Emma gasped. “Please call me Davis, Emma.” He continued to stare at her, his knuckle under her chin. Her stomach muscles tightened. How could she feel flustered by this man? A recent widow, she'd been forced to endure his company.
Author: Callie Hutton
Publisher: Callie Hutton LLC
Now that Emma Thorpe’s husband has been killed on the wagon train to Oregon, she wants to return to Indiana, but the wagon master has forced her to marry Wagon Scout, Davis Cooper. He wants to make their marriage work; she intends to flee as soon as they arrive at their destination. Emma Thorpe did not want to leave her life in Indiana to travel to Oregon on a wagon train, but her husband, Peter, had other ideas. Barely three weeks into the trip, Peter is killed, and Emmaline is shocked that the wagon master won’t let her return home. Wagon Scout Davis Cooper has decided this would be his last scouting trip, he intends to obtain land in the new Oregon territory, find a wife, and start a family. When the Wagon Master orders Emma and Davis to marry, she rebels, but eventually comes to realize she can’t go it alone, no matter how stubborn she is. But nothing will make her give up her dream to return home. Can Davis change her mind, and have the life he’s always wanted with his unexpected wife? *** More western historical fiction by Callie Hutton: An Angel in the Mail Daniel's Desire Stephen's Bride A Tumble Through Time Julia: Bride of New York The Surprise Brides: Caleb Oklahoma Lovers Series Prisoners of Love Series Callie Hutton has written more than 25 books. For a complete listing, go to www.calliehutton.com/books Keywords: western, historical, romance, Americana, cowboy, wagon train, frontier, pioneer
She is married and has two daughters: Mia Isabella, who's two and a half years old, and Emma Michelle, who is with our Father in heaven. She is a personal banker at a financial institution and pursuing a business management degree in ...
Author: Keassy Fernandez
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Emma's Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, and Miracles is a story of a baby who was diagnosed with congenital heart disease a few days after she was born. She was a heart hero for five and a half months and then lost the battle against CHD but became a heart angel in heaven and in her family's hearts. Her journey tested their faith so many times, but in that journey, they learned how to keep hope in difficult moments, and they witnessed many unexplainable events, which could only be considered miracles.
The boys were preparing the carriage and its horses for the trip to Sandland, the nearest commercial locality to Greenland. By carriage it was a fourhour trip. Her father addressed Emma by saying, “In the presence of your mother, ...
Author: Maha Kallas
Publisher: WestBow Press
Head down the road to Emma's house. You'll quickly get caught up in the vibrant story of her family. Emma always dreamed of escaping her dominant father. She finally left her family to live a life of happiness beyond compare with her handsome husband, the powerful warrior Arthur. But one day, Emma found herself disoriented, as if an earthquake was shaking the ground beneath her feet. The people around her became unrecognizable and everyone turned against her for the crime she had committed--giving birth to twin girls, Alice and Rose. Soon, destiny gave her a second chance at happiness when her twin sons, Albert and Fred, were born. But Emma's life was still a roller coaster, and what if it broke down forever? She realized eventually that trouble is unavoidable while misery is optional. When fate gave Emma the chance to be her own commander, she held the reins of power tightly till the last moment of her life. Even though life's thunder and lightning struck Emma and her family over and over without mercy, she built her own dynasty and trained her sons to be the pillars of it. Meanwhile, Emma's granddaughter Mary--that little baby no one expected would live--succeeded against all odds and grew up to be her grandmother's undeclared treasure.
“ Let's just look at them first , ” she said wisely , and when Rose saw a large horse led out for a woman to ride , she clutched the friendly hand and drew back . “ Maybe this one , ” Jan said softly and Emma saw a Shetland pony that ...
Author: Elizabeth Daish
Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited
A new chapter in the ever popular 'Emma' series. Emma Sykes has always dreamed of travelling to America -- and now that Bea lives there with the twins, the pull is even greater. Then, her psychiatrist husband Paul is approached to go on a lecture tour in the States and Emma is thrilled to find her wish has finally come true. Booking a suite on the Queen Mary with Miranda Shuter, the actress wife of Bea's father, Emma can't wait to catch up with her oldest friend in Washington. Once there, the luxurious and sheltered lifestyle Bea and Dwight and their children enjoy lulls everyone into a false sense of security as suddenly tragedy strikes -- one of the children goes missing. There is heartache and desperation for all involved as the elegant city reveals its darker side of high unemployment and widespread crime. Emma comforts her friend and together they face the unknown dangers in search of Bea's youngest son.
Author: Henrietta Emma Darwin LitchfieldPublish On: 1904
A Century of Family Letters Henrietta Emma Darwin Litchfield. least bustle . We found our four hours in the coach so far more fatiguing than the rest of the journey that we advise aunt Harriet to come by the railroad after all ' .
The word was “Emma.” The name seemed to travel around the pond like a wave, and the Silver Bell's petals began to open. The song that rang around the pond changed into an excited whisper of anticipation. “It's a girl, it's a girl!
Author: I.M. Lourraaine
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Eric, one of the playful Dewdrop children in the garden, is a curious, mystical creature. He wonders: Where does Nimes end? Where do Dewdrops go when they leave the Alantras garden? Why can I never reach the end of Nimes? The Incredible, Fabulous, Unknown Journey ̧ a book for children, tells the story of Eric and his Dewdrop friends Lily, Emma, Hedda, and Marius and their amazing life in the garden. Filled with an array of creatures and nature, the garden is a safe and carefree place for the Dewdrop children to exist. The children not only discover the many secrets of Alantras, they eventually embark on quest to find their parents, enter into the world, and save the garden. Infused with many important life lessons for children, The Incredible, Fabulous, Unknown Journey offers a fanciful, action-based, and adventurous explanation of where children live before they are born.
Author: Henrietta Emma Darwin LitchfieldPublish On: 1915
1840-1842 ] A Journey to Shrewsbury 53 Charles Darwin to Emma Darwin . MY DEAR EMMA , Sunday , SHREWSBURY ( 5 April , 1840 ) . You are a good old soul for having written to me so soon . I , like another good old soul , will give you an ...
Author: Henrietta Emma Darwin Litchfield
This fascinating early 20th-century work contains the lifetime correspondence of Emma Darwin, wife and cousin to the famous English naturalist Charles Darwin. It is the second volume of a two-book set.
Author: Henrietta Emma Darwin LitchfieldPublish On: 1915
Henrietta Emma Darwin Litchfield. 1840-1842 ] A Journey to Shrewsbury 53 Charles Darwin to Emma Darwin . In my MY DEAR EMMA , Sunday , SHREWSBURY ( 5 April , 1840 ) . You are a good old soul for having written to me so soon .
Mrs. Darwin Litchfield, Henrietta Emma Darwin Litchfield. 1840-1842 ] A Journey to Shrewsbury 53 Charles Darwin to Emma Darwin . MY DEAR EMMA , Sunday , SHREWSBURY ( 5 April , 1840 ) . You are a good old soul for having written to me so ...
Pratt , Consadine , and several of the principals accompanied the widow on her sad journey . The testimonials of sympathy received by Miss Abbott during that journey gave her much pleasure , indicating as they did a degree of popularity ...