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Ranch woman Hilda Hamner spent her youth traveling with her Swedish immigrant family as they drove cattle from Texas up to Kansas cow towns in the 1870s. Hilda decided to get off the cattle trail and bought an abandoned homestead in Kansas with her horse race winnings. She plans on raising horses—and finding a husband that doesn't mind her tall, lanky body that's usually dressed in men's clothing.­Noah Wilerson planned to bring his intended bride from Illinois back to the Kansas homestead he started for them, but found out his fiancée had already married someone else when arriving at her father's doorstep. After traveling back home, Noah finds a woman has taken over his claim, leaving him homeless and jobless.­Hilda realizes she needs help to make her horse ranch successful, and decides that Noah is the right man—to promote from horseman to husband on her ranch—if he'll treat her as a special woman, and not just a ranching partner.­Noah wants his homestead back, and the woman who has...

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Bostonian Cora Elison arrives unannounced at her family's ranch in Kansas, after her fiancé changed her status from bride to bridesmaid—at her own wedding. But after a few months, Cora thanks her lucky stars that he did because she has found a set of loyal friends, a way of life she relishes, and a cowboy she has become to love.­Dagmar Hamner and his family emigrated from Sweden to work on a Texas ranch, working cattle and herding them north over the Chisholm Trail. After his family decides to settle permanently in Kansas in 1873, he is hired for the foreman's job at the six thousand acre Bar E Ranch.­All goes well for the Swedish cowboy until the absentee owner's daughter arrives, wanting to learn how to become a rancher. Time makes them best friends, until a telegram arrives saying Cora's parents are bringing an unknown groom to Kansas for her, insisting she be married when they arrive.­Cora asks Dagmar to marry her, but he balks at her proposal. Between confusion and interference,...

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Rania Hamner and her family emigrated from Sweden fourteen years ago to work on a Texas ranch, working cattle and herding them up the Chisholm Trail. Something in her life on the trail caused her to doubt her worth, and her ability to trust a man enough to become his wife. Once the family buys a homestead in Kansas, she meets a rancher who begins to make her believe she can trust and fall in love after all.­Rancher Jacob Wilerson noticed Rania last year when she rode drag behind a herd of longhorns—right down Main Street of Ellsworth, Kansas. He's been waiting for her family to return this spring with another Texas herd to the booming cowtown, because he hopes to rope her into staying permanently on his ranch—the way she had already roped his heart.­When Rania's past attacks with new danger, she decides to fight for all she's worth because she realizes she wants to be with Jacob forever.­When Jacob realized Rania is in danger, he rushes to save her, whether or not she still loves...

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A clean, sweet historical romance set in 1873. Book 5 in the Brides with Grit series.­Rancher's daughter Sarah Wilerson has been engaged to Ethan Paulson, a Clear Creek hotel manager, for two years. Although Ethan is a nice man, Sarah has postponed the wedding twice, unsure whether she can live and work in the family's hotel—alongside an overbearing mother–in–law.­West Point–trained Captain Marcus Brenner was stationed at Fort Wallace in western Kansas, and wounded in a skirmish with the Cheyenne Indians. He has been discharged from the army and recuperating at his uncle's ranch in Ellsworth County, Kansas. There he meets Sarah, who helps him recover from his wounds and nightmares. Marcus falls in love with Sarah, but refuses to consider marrying her because of her engagement to another man. And, due to his battle injuries, he may not be able to give Sarah the houseful of children for which she yearns for either.­Unable to bring herself to go through with her wedding on the third...

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A clean, sweet historical romance set in 1873. Widowed ranch woman Cate Wilerson's four children are now all married and she's enjoying being a grandma. But, she's only in her forties, so she could be married again for many years. Cate's ready to tie the knot again and she has already picked her groom.­Cattleman Isaac Connely bought a ring for Cate almost thirty years ago, but Moses Wilerson, a friend to both of them, asked Cate to marry him first. After serving in the Civil War, Isaac followed the Wilersons to Kansas and builds a cattle empire with his inheritance. He respected Cate's and Moses' marriage, comforted her through the loss of her husband and remained a friend of the Wilerson family.­Now he's ready to propose—with the same ring—but someone from his past appears on his doorstep, dredging up a dark secret making him doubt his worth to be Cate's husband.­Can Cate let go of past hurts and help Isaac realize he is not to blame, so he will finally ask her to marry him?

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Mail-­order bride Millie Donovan was looking forward to meeting Sam Larson, a Kansas homesteader, who she is sure, from reading his heartfelt letters, will provide her with the love and safety she wants and needs. Millie arrives on the train, not realizing that her husband-­to-­be was killed in an accident, until Clear Creek's town marshal informs her of the situation.­Town Marshal Adam Wilerson never plans to marry due to his dangerous job. After reading letters found at his friend's home following his untimely death which were sent from his friend's mail-­order bride, he can't help thinking of the woman, and believes he may be in love with her himself. But instead of sending Millie on the train back to her former home, he finds himself welcoming her—and her two-­year-­old charge—into his house, and into his heart.­When danger threatens, Millie faces it head–on to protect the people she loves, including the town marshal.­Can Adam keep the peace in town—and his house—or will the man...

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Subtitle: The Prairie Blossoms for an Immigrant's Daughter, 1889-­1900 Butter in the Well Series, Book 2 Popular Kansas author Linda K. Hubalek continues the story of a Swedish immigrant family in Prärieblomman, the second book in the Butter in the Well series. Homesteading the Kansas prairie in 1869, Präirblomman features the diary of young Alma Swenson, as she grows up on the Kansas prairie that her parents homesteaded. Hubalek grew up in this same house, researching the land and family that lived on the farm before her. Even though born on the same farm in two different centuries, Prärieblomman's main character, Alma Swenson Runneberg, and the author shared uncanny similarities while growing up in the Smoky Valley region of central Kansas. Both the third child of their families, they lived in the same house, played in the same yard and worked the same acres until each married and moved off the farm. This tender, touching diary continues the saga of Kajsa's family through her . . .

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Books of Linda K Hubalek