Falling in Love With Silverpines

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by Parker J. Cole

The men and women of Silverpines continue to amaze me. In the next two installments of this series, we are taken into the mind of two women, both with different challenges against but through it all, their strength of character shines through. 

Readers have fallen in love with Silverpines because these stories continue to show how disaster is not the end but the beginning of new hope and life if you let it. 

Find out why readers are falling in love with Silverpines. Pick up these books below on your kindle today. 

 Wanted: Medicine Man

Wanted: Medicine Man by Christine Sterling 

 Hattie Richards has two strikes against her: she is half Native American and a woman. Even with her education as a physician, the town of Silverpines doesn’t see her as more than a healer. Her exotic looks, and kind heart capture the attention of many men and the irritation of many women. When a disaster strikes, Hattie aids the very people who rejected her skills. Needing help, she sends a telegram to her alma mater back East asking for a resident physician. 

Dr. Robert Childs has always wanted a practice of his own. When a position for a town doc opens in Silverpines, Robert knew this was his opportunity to move West and start anew. The only condition? He must come as a mail-order groom. If that isn’t bad enough, his intended wife has no idea of his existence.

Hattie is grateful for the help he provides caring for the many wounded. As they work together, Hattie finds herself falling in love with the gentle doctor. He is caring, attentive and seems at ease working with Hattie and her more natural remedies. However, she isn’t the intended bride! 

When the real resident physician arrives, Dr. Childs realizes he may have arrived under false pretenses. Can these two people open their hearts to true love and heal more than just the people of Silverpines? 

Wanted: Innkeeper

Wanted: Innkeeper by Marianne Spitzer 

Ella Grace Mulvaney, a twenty-two-year-old orphan, lives in the Howard House Orphanage for Girls in Silverpines, Oregon. Along with her eight “sisters,” she has been well educated in decorum, all aspects of taking care of a home, and every subject her spinster guardians deem necessary to survive in a man’s world. When tragedy strikes, Ella Grace is left in charge of the local Inn. Trying to save it from being sold to disinterested East coast buyers, she decides to send for a mail-order husband who would also purchase the Inn.

Michael Karson, tired of running the family hotel in Wisconsin, desires to head West and answers Ella Grace’s ad in the Grooms Gazette. He likes the idea of purchasing an Inn far from home but isn’t sure about marrying someone sight unseen. Surely, just answering the ad isn’t a commitment and buying the Inn doesn’t mean marrying the girl. 

Will love draw these two young people together or will a love-struck, dangerous miner, Michael’s tyrannical father, and a rifle-toting spinster guardian keep them apart?

About the Author:

Parker J. ColeParker J. Cole is a writer and radio show host who spends most of her time reading, knitting, writing, cooking, and concocting new ideas for stories. Her first novel, Dark Cherub, won Best of Spring Reading 2013 from eMediaCampaigns. She lives in Michigan with her husband and beloved dog Sarah.

Visit her site at http://www.ParkerJCole.com

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