A wounded heart. Desperate choices. Unfathomable love. Set in the adventure and danger of the Wild West.

She’s been living in a desert all her life. Suddenly she’s come upon an oasis. But is it just a mirage? Idaho Territory, 1885. Brooke Marie Baker, eighteen, has been sent west as a mail-order bride. As the stage nears Greer’s Ferry, where she is to meet the man she’s pledged to marry, she tries to swallow the lump of nervousness in her throat. Can it be any worse than living with Uncle Jackson…or Hank? she wonders. All men are the same, aren’t they? But with her parents and sister dead, she has no choice. Sky Jordan, a rancher, holds a single, yellow daisy in his hand as he watches the ferry cross the river. Ever since he’d found out his surly cousin, Jason, had sent for a mail-order bride, his mind and heart had been ill at ease. No woman deserves to be left with the likes of Jason. But now he questions his own plans to claim the bride for himself …

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About The Author

Lynnette Bonner, the daughter of missionaries, was born and raised in Malawi, Africa. She attended Northwest University in Washington, where she met her future husband, Marty. Today, they and their four children live in Washington, where Marty pastors a church.

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