Prairie Courtship

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Steeple Hill, Oct 1, 2010 - Fiction - 288 pages
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No one could love a female doctor—Emma Allen knows that well. But her spinsterhood bothers her less than the lack of opportunity to use her medical training. In Missouri, no one trusts a female doctor, either. Then the opportunity arises to join a wagon train headed to the Oregon Trail. A new frontier offers a new hope for the life she wants to lead. But first she must deal with the hazards of the journey—including infuriating wagon master Zachary Thatcher. Zach riles Emma's temper until she's convinced no man could be more wrong for her. Yet when the treacherous trail challenges them, it takes his experience and her skill working together to bring them safely home.
 

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Contents

About the Author
3
Title Page
4
Epigraph Page
5
Dedication Page
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
23
Chapter Three
40
Chapter Four
52
Chapter Twelve
154
Chapter Thirteen
167
Chapter Fourteen
176
Chapter Fifteen
190
Chapter Sixteen
201
Chapter Seventeen
211
Chapter Eighteen
221
Chapter Nineteen
232

Chapter Five
67
Chapter Six
81
Chapter Seven
93
Chapter Eight
109
Chapter Nine
123
Chapter Ten
135
Chapter Eleven
142
Chapter Twenty
243
Chapter TwentyOne
255
Chapter TwentyTwo
270
Epilogue
278
Questions for Discussion
281
Copyright Page
283
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Dorothy Clark is a creative person. She lives in a home she designed and helped her husband build (she swings a mean hammer!) with the able assistance of their three children. She also designs and helps her husband build furniture, and does remodeling and decorating for family and friends.

When she is not thus engaged, she can be found cheering her grandchildren on at various sports events or band and chorus concerts, or furiously taking notes about possible settings for future novels as she and her husband travel throughout the United States and Canada. Dorothy enjoys hearing from her readers, and may be contacted at thornap@localnet.com.

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