The bachelor meets his match
No women are allowed at the Batchwell Bottoms mining camp -- yet Dr. Sumner Havisham headed West seeking a job there. When an avalanche strands her and several mail-order-brides, she's up against strict rules -- and stern mine superintendent Jonah Ramsey. But nothing will stop her -- especially from helping Jonah, who needs her healing in more ways than one.
For Jonah, his job is a refuge from his past. He has good reasons to stay far away from the spirited Sumner, especially since he thinks he has nothing to offer. But as tensions rise, her caring and skill ignites a love he'd never thought he'd find. Can they save the dreams they've worked so hard for -- and claim a life together?
The Bachelors of Aspen Valley: Love sweeps into town for these hardworking men
Dr. Quinn meets Seven Brides for Seven Brothers in this captivating historical romance. There's something about an avalanche that strands a train full of women (including an abundance of mail-order brides) in an all male town that screams romantic mayhem!
Sumner's got backbone and natural leadership qualities as well as a medical degree if anyone will let her practice. Unfortunately, the mine owners aren't open to a female doctor...or any female for that matter! Makes for some infuriating and frustrating and down right funny situations.
Jonah is the perfect noble hero. He's let pain from his past dictate his solitary life but when Sumner becomes his responsibility he is taunted by dreams of a future he thought long dead. These two crackle and spar at every opportunity until unexpected tenderness begins to break down barriers.
Bingham has set the stage for future books in the series with an intriguing town and some likable secondary characters that definitely need their own happily-ever-after too. A brilliant start to a wonderful new series.
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