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A mail-order husband might be the craziest idea Maggie's ever had - or the best.
When widow Maggie Duncan sends a letter up north to the logging camps in search of a hard-working husband - in name only - to help her save her farm, she knows she'll have to sort through all kinds of comers. Not until Jack McCallister shows up does Maggie figure it's safe to set aside her scattergun. But she's discomfited by the way Jack settles in as though the farm - and her heart - are already his. After all, she has no expectation of ever marrying again.
After Sadie Bauer inherits her father's watch and clock repair shop in Pueblo, she soon learns that Fate conspires against her. Will O'Reilly longs to help this beautiful damsel in distress, but she's about as prickly as a porcupine.
Can Sadie overcome her mistrust of men in general, and of a certain suave salesman in particular? Can Will get past his former betrothed infidelity? Can both learn to trust the God who makes all things beautiful in His time?
Donna Schlachter writes historical suspense under her own name, and contemporary suspense under her alter ego of Leeann Betts, and has been published more than 40 times in novellas, full-length novels, and non-fiction books. She is a member of several writing communities; facilitates a critique group; teaches writing classes; ghostwrites; edits; blogs regularly; and judges in writing contests.
Bestselling, award-winning novelist Mary Davis has over thirty titles in both historical and contemporary themes. She is a member of ACFW and has led critique groups for more than two decades. Mary lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of thirty-seven years and one cat. She has three adult children and three adorable grandchildren. She enjoys playing board and card games, rain, and cats. She would enjoy gardening if she didn't have a black thumb. Her hobbies are quilting, porcelain doll making, sewing, crafts, crocheting, and knitting.