Enjoy this fifth installment in Kit Morgan's Cutter's Creek of the 1860s!
Merritt Petroff is staring spinsterhood in the face, that is until a stranger shows up in town. Problem is, her matchmaking grandparents (not to mention the rest of the town) can't leave well enough alone. Wouldn't it be better if they let nature take its course? Not when there's a living, breathing man of marriageable age in Cutter's Creek they deem perfect for Merritt. Much to Merritt's dismay ...
Rafe Trent didn't intend to stay in Cutter's Creek. In fact it would be best for all concerned if he didn't. But there was something about the little town, not to mention the townsfolk, the brought to mind a life he could only dream of. After all, a dream is all a wanted man could hope for.
Enjoy this clean and wholesome tale of two dreamers with the promise of love. This is a sweet, clean historical western romance.