When Stephen McCoy leaves the Indiana farm he shares with his brother Daniel, Daniel’s wife Rosemarie, and their four children to go into town to load up on supplies, he never expects to return with a bride.
Indiana, May 1867 –Calliope Bender arrives in town and steps off the stagecoach in a wedding gown, carrying a wilted bouquet. She is running from an unwanted marriage but still in need of a husband – one who will agree to a marriage of convenience. Eager to build a home for himself, Stephen agrees to Calliope’s conditions, despite the fact that the idea of a “marriage in name only” doesn’t sit well with him. Neither one of them is looking for love, but will it creep up on them when they aren’t looking?
Stephen’s Bride features Daniel McCoy of Daniel’s Desire. Read both books to see how these rugged brothers find happy ever after.
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Callie Hutton, USA Today bestselling author of The Elusive Wife, writes both Western Historical and Regency romance with “historic elements and sensory details” (The Romance Reviews). She also pens an occasional contemporary or two.
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