White Nights by Susan Edwards
Book Six of Susan Edwards' White Series

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Oregon Trail, 1856

After her husband is swept away by the furious waters of the Platte River, Eirica Macauley faces the journey along the Oregon Trail alone with three children and another on the way. But Eirica cannot mourn the loss of such a brute, and vows never to give a man power over her again.

A fellow settler on the trail, James Jones never meant to fall in love with another man's wife, but it was impossible to steel his heart against the beautiful Eirica. If only he can convince Eirica to trust in him, and in her own feelings.

James is everything her husband wasn't: handsome, caring, honorable. His touch ignites passion. Struggling to survive in the untamed West, Eirica can't help but be tempted by James's offer to care for her and the children. But as they near their destination, and a promising future together, they learn the past may not be so far behind after all...

Book 6 of 12.

Previously published.

93,000 words


About Susan Edwards

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Susan Edwards is Professor of Clinical Linguistics at the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, University of Reading.
Published February 20, 2012 by Carina Press. 264 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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