The Prescott Pioneers Series (4 books in 1) is set in the Arizona Territory in the mid-1860s. The series follows the lives of the Andersons, Colters, and Larsons as they make the journey west to a wild new territory. Will the cost be worth it? What heartaches are in store? Will their dreams be everything they hoped?
A Dream Unfolding (Book 1)
Hannah Anderson and her husband head to the West in the hopes of starting over. The journey is difficult and costs more than either expected.
Will Colter is forced to leave the ranch he has called home for nearly thirty years. The cattle drive west challenges him and his men—threatening their very lives.
A Heart Renewed (Book 2)
Julia Colter rebels against her old brother's poor choices of suitors. When her rebellion against her brother puts her life at risk, she turns to her friend for help.
Adam Larson longs to train horses and plans to head west to the Arizona Territory to see his dreams fulfilled. When Julia shows up on his doorstep in the middle of the night, he agrees to help her flee. The decision changes both of their lives forever
A Life Restored (Book 3)
Social butterfly, Caroline Larson, longs for adventure. Stranded in the Arizona desert, far from her final destination, she must rely on a stranger who gets under her skin.
Thomas Anderson has always struggled with making good decisions. Dealing with the ghosts of his past threatens to overshadow his future—until he meets a woman needing his help. Sparks fly as she grates on his nerves.
A Hope Revealed (Book 4)
Life turned out differently than Mary Colter expected. With her abusive husband either missing or dead, and the ranch gone, she is left to raise her two children on her own. She decides to head west to start over.
Warren Cahill is confronted with one problem after another in his new role as foreman of Colter Ranch. Missing cattle and hot-headed cowhands take most of his attention. When Mary arrives at the ranch, tensions rise and he finds himself in the middle of it.
I enjoyed this series very much, of God’s goodness and forgiveness. Will definitely read this again one day.