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Colleen's Claim

(The ninth book in the Westward Home and Hearts Mail-Order Brides series)
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When Colleen O’Keefe receives a letter from her dying father, a Montana settler, along with a blood-stained deed to his mine, she resolves to hunt down his killer and claim his mine. Not having enough money to make the trip from New York, she applies with the Westward Home and Hearts Agency to become a mail-order bride, but who would want to marry a skinny, red-haired, Irish immigrant, sick from years of labor in the textile factory?

Matchmaker Milly Crenshaw, finds a way. Montana rancher, Quinn Mobley is perfect for any bride, except he’s part Indian, and all of Milly’s clients have rejected him outright for that reason. Colleen knows about prejudice, and she has no problem marrying a man with Indian blood. Besides, all she wants from Quinn is help in hunting down her father’s killer and claiming her mine.

Quinn wants more than a marriage of convenience, but he can’t let Colleen go into the lawless wilderness alone. Besides, he knows others lay claim to the mine, and they won’t hesitate to kill again.

Genre: Inspirational

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