Can three adventurous women possibly find romance in 1890s Kansas? Carrie's dreams seem to come true when her runaway buggy is caught by a handsome drifter. Mariah is attracted to Sherman---but not his daughter. Will romance escape her again? Have Joanna's prayers been answered when she meets Clay---even though he's not the marrying type? 352 pages, softcover from Barbour.
I enjoyed all three of these stories. I love to read the Barbour books that put 2 or 3 stories together with common themes or characters. I had read the middle story before, but it was more enjoyable after reading the first one. Although I didn't feel like Carrie was such a "brat" in the first book. But the circumstances were different. Her selfishness and rudeness seemed out of character to me because of how she was portrayed in the 1st story. I really enjoyed Joanna becoming the main character in the third book. I will definitely be watching for more books by M. J. Conner