Glory (#04 in Brides Of The West Series)
Wanted: Women with religious upbringing, high morals, and a strong sense of adventure, willing to marry decent, God-fearing men. Applicants may apply by mail. Must allow at least two months for an answer.On the run from a no-good scoundrel, Glory...
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Wanted: Women with religious upbringing, high morals, and a strong sense of adventure, willing to marry decent, God-fearing men. Applicants may apply by mail. Must allow at least two months for an answer.On the run from a no-good scoundrel, Glory reluctantly joins a wagon train of mail-order brides heading for Denver City. But what if her secret endangers them all? And the way the handsome wagon master makes her heart do flip-flops is just plain befuddling!As if five mail-order brides weren't a big enough handful, now Jackson has a fiercely independent young woman to look afterone who makes his job all the harder by insisting she doesn't need help! Jackson suspects otherwise . . . and his heart soon insists that this feisty beauty deserves the lion's share of his attention.As Glory's past unfolds, both Jackson and Glory learn important lessons about God's faithfulnessand the strength of their growing love.
A sheltered mountain girl, Glory is forced to build a life on her own after her Poppy dies. With a bagful of gold and no change of clothes, she sets out in search of a new life. Far too naive for the cold world before her, she ends up on the run from a greedy uncle who wants her gold-and who will kill her to get it. She manages to latch on to a wagonneer named Jackson and a group of teenage mail order brides. In her travels and adventures, Glory grows into a beautiful young woman with an unshakable faith-but will her faith be enough to win the heart of the handsome wagonneer?
Lori Copeland, Christian novelist, lives in the beautiful Ozarks with her husband and family. After writing in the secular romance market for 15 years, she now spends her time penning books that edify readers and glorify God. She has been writing for twenty-three years. In 2000, Lori was inducted into the Springfield Writers Hall of Fame. Over three million of her books are in print.
Titles by Lori Copeland The Christmas Lamp; Simple Gifts; Now and Always; Monday Morning Faith; Simple Gifts; Unwrapping Christmas and Monday Morning Faith