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Where the Trail Ends(2012)
(A book in the American Tapestries series)
A novel by Melanie Dobson
A young woman traveling the Oregon Trail in 1841 must rely on a stranger to bring her to safety. After losing her father along the trail to Oregon Country, Samantha Waldron and her young brother, Daniel, must overcome tremendous challenges to reach the Willamette Valley before winter. When their canoe capsizes on the Columbia River, they rely on handsome British exporter Alexander Clarke to escort them to Fort Vancouver. A number of men vie for Samantha's affections, but the only one who intrigues her is the one she cannot have. When Alex's betrothed arrives from Britain, Samantha becomes determined to create a home far away from the fort. But when Daniel disappears into the wilderness alone one night, Samantha must rely on the man she loves to rescue her brother before it's too late. American Tapestries series -- Each novel in this line sets a heart-stirring love story against the backdrop of an epic moment in American history. Whether they fought in her battles, built her cities, or forged paths to new territories, a diverse tapesty of men and women shaped this great nation into a Land of Opportunity. Then, as now, the search for romance was a major part of the American Dream.
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October 2012 : USA Paperback
|Title: Where the Trail Ends (American Tapestries series) (American Tapestry)|
Author(s): Melanie Dobson
ISBN: 1-60936-685-9 / 978-1-60936-685-8 (USA edition)
Publisher: Summerside Press, an imprint of Guideposts
Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA