The Rancher's Runaway Bride

The Rancher's Runaway Bride

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Sarah By SarahEStubbs Completed

When Amy Piece gets off the train in Blooming Grove, Montana with only a few coins in her pocket and the determination to start a new life, she's sure there's been a mistake. Instead of the bustling railroad stop she expected there's little more than a mercantile and ominous foundations without buildings to match. Amy refuses to turn back to a life of unhappiness, but wouldn't that be better than starving to death in the middle of nowhere?

When Ezra Miller, a local rancher with a serious demeanor and stiff sense of responsibility, stumbles upon Amy, his heart skips a beat. The last thing he needs in his life is another complication, but he won't leave a woman alone and unprotected. With Amy's honor and Ezra's responsibility hitting head on, the only way he can keep her safe is through a marriage of convenience. As news of an outlaw posse reaches the ranch, he may have done the opposite...

Amy and Ezra had both given up on love a long time ago. Will they work through their difficult pasts and give love a second chance?

  • 1800s
  • clean
  • cleanlove
  • cleanromance
  • convenience
  • cowboy
  • featured
  • historical
  • historicalfiction
  • love
  • marriage
  • marriageofconvenience
  • outlaws
  • pioneer
  • ranch
  • rancher
  • romance
  • western
  • wildwest
- - Mar 29, 2017
Is this what they call love at first sight? Well no wonder, it takes place in the late 1800s.
sendoeu8 sendoeu8 Jun 13, 2017
I love this story but have to say, I I'm tired de books not finish please  please don't stop your work. ❤️
SeventyMurphy SeventyMurphy Jun 15, 2017
And this is how I know I like Ezra already - that he bothers to consider a thing from a woman's perspective :)
ButterflyAngel1899 ButterflyAngel1899 Jun 23, 2017
He seems kind and thoughtful. Maybe he's thinking of when his mother arrived from the East.
Wordcarver Wordcarver Aug 10, 2017
I think you do a wonderful job introducing the characters.  I could picture the opening scene perfectly. I look forward to reading more