|| All four books in the series! * Book 1 : Bargain For A Bride. When Lady Moira Brennan leaves her home at Brennan Castle for the wilds of her own homestead claim in the Montana territory, she had no idea that a husband awaited her. Sold into marriage by her uncle, she arrives to find a bleak landscape of scarce farmers, all desperately trying to scratch out a living on their claims. Pryor MacAteer came to Montana himself only three years ago, and his farm has prospered. All that he needs to make it complete is a wife and family, one whose passage he paid, and whose name is on the marriage contract. Will Moira realize her dream of owning her own land and uncover the truth behind a marriage contract with her name on it? * Book 2 : Freedom For A Bride. When Nathaniel Russell received the wonderful news that the bride he'd written off for would be arriving in New Hope, Montana, it was the happiest he'd felt since arriving to settle his claim. And when the strikingly beautiful but somewhat exotic-looking Katia stepped off the train, his heart leapt at the fulfillment of their months of exchanging letters. But Katia carries secrets that no one in the town expected, secrets that run deep enough to keep them apart forever. * Book 3 : Adventure For A Bride. When Anna Mae Flynn passes away, leaving three small children and a husband with a harvest to bring in, the only logical answer is to find Wyatt another wife... quick. He fights everyone at first, even himself, but he knows their logic is sound and their hearts are in the right place. But Millie Carter is nothing like Wyatt's dear Anna Mae, a fact that his grief causes him to point out at every turn. Can Millie win over a heartbroken man, or will the next train through New Hope take her home? * Book 4 : Dreaming Of A Bride. When Torsten O'Conner's false love leaves him for another man, he decides a change of scenery just might be in order. His brother, Kieran, is now the mayor of New Hope, Montana, and the prospect of putting Ireland far behind him and starting fresh as a homesteader in America might be just the thing. But the life of a homesteader isn't just hard, it's brutally lonely. At his friends' urging, Torn writes off for a wife from the east only to have a villain from his past arrive on the train. Can Torn let go of his old feeling and put down his demons in order to take a chance on love?