- File Size: 1605 KB
- Print Length: 151 pages
- Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing, LLC (April 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06WLHXMDX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #615,584 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Trail to Love (The Soul Mate Tree Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Jack is a man still grieving for his beautiful young wife, who died in childbirth four years before the story begins. Avoiding any entanglements that finding new love might bring, Jack becomes a member of wagon train team, guiding optimistic folks in covered wagons taking the Oregon trail to new lives. He deeply misses his wife and child and vows to never fall in love again or get a woman with child, thus putting her life in danger during childbirth.
Sarah is an attractive woman married to a wicked man who abuses her and their son and is despised by her mother-in-law. When she becomes a widow, she takes the opportunity to escape her in-laws cruelty leaving with her son, Tommy. She takes on the challenges of crossing the country in her well-stocked wagon pulled by two cantankerous oxen, trying to conquer the mysteries of campfire cooking and protecting her son all by herself. She is on her way as a mail-order bride to meet and marry a man she has never met. Being strong and independent, she attempts to rebuff Jack's offers of assistance, However, she does not find that any easier than controlling her stubborn oxen, especially when Tommy obviously loves "Mister Bard's" attention.
Stinky, vile and creepy Horace bothers Sarah every step along the trail, determined to win her as "his woman." Susedik brings to life awful smelling Horace and his horrible attempts at getting Sarah away from her son and from Jack in a way makes the reader's skin crawl with disgust every time he appears at Sarah's wagon.
I thoroughly enjoyed THE TRAIL TO LOVE. I became so engrossed in the story, I almost let my supper burn away on the stove. The story and the wonderful description of life on the trail completely captured my attention. So, pick up this book, but beware. Put it down when you begin cooking to avoid any Sarah-type cooking mishaps due to being so into the story, you forget to check on your food.00