Opal – Book 1 Come By Chance Mail Order Brides of 1885

Opal – Book 1 Come By Chance Mail Order Brides of 1885

Author: Juliet James

Publisher: Silky Oak Press

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Category: Fiction

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When 18-year-old Ophelia Trigger hears a voice in her head tell her, "It's time to start giving, and time to start doing what's right," she is overcome by a powerful feeling of goodness - and she knows she can't turn a blind eye to the evil doings of her corrupt father any longer. She decides she must flee, and begin to make amends for all his wrongdoing - but when she leaves, the evil man frames her for murder! Like a female Robin Hood with a six-gun, she goes West to make her escape, and on her way becomes Opal Farewell. For her, the town of Come-By-Chance will be a place to hide, a place to build friendships - perhaps even someplace to marry ... if she can just stay clear of the law. Meanwhile, upstanding Billings Sheriff, Calvin Johnson, is on the trail of WANTED MURDERESS - Ophelia Trigger. And he's not the only one... An Inspirational story of cat and mouse, give and take, and the difference between the facts and the Truth. The Come-By-Chance books are jam-packed with gun-totin' adventure, intrigue and true love, all set in 1880s frontier America. If it's inspiration, love and adventure you're after, you're in for a wild and wonderful time! Download "Opal" right now, set yourself down on the porch in your favorite rocker, and get to know the folks of Come-By-Chance, Montana. Come-By-Chance Brides of 1885 Book 1. Opal – The Outlaw and the Sheriff Who Loved Her Book 2. Coral – The Widow and the Man Who Loved Horses Book 3. Ava & Ina – The Twins and the Fist-Fightin’ Cowboys Book 4. Lillie – The Orphan and the Grief-Stricken Groomsman Book 5. Pearl – The Divorcee and the Wedding-Shy Dabster Coming Soon: Book 6. Jane – The Modern Miss and the Preacher's Mighty Conundrum
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