warner release. Original.Hide synopsis
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Hold on to your spurs, this is quite a ride! If you want action, romance, interesting subplots, action, fascinating characters and action ? boy have I got a great book for you!
This is my third time reading this book; it is that good. It?s the story of a wagon train of almost a dozen mail-order brides going from Chastity, Missouri, to Clampet Falls, Oregon. It is a journey of 6 months duration across ½ of the United States. When the travelers embark on their long and dangerous journey it is April 1952.
There is trouble even before the wagon train leaves. Augusta Boyd, daughter of the esteemed former banker and mayor of Chastity, demands that Mrs. Perrin Waverly be removed from the wagon train. Cody Snow, wagonmaster, refuses -- but Augusta isn?t finished.
She tells of the shameful actions of Mrs. Waverly (to the other women), and most want to isolate her. However, Mrs. Waverly draws the card to be the women?s representative to the wagonmaster. This sends a chill through the women.
The things that happen on the trip are realistic and gripping. One would think that traveling with a group of women would be dull ? let me assure you, it is not. There?s even a mystery-suspense angle; someone plans to marry Cody and notices that he is taken with Perrin Waverly. Strange things start to happen.
There?s so much going on in this book; each of the women is unique and has a story (as to why they would travel so far to marry a man, sight unseen). Enjoy!
Maggie Osborne did not disappoint when writing this Historical Romance tale of twelve women, all from different stations in life, who come together, all from the same small town in Missouri, with a common goal. Traversing this long and treacherous expedition, will winnow out the strong from the weak, the good from the bad. Each has their own reasons in making this commitment become a reality.
Perrin Waverly, our heroine, comes with a shameful past she is quietly laboring to rectify. Cody Snow, the strong and ruggedly handsome wagonmaster, has his own reasons for taking along a lot of untried women on this hazardous journey to Oregon.
This is a well written story, with an exciting and riviting and moving ending that I am happy to reccommend to anyone who enjoys suspense, danger, excitment , pathos and a strong love story.
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