Saving Scarlett (TCS-1) ON HOLD

Saving Scarlett (TCS-1) ON HOLD

5.7K Reads 459 Votes 12 Part Story
Sadia Karim By SadiixxK Updated May 16, 2016

The Change series consist of the tales of those ladies who thrives for a change in their life and are guaranteed happy ending but it mainly focuses on their journey to their loved ones.

1. Saving Scarlett


Everything happens for a reason. 

Running away has never been easy and it certainly wasn't easy for her when she comes across the devils wagon. Scarlett Brown lived her whole life being in the shadows, beaten and bruised mentally and sometimes physically too by her last living relative who took her in after her parents death but a lady can only take much before she brokes down completely. So when offer knocks on the door for her in exchange of a large amount of money, her family does not think twice before accepting it and it makes running away more appealing for Scarlett who boards a ship for America looking forward to a better future and leaving london in her past.

But what happens when she lands on the american soil and become the victim of a new situation? 

Saving a damsel in distress was never a plan for someone like Jasper  but it seems fate has a different plan and as I said before, everything happens for a reason.

Read to find out Scarlett's tale in Saving Scarlett.....


  • abuse
  • america
  • britain
  • cowboy
  • damsel
  • denver
  • devil
  • lady
  • love
  • marriage
  • montana
  • rancher
  • romance
  • runaway
  • saving
  • ship
  • wedding
LiveTheLifeYouDream LiveTheLifeYouDream Oct 15, 2015
I honestly wish I could write this well :) you are pretty amazing :)
SadiixxK SadiixxK Jan 07, 2015
Thank you. I appreciate compliments and criticism so that's why I know I have the tendency to mix up past and present but I haven't actually edited the first chapters quite well. I'm sure you can see my improvement throughout the story as it progresses. Keep on voting :)
SadiixxK SadiixxK Dec 11, 2014
@beauteousrosebud If you mean America, then yes and the story is placed in 18th century.
BeautifullyBookish BeautifullyBookish Nov 27, 2014
@SaDiaKaRim It's no problem, I will definitely keep up with it :)
SadiixxK SadiixxK Nov 27, 2014
@BeautifullyBookish I'm flattered by your praise. It's nice to know you took the time to read every detail of it. I hope you keep on enjoying the book as it progress :)
BeautifullyBookish BeautifullyBookish Nov 27, 2014
I am very intrigued. Your descriptions set up the context of the story very well. I agree that you include a great amount of depth and detail to your story. I look forward to seeing how this story develops. I'm glad I finally got around to reading it :)