Seattle in 1889 is a hard frontier town full of rough men and prostitutes who call themselves seamstresses.
SHE NEEDS A HUSBAND…
After too many business setbacks and unwanted marriage proposals, beautiful and ambitious Fayth Sheridan, a seamstress who actually sews for a living, desperately needs to find a husband of convenience. Now if she can only convince handsome sea captain Con O'Neill, the one man in Seattle who’s shown no interest in her, that he's the one…
HE NEEDS TO WIN HER LOVE…
When Seattle burns to the ground, taking Fayth's shop with it, Con vows to do anything to protect her. Even marrying her before she falls in love with him. When he's forced to make a deal with Seattle's notorious madam, he risks losing everything, including any chance at love with the last honest seamstress in Seattle.
The Last Honest Seamstress
This is a nicely done book, simply told. A good bit of Seattle's history is told as a contemporary account. If you have ever had the pleasure of going on one of Seattle's Underground Tours you will recognize how going one step at a time may, in fact, take you a place very different from where you thought you wanted to be. ...Meanwhile, our hero & heroine have communication problems and it takes the whole book before they learn to trust each other enough to fully commit to their relationship.