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Colorado Calling By Catherine Scott Colorado Calling Louisa Forest is glad to leave post Civil War Balti behind to become a mail order bride in Colorado Territory The man she expects to marry is a wonderful conversationalist and the promise of a new lif
  • Title: Colorado Calling
  • Author: Catherine Scott
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  • Page: 126
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Colorado Calling By Catherine Scott
    Colorado Calling By Catherine Scott Louisa Forest is glad to leave post Civil War Balti behind to become a mail order bride in Colorado Territory The man she expects to marry is a wonderful conversationalist and the promise of a new life, far from the prejudices of her home town, has a great deal of appeal But when she arrives she discovers shocking news that changes the course of her life forever WilLouisa Forest is glad to leave post Civil War Balti behind to become a mail order bride in Colorado Territory The man she expects to marry is a wonderful conversationalist and the promise of a new life, far from the prejudices of her home town, has a great deal of appeal But when she arrives she discovers shocking news that changes the course of her life forever Will Louisa accept her fate in love and life in the Colorado wild
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    • It appears this book might have been published before it was complete It s rife with errors, yes, even with just 38 pages A glaring error said it was 1965 instead of 1865 As many errors that were in this extremely short story is an insult to the reader Never mind the errors, the story itself was silly It probably was less than 38 pages, too, because some pages only had three or four sentences on them I wouldn t recommend you waste your few minutes on this one.



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