Kate Whitsby is a historical romance author who has found a love for writing western mail order bride romance. Kate writes from her home in Virginia and loves spending time with her two children when she’s not busy writing.
Book 3 of The Texas Prairie Brides series concludes the saga of Florence Abbot’s journey to love and happiness. Mr. Acton Abbot isn’t happy at all about his beloved daughter’s decision to get a mail-order husband. He always hoped she would marry the son of another cattle baron. What if her new husband is some uncouth cattle puncher—or worse? In spite of all his warm feelings for Bill Bailey and Grant Ewing, he dreads th
In Book 2 of The Texas Brides series, Abigail Doering begins her new life as Mrs. Abigail Ewing, mail-order bride to Grant Ewing of the Texas Rangers. After getting married on the spur of the moment in Borger, Texas, Grant and Abigail come home to Abigail’s cottage on the Double A Ranch. Grace and Bill Bailey have decided to stay on, too, at least until Bill finishes breaking in the mustangs running free near the ranch. Once that job is finished, Grace and Bill w
In Book 3 of the Montana Prairie Brides series, the romance deepens between Hannah and her new husband, Peter Cummings. Hannah isn’t happy with her mail-order husband. She just buried her first husband after a battle with influenza, and she got a new husband to help her keep her ranch going. But her new husband, Peter, isn’t cut out for the job at all. He’s weak, and he’s sick. Can he ever be more than a millstone around Hannah’s neck? It’s bad enough that
Book 2 of the Montana Prairie Brides Series reveals the resolves of Josie Campbell’s husband, Jim Eaton. After Jim takes after Katie Matthis with a gun, everyone at Campbell’s Corner fears their new neighbor must be a murderous villain. Even Josie can hardly bear to live in the same house with him. She can only relive the nightmare of her first husband’s death. Everywhere she turns, she sees guns in every corner of her house. What if Jim shoots himself the way John Campbell did
A clean historical western cowboy romance.
In Book 1 of the Montana Prairie Brides series, Katie Corning marries her mail-order husband, Jason Matthis. Three ranches converge at Campbell’s Corner in the distant prairie Frontier outside Sidney, Montana. The Corning Ranch, the Campbell Ranch, and the Dempsey Ranch share a common fence corner and a water pump. The three ranch wives meet at the pump to share their cares and concerns. When, through varied circ
* A clean historical cowboy romance novella *
Book 3 of The Montana Bride Series completes the saga of Philomena Harcourt’s experience on the McGuire cattle drive across Frontier Montana. After a rocky start, Irene and Audrey McGuire prove themselves strong and capable Frontier women. Their husbands, Jack and Owen McGuire, can’t stop marvelling how they saved the cattle drive from disaster. But what about seventeen-year-old Philly? Why can’t she be happy with her
** A clean historical novella **
In this second book of the Brides of Montana Series, Audrey Burns deepens her romance with her mail-order husband, Owen McGuire. After her shock revelation that she’s an expert horsewoman, Audrey finds a new purpose working the McGuire cattle herd on their annual drive to the auction yards in Helena, Montana. When Jack McGuire recovers from his fall from his horse and takes to the saddle again, Audrey reluctantly gives up her position am
** Clean, Historical Romance Novella **
In Book 1 of The Brides of Montana series, Irene Gleeson leaves behind a heart-breaking past for a new life on the Montana Frontier. After her late husband’s untimely death, his family drives Irene from her home in coastal Rhode Island with accusations that she caused his death. Their malicious hostility leaves Irene no choice but to throw herself on the mercy of the mail-order matrimony system. Irene knows nothing about the place she’s going or
Book 3 of The Texas Brides Series takes place nine months after Amelia Goodkind marries Bruce Manfield. Eldest sister Alma McCann now has a beautiful baby daughter, Flora, the newest member of the family. Amelia is pregnant and unable to leave her bed for more than a few minutes without feeling sick. Jude McCann and Bruce Manfield, their husbands, work to build their houses down by the river in between tending their duties on the ranch. Of the three range-riding, cattle-busting sisters, only
In this second book of The Texas Brides Series, Amelia Goodkind marries Bruce Manfield from El Paso, Texas. When Amelia first brings Bruce home, Jude and Alma and Allegra laugh at him. He’s a big, gangly hulk of a man, but he’s clumsy and ungainly in his movements, unlike delicate, careful Amelia. Jude especially sees Bruce as an easy target for his pointed sense of humor. The sisters can’t figure out why Bruce doesn’t stand up to his much smaller brother-in-law, when he could put Jude in his