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Blurb

Anna Simpson loses her home and job because of someone she believed to be a friend. The streets of New Orleans beckon unless she can quickly find another job.

Unemployed and desperate, she decides to become a Mail-Order Bride for a wealthy businessman.

She arrives at Dry River with six-year-old orphaned Max to a drunk and abusive prospective groom.

Connor Grey believes he is not worthy of a woman’s love because of his scarred face. He sees Anna being abused, and after stepping in to help is left with her and the child.

Anna’s situation is now dire. She came to marry one man, dare she wed another?

How could a marriage between her and Connor work, even if the hand of fate appears to be pushing them together?

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About the Author

Margaret Tanner is an award winning, bestselling Australian author, who mainly writes Historical Romance and Historical Western Romance. She loves delving into the pages of history as she carries out research for her novels. No internet site is too boring, no book is too old or tattered for her to trawl through, no museum too dusty.

Her love of Westerns came about because of the movies and TV shows of her childhood. Some of her favorites were Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Wagon Train and Little House on The Prairie.

Many of her novels have been inspired by true events, with one being written around the hardships and triumphs of her pioneering ancestors. She once spent a couple of hours in an old prison cell so she could feel the chilling cold and fear.

Apart from her family and friends, writing is her passion.

Margaret is married with three grown up sons and two gorgeous little granddaughters.

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