Author: Leah Laurens
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars
The only thing harder than being a saloon girl is finding a husband…
Alice’s life isn’t what she’d dreamed it would be.
Working as a saloon girl has stolen the life right out of her.
She has no family and few friends.
Her life is hard and dangerous.
The only way she can escape is to get married.
But what man would want a saloon girl for a bride?When she sees Henry’s ad for a mail order bride, she thinks her problems are over.
He’s the brother of her only friends but she knows she can’t tell them what she’s planning.
Her friends would never understand.
She must keep the truth from everyone, even her new husband.If he knew what she was, he would never want her.
But how can she hide the truth from him forever?
Becoming a mail order bride is the worst idea she’s ever had.
Lost and broken, now she must go back to the only home she’s ever known:
But men there are dangerous. They want to hurt her.
Especially Jed Willard.
The only one who can save her is Henry but he doesn’t want her anymore.
Or does he?
Is it really too late for them, or can even a saloon girl find true love?
About the Author:
Leah Laurens has always been a lover of historical romance novels since young, especially that of Western Romance.
A romance set in the American West, Leah’s novels involve characters that are strong in character, each with a strong personality and with different pursuits in life. The Hero has his own adventures in life that he wants to pursue, the Heroine learning to survive and conquer the harsh challenges sometimes. Despite the many differences, there is somehow a destiny the hero and heroine must fulfil by meeting each other and to fall in love.
Through Leah’s writings, she hopes to inspire many who are waiting, questioning about love in a sometimes cynical world. That there will always be that silver linings in the clouds which one sees in their life.
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