Ryder: Prairie Grooms, Book Two (Unabridged)
What happens when three English ladies are shipped off halfway across the world as mail order brides? Everything! Three sisters, Penelope, Constance and Eloise go from a posh lifestyle outside of London to Clear Creek, a nothing of a town full of quirky characters, crazy live-stock, and bumbling villains! Penelope is the first to wed, and learns that her prim and proper ways don't have the impact she expects on the locals. Now it's her sister's turn.
Constance had an adventurous spirit, but was it adventurous enough to make a life with Ryder Jones? His country speech bordered on barbaric (at least to her) and his isolated way of life out on the prairie scared her to death! Would she ever see her sisters again? How could she possibly adapt to living with such a man?
Ryder had seen his share in his 26 short years. Orphaned at nine, raised by Indians, he held to their way of life for as long as he could. But circumstances forced him and his brother to return to the ways of the white man and seek out a new life, one that included a wife for each of them. But neither was prepared for the kind of woman they got when they decided to send away for mail order brides!