The Humble Bride For A Prideful Mountain Man by Florence Linnington
Desperation is a poor foundation for marriage.
Louisa Fay Denton is looking for a fresh start. After her fiance’s death in a Union prison camp, there are no prospects left for her in her little hometown. But with her father’s refusal to let her go West to be a mail-order bride, she will have to decide between family loyalties and making her own way in life.
Running away in the dead of night is her only option.
Starting a new life as a mountain man’s wife will be more difficult than she could have ever imagined. And her husband-to-be has an arrogant streak that will cost them both.
Luke Garrett is a man caught between two worlds.
As an orphan that was taken in by a Nez Perce tribe, later to turn Indian Agent, he is caught between his love for The People and his need to help them with the influence given by the federal government. He has convinced himself he needs no one. But when Louisa arrives, she is caught in the middle as well, trying to make a new life for them in the wilderness and prove she belongs.
Will she find the strength to overcome?
Louisa must fight not only the hardships of the wilderness, but her husband’s pride.
Maybe his walls are too high for her to scale.
Luke and Louisa must learn to defeat their flaws in the midst of an unforgiving wilderness.
Or will they be ripped apart by the savage inside themselves?
A Christian western historical romance; no cheating, no cliffhangers and a guaranteed happily ever after.