The Lady's Maid (#01 in Prairie Dreams Series)
Once again, Susan Page Davis performs her writing magic and delivers a heartrending, spirit-filled story that's sure to please her many fans...and add a whole lot more to the list! Realistic characters, believable dialog, picturesque settings and an action-packed story are only...
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Once again, Susan Page Davis performs her writing magic and delivers a heartrending, spirit-filled story that's sure to please her many fans...and add a whole lot more to the list! Realistic characters, believable dialog, picturesque settings and an action-packed story are only a few of the reasons this one will end up on your "keepers" shelf!
-Loree Lough, award-winning author of 80 books,
including From Ashes to Honor, #1 in the First Responders
series, coming this September from Abington Press.
(front cover quote)
“Once again, Susan Page Davis performs her writing magic and delivers a heartrending, spirit-filled story.”
-Loree Lough, award-winning author of 80 books
(Back cover – can we use a wagon train image and drop the author pic/bio if too much?)
An aristocratic Brit searching for her lost uncle. . .
A German maid determined to protect her mistress. . .
A disagreeable scout waiting to see the ladies fail. . .
A ruffian dogging their every step. . .
And the prairie that challenges their very survival.
Lady Anne Stone’s uncle is the new Earl of Stoneford. The only problem is he disappeared into America’s Wild West. With only her personal maid, Elise Finster, as determined chaperone, Anne embarks upon a quest to find David Stone. First stop, St. Louis, where the ladies discover their quarry went farther west five years ago. Resolute in their mission, Anne and Elise join a wagon train to Oregon. But will their prairie-dream adventure turn into a Wild West nightmare?
Scout Eb Bentley, initially skeptical that the women can survive the journey, soon finds himself falling for the determination, charm, and beauty of one lady in particular. Can he keep her alive long enough to win her love?
Or will the ladies succumb to the rigors, ruffians, and rustlers along the trail?
“This journey of faith and romance comes complete with powerful intrigue, betrayal, and mystery. Susan Page Davis pulls you into the story and keeps you turning pages.”
- Henry McLaughlin, award winning author of Journey to Riverbend
Lady Anne Stone is determined to find the new Earl of Stoneford who disappeared into America's Wild West. Her maid, Elise Finster, has resolved to be her chaperone, no matter where Lady Anne goes. Will these women succumb to the dangers of their quest or survive to find dreams fulfilled on the trail?
Susan Page Davis is the author of more than thirty published novels. She's a Carol Award Winner and a two-time winner of the Inspirational Readers' Choice Award. In 2011, Susan was named Favorite Author of the Year in the 18th Annual Heartsong Awards. A native of Maine, she and her husband, Jim, now live in western Kentucky.