A Sweet, Western Romance Novella.
His Prairie Princess (Prairie Brides, Book One) is the first in a new series about the town of Clear Creek, Oregon. One of the wackiest little towns in the old west! Enjoy this introduction to the townspeople of Clear Creek and come sit a spell!
When Sadie Jones, the daughter of cattle baron Horatio Jones, set out on her own in search of her dying birth mother, she got more than she bargained for. She never dreamed the stage would be robbed and she herself taken along with the rest of the loot! After all, being kidnapped was the last thing on her mind that morning. Unfortunately it was the foremost thing that afternoon.
Harrison Cooke, raised by his English mother to be the perfect gentleman, simply went to get the mail, not rescue a damsel in distress! But here he was, attempting to rescue the most beautiful woman he had ever seen, and of course, not get them both killed in the process.
But both Harrison and Sadie have a goal. She's trying to rescue her mother. He's trying to save his brothers. That's a lot of rescuing going on. And in the midst of it all, can they rescue each other's hearts?
This fabulous first look into this western town in the Oregon Territory was just what I needed to read. Settled into read, curled up and ready for a sweet romance is exactly what I got. Ms Morgan added such depth to the characters. Harrison Cooke's previous and present hardships and leaving the stigma of a pig farmer behind are evident. Sadie Jones' determination to find her mother and have a family are perfectly written.
The busy-body town gossip? LOVED her! Reminded me of Mrs Oleson on Little House on the Prairie. The bumbling idiots (outlaws and stagecoach robbers) added even more depth. Kudos Ms. Morgan!
Morgan created a town I would love to visit and townspeople you grow attached too. Thankfully there will be more prairie stories coming!
I highly recommend this read to all lovers of historical western romance.
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