A consistent Top 100 lists bestseller, Kit Morgan, aka Geralyn Beauchamp, has been writing for fun all of her life. When writing as Geralyn Beauchamp, her books are epic, adventurous, romantic fantasy at its best. When writing as Kit Morgan they are whimsical, fun, inspirational sweet and clean stories that depict a strong sense of family and community. 'His Prairie Princess' is the first of the Prairie Brides books and the first in the series of a long line of stories about Clear Creek, Oregon. One of the wackiest little towns in the old west! Get to know the townsfolk in Clear Creek and come sit a spell!
When Liam McCrae agreed to play temporary handyman at his cousins' riding stable in Brooklyn, New York, he didn't plan on playing chaperone as well. But here he was, making sure his Aunt Samantha didn't fall too head over heels for a rich, New York businessman. So what if he was the father of his cousin's new bride? A nephew couldn't be too careful. But maybe he should have taken his own advice and watched out for himself. For when he asks his cousin's wedding photographer to act as co-chaperone, the sparks begin to fly!
Take one feisty woman from the 21st century, struggling to survive.
One Knight from the 19th, descended from warriors of old.
An unconventional duke and duchess.
A few mysterious time travelers out to save the world, and what have you got?
A big fat mess! For a time …
Tory Phelps was about to hit rock bottom and needed something different in her life, so when her dream job presented itself out of the blue, she grabbed it. Little did she know her new employers were not all they seemed. Either they were wacko, or the impossible had happened.
Sir Aldrich Wolfe often stayed at his friend’s estate for long weeks, fishing, hunting, and enjoying Stantham Hall’s delightful, yet unconventional, hospitality. But when the duke of Stantham hires a beautiful tutor for the duchess, his world is turned upside down. And then some!
Time Master Dallan MacDonald is no stranger to matchmaking. He himself was fated to be with his lovely wife, Shona. In fact, they had little choice in the matter. Not if they were to stop a horrible calamity from befalling the world. But matched they were and saving the world is now their thing. Playing matchmaker to someone else, on the other hand, is an entirely different matter! Can they bring two complete opposites together? Never mind the fact they’re from different centuries!
Enjoy this fun romp about two people who couldn’t possibly fall in love … the conventional way. This book is part of the World of de Wolfe Pack Kindle World.
When Melanie Haeger’s best friend Casey married Jake Sullivan, she felt a pinch of envy. Jake was strong, manly, and so down to earth. As was his brother, Tate. The handsome cowboy caught her eye the first time she set eyes on him. Unfortunately, he had eyes for her assistant instead. So, what’s a girl to do?
Tate Sullivan met Cassandra at his brother’s wedding and fell head over heels for her. But sometimes the road to love is a rocky one, and sometimes a person risks taking the wrong road altogether. And if he can’t read the road signs, well … then Tate is going to need a little help from his friends.
Enjoy this sweet, clean, contemporary romance by Kit Morgan! Wholesome fun at its best.
Dear Mrs. Pettigrew,
My name is Oscar White. I run a stage stop with my family between Clear Creek and Oregon City in the state of Oregon. We homesteaded here in 1849. I live with my two younger brothers, Henry and Anson, and our mother.
After careful consideration, I find myself in need of a wife. I’m not getting any younger, and figured it was time. I am forty-five years of age, a simple man with simple needs. I am tall, so a woman of some height would be good. I work hard as does my family, so don’t need no wilting flower. She’s got to be strong and able to help my ma and me run things. That means cooking, sewing, mending, the usual chores for women folk. She’s also got to be good-natured. We run a fine stage stop and have a good reputation. I don’t want it sullied by some woman with bad manners and a temper.
But what he didn't tell a future bride, was about the isolation she'd have to endure. The White's Stage Stop was in the middle of nowhere, five days travel from the nearest town. Other than his mother, she'd be the only other woman there. No friends, no social circles, no steady contact with anyone but his family. But then, his future bride has things yet to be revealed of her own ...
Enjoy this sweet, clean and wholesome historical western romance complete with some of your favorite Clear Creek characters, not to mention one or two new ones to boot!
When Jake Sullivan's family inherits a riding academy in Brooklyn, NY, they think their prayers have been answered. Unfortunately, the will stipulates they must run the business for one year or any money made off its sale will go to another. Jake, knowing his family needs the money, volunteers to go back east to find out all he can about their new found business, and finds something else entirely.
Casey Woodrow wasn't looking for love. She was looking for ways to tick off her father. He ruled her with an iron fist and she was tired of it. What she needed was something to really make him mad, something that would get him so upset he'd leave her alone forever. But sometimes what we think we want, isn't always the best ...
Enjoy this first book in the Contemporary versions of Cowboys and Debutantes! Clean and wholesome sweet stories of West meets East and everything in between!
Sophie Baxter had been passed from relative to relative after her parents died. Eventually, said relatives passed on too, leaving Sophie no choice but become a mail-order bride. But in Sophie’s case, she looked forward to it. No more drudgery, no more taking care of sick relatives, watching them die, then doing it all over again with another set. No, this was progress! But when Sophie arrives in Independence, Oregon to finally meet her future husband, she gets more than she bargained for. A lot more!
Following in his father’s footsteps, Fletcher Vander took to practicing law like a duck takes to water. Too bad his methods were so frowned upon by his current employers. Worse, his unorthodox ways got him fired. With a stiff upper lip, he returns home to Independence, where the unthinkable has happened! Who’d have thought life in the tiny town would suddenly become so exciting? And in the midst of it all was a true damsel in distress. Maybe getting fired and forced to go home wasn’t going to be so bad after all …
Enjoy this sweet, clean, wholesome western historical romance! And visit with a few familiar characters to boot!
