Romance Historical Western Mail Order Bride Novel Series Kindle Edition Launched

A Kindle version of the popular historical western romance mail order bride novel ‘A Loving Heart for the Loyal Deputy’ has been launched. It is the sixth book in the Bear Creek Brides series.

London, United Kingdom - July 31, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A Kindle version of the popular historical western romance mail order bride novel ‘A Loving Heart for the Loyal Deputy’ has been launched. It is the sixth book of the Bear Creek Brides series written by Amelia Rose and follows two lost souls facing similar prospects unless they can meet and change their fates.

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The newly launched kindle edition is ideal for historical fiction and western romance fans who want to escape to Montana this summer, whether they are at home, taking a staycation, or going on holiday.

It is 1893 and trouble is looming over Montana, but deputy Tanner Williams has other things on his mind. He is worried life appears to be passing him by. He feels a deep sense of loneliness whatever he does. His friends have all settled down and as he sees how happy they are, he realizes he wants to meet his life partner more than anything.

He acts and summons the courage to place an advert for a mail order bride. He has lots of responses, but there is only one whose sharp wit and sweet nature catches his eye. Bethany Duncan has struggles of her own and wonders if she could be the deputy’s savior.

Bethany’s father is controlling and determined to find her a wealthy husband regardless of her happiness or wants in life. She is desperate to escape her claustrophobic life in Tennessee and wants to marry for love.

She realizes this will never happen under her father’s rule. Intrigued by the deputy’s kind words, she imagines his advert as being her way out of her unhappy life. Although she has never traveled alone before, Bethany is not deterred.

As she is traveling towards her new life, discontent and violence is taking hold of Bear Creek. No matter how hard Tanner longs for a peaceful life, threat and drama are never far away. Every turn throws a new obstacle at the couple.

A five star reviewer wrote: “This is one sensational action packed hard hitting delight. There are explosive ups and agonizing downs. It is grounded in its simplicity and awe-inspiring in its depth, drawing out characters closer than they could have ever imagined.”

“The scenes are strikingly sharp with abundant details and descriptions creating a colorful backdrop that makes the storyline pop. Phenomenal job Amelia, thanks for sharing this awesome little gem with us,” they added.

To download a Kindle copy, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Beldene Group
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Organization: Beldene Group
Address: 12 Constance Street Constance Street, London, England E16 2DQ, United Kingdom

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970750

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