The year is 1836, and Josiah Brown is a half-breed Blackfoot mountain man, trapping the Rocky Mountain streams for beaver and fur. In the process of saving the daughter of an immigrant from raiding Blackfoot Indians, Josiah decides to take the white woman as his wife. Hardened by the wilderness and his own past, the trapper wrestles against change and the gentle ways of a woman who threatens to tame his heart.
Through circumstances beyond her control, Emma Perkins suddenly finds herself the wife of a wild and leathery mountain man. His rough and tumble temperament go against her upbringing, and Emma struggles to keep her faith and survive in a land where the animals, and the people, are mountain wild.
This historical romance can be found at JudithBronte.com as a free read. All scripture references are from the KJV (King James Version).
Word count: 235,534
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About the Author
Judith Bronte has been writing inspirational romance since 1998. Her novels can be found at JudithBronte.com, where she publishes a newly written chapter for her online work in progress on the 15th of every month. With over a million words of free romantic fiction on the Internet, she's read monthly by thousands of returning readers.
Love stories have long been Judith's passion. She loves to capture the dynamics of a romantic relationship, and the challenge of bringing two people together from different backgrounds and finding a way to make that relationship work. Her style often follows the characters even after they marry, so readers get to see how their relationship works after the I-do's. There's always lots of dialogue, as Judith loves to bring the drama home to the reader, through the characters, themselves.
Well written and worth the read. One you won't mind reading more than once. Recommended.