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The Pony Express Romance Collection: Historic Express Mail Route Delivers Nine Inspiring Romances Kindle Edition
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1) "A Place to Belong" by Barbara Tifft Blakey
Abigail is a disabled orphan who feels like she's a burden to her uncle. Jacob is the hired hand who admires her but thinks God has a plan for him that is not in a Pony Express Station. Will he realize His true plan?
2) "An Unlikely Hero"- by Mary Davis
Beth Ann and her sister are escaping from a horrible predicament. Hiding in a Stagecoach stop seems like a perfect solution. Fox is a puny Pony Express rider who has low self esteem. This is a great story of a man who went from "zero to hero".
3) "The Gambler's Daughter" by Darlene Franklin
Caroline Adams arrives at a Pony Express Relay Station hoping to reunite with her estranged father but finds her father skipped out. Martin has his own secrets. The story was a little flat. The Christmas background was nice, though.
4) "Her Lonely Heart" by Cynthia Hickey
I try to read any historical novels by Ms. Hickey. This one did not disappoint. Sadie is a widow who runs the Cottonwood Relay Station after her husband died. Dr. Luke Stetson (yes, like the hat) chases after his younger wanderlust brother who wants to be a Pony Express rider. Will he heal her lonely heart?
5) "My Dear Adora" by Maureen Lang
This is a different twist on the Pony Express theme. Chip has been reuniting undelivered letters with recipients after his brother was attacked and his mochila was compromised. Adora was accused of improper conduct as a teacher. A nice, sweet story.
6) " Ride Into My Heart" by Debby Lee
Kimimela is a half-Sioux Pony Express Station worker in Utah Territory. She and half-Cherokee Gabe has difficulties living between two cultures, accepted in neither world. This one reads like a western with lots of action.
7) "Echoes of the Heart" by Donna Schlachter
Catherine Malloy arrives at Hollenberg Station hoping for a mail-order marriage to Benjamin to help her escape the secrets she carries. There were a lot of misunderstandings (i.e. one or the other catch the end of the other's conversation). A fulfilling story about accepting people's shortcomings.
8) "Abundance of the Heart" by Connie Stevens
I always enjoy Ms Stevens stories. Mercy is a true horse whisperer. When she sees mistreated horses at Fletcher's Pony Express Station, she insists on staying to help. Can her kindness keep Fletcher from leaving?
9) "Embattled Hearts" by Pegg Thomas
This one was my favorite. It's a great story of overcoming adversity and keeping faith. Alannah has been facing abuse and threats from her stepfamily since her mother died. Running away with her brother is her only hope. Stewart is a stationmaster who feels no purpose. They both face constant threat from her stepfamily. I really enjoyed this one.
All of the stories take place towards the end of Pony Express's demise. It is obvious historical research was done. Romance, history, and faith make for a great collection. I highly recommend it!