Dear Mrs. Pettigrew,
My name is Major Comfort and I am writing to you to clear up a matter of great importance. It seems a grave mistake has been made. A woman by the name of Lucretia Lynch arrived in town claiming to be my mail-order bride. The trouble is, I didn’t send for one!
My guess is my father is behind this. His name is Buford Comfort, and for some insane reason he thinks I should marry. Yesterday! Unfortunately, so does my so-called mail-order bride. She is determined to get me to the altar and to make matters worse, her father traveled with her, which only complicates the situation.
I’m not a drinking man, Mrs. Pettigrew, but I’m strongly considering taking it up! I implore you to write me post haste so we can get this straightened out as soon as possible!
Major Quincy Comfort
Honoria Cooke always knew she wasn’t as refined a young lady as she ought to be. She loved the feel of the wind in her hair as she raced her horse across the prairie. She could climb a tree as well as any of her brothers or cousins, out run them too. But when Major Quincy Comfort caught her eye, she wondered if she was the sort of woman to ever catch his. Just when she began to think so and let her heart fly, the unthinkable happened …
Lucretia Lynch was beautiful, sophisticated, well-dressed and from the glorious South. What was not to like as far as a southern gentlemen such as Major Comfort and his brothers were concerned? Moreover, she showed up in Clear Creek as Major’s mail-order bride! He claimed it was a mistake, a whim of his father. But as the days wore on, Honoria noticed him taking more and more interest in Miss Lynch which could only lead to the inevitable. What had she been thinking? How could she possible compete with the likes of a true Southern Belle? She couldn’t.
Enjoy this sweet, clean historical western romance set in the whimsical town of Clear Creek. Where anything can happen, and usually does!
Mail-Order Bride Ink! Mischief, Marriage and Mayhem, these brides have something to write about! Mrs. Pettigrew, of the Pettigrew Mail-Order Bride Agency sees to that! She likes to hear from all her brides and loves a happy ending. But to ensure her brides get one, she does things to help love along. Sometimes, however, those things don’t always go as planned…
Dear Mrs. Pettigrew,
I made it to Clear Creek without incident. Unfortunately, my intended was unable to meet me at the stage as he was otherwise engaged in being shot at by bloodthirsty outlaws! He, of course, was shooting in return, but that’s not the sort of excuse a bride wants to be told!
I hope I made the right decision in coming here. My life as a Southern Belle of Savannah is quickly fading, my hope with it. I don’t know if I’m the right sort of bride for this Eli Turner. He’s everything a southern gentleman is not. I’m everything a woman of Clear Creek is not! Are you sure this is going to work? Speaking of work, the women here expect me to do a lot of it. I knew there would be some involved, but I had no idea life on the prairie could be so hard. I did, however, manage to bake my first pie without burning it, or the house down, with it. A small achievement and I hope the first of many. I’ll need many more to survive this place! IF I survive …
Write me as soon as you can!
Eli Turner's older brother Tom had been happily married for the last six years and had a couple of children to boot. Now it was Eli's turn, but was he ready? He was just a simple deputy after all with an even simpler house to call home. What did he have to offer a bride? Especially the one he got! His mail-order bride wasn't anything like he expected and probably wouldn't survive life out west. What's a man to do with a swooning female?
Pleasant Comfort hadn't planned on getting married, least of all to a man she had no say about. So when her father tries to marry her off to the despicable Rupert Jerney just to save himself from financial ruin, she does what any self-respecting Souther Belle of Savannah would do. She hightails it out of Georgia! But doing so as a mail-order bride might not have been her first choice.She wasn't made for roughing it without servants, a cook, and six older brothers to look out for her. What's a Southern Belle to do when the women of Clear Creek get a hold of her and have other ideas?
Mail-Order Bride Ink! Mischief, Marriage and Mayhem, these mail-order brides have something to write about! Mrs. Pettigrew, of the Pettigrew Mail-Order Bride Agency sees to that! She likes to hear from all her brides and loves a happy ending. But to ensure her brides get one, she does things to help love along. Sometimes, however, those things don’t always go as planned…
Dear Mrs. Pettigrew,
I’ve reached my destination and I must say that the Washington territory is not what I expected, neither is my new husband for that matter. His family is huge, loud and boisterous! We haven’t had a moment’s peace since our wedding. I don’t mean to complain, but I wasn’t prepared to become a schoolteacher for seven children! Seven mischievous, prank-pulling, children no less. No, they are not my husband’s, (thank heaven). They belong to his older brother and his wife. In short, I should have been warned! He said nothing in his letters about any of this. I don’t know how much longer I can endure it. Please write back to me as soon as you can before I go mad!
Daniel Weaver was ready for a wife. His three older brothers had been married for several years and now it was his turn. So, like his brothers Arlan, Benjamin and Calvin, he sends for a mail-order bride, with a little help from their cousin Matthew of course. After all, he helped his brothers write their letters to their prospective brides, so why not him? But when the letter from his bride comes, it’s got more than her acceptance of his proposal written in it. Worse, it gets picked up and read by the town’s worst gossip, Nellie Davis.
Ebba Knudson can’t figure out why folks in her intended’s town of Nowhere would be giving her such odd looks. It was bad enough she had other things to deal with by coming to the Washington territory to marry a farmer, but now this? Was there something wrong with her future husband? Or just with her? Of which she knew there was plenty. Enough to make her think she might not get married at all…
Enjoy this sweet, historical, western romance and the first book in this laugh out loud new series!