When the prairie wind blows pioneer hearts are stirred.
Adventurous pioneers couldn't resist the vast open plains - fertile land that possessed a unique beauty. But the settlers often established homesteads before they considered the isolation, the temperamental climates, and the backbreaking work ahead. Fear and death severed many families who attempted to tame the Great Plains. But many more found love and faith on which to build strong marriages and families.
Dora Grant is one who fears the binding commitment a homesteader makes to the land. Can The Brides Song change before the music of love drifts away on the wind? The expansive prairie has been Matt Tolivar's hiding place, but The Barefoot Bride he has wed out of convenience may help him find a part of himself long forgotten. A Homesteader, a Bride and a Baby find themselves in the same fight for survival on the prairie. But where is the joy without the bond of love? Then A Vow Unbroken threatens a young couple's ability to stand firm against the dangers facing their homestead. Can God's love teach them to trust again?
This heartwarming novella collection proves that only the covenant of true love can provide hope for the future. The stories of these Prairie Brides encourage each of us to allow the Master of nature to be Master of our hearts and homes.