Bradford Brides

They prepared graduates of Bradford College in Massachusets for everything, except the adventures they take to find love in the American West.

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A know-it-all teacher, an overworked sheriff, and the job she shouldn’t take.

Ready to prove to herself and the world that she doesn’t need anyone, Emily crosses the country to accept a teaching position in Texas. As an orphan, she’s lived off other’s second skimmings most of her life. Her perfect grades have earned her the perfect job, and no one is going to stand in her way, especially a scruffy sheriff.

TJ Morgan has one job, to keep the residents of Hiramsville safe. When a soiled dove dies under mysterious circumstances, TJ vows to find her killers. When Emily arrives in town, he must take drastic measures to keep her out of harm’s way.

Saving Emily against her will isn’t enough when a coded journal sheds light on the depth of corruption in the western town. What Emily learns decoding the tale puts both their lives in danger. Working together, they find their hearts entwined even as outlaws try to tear them apart. Can Emily find what she has needed her entire life? Can TJ save his heart?

Rescuing the Sheriff’s Heart is the first book in the Bradford Brides historical western romance novels. If you like heroes in cowboy hats and heroines willing to take on the west finding happily ever afters, these sweet old-fashioned romances are for you.

A civic-minded socialite, a widowed blacksmith, and a dead fiancé.

Despite her father’s objection, Amanda travels to Texas from Boston, intent on marrying Reverend Coolidge and helping with his ministry. There she will be free from her parent’s expectations and have a chance to help the less fortunate. Everything is going to be perfect until a handsome blacksmith meets her at the train station.

Gunter senses something isn’t right the moment the deputy sheriff demands he pick up the reverend’s future bride, and not to mention the reverend’s passing. To protect his daughter, Gunter complies. Having experienced the loss of his wife and son, he would do anything to help Amanda in her grief, except agree to a marriage of convenience.

Without means to return to Boston, Amanda hatches plan after plan to return home. Inundated with proposals and evidence of foul play, she relies on Gunter’s protection. Running out of choices, Gunter agrees to marry her for one month to keep her safe from those intent on harming her. However, life and danger in Texas