A Woman in the Wild

(Her Story)

by Wendy L. Courchaine

 

Book Details

Romance and adventure abound in this story of a privileged woman who is forced to travel West on the Oregon Trail. Travel with her as she encounters hardships that no woman should endure and the man who makes it all worthwhile.


When Judge Calvert decides to move his family from Philadelphia to the Pacific Northwest, he hadn't anticipated the hardships that would test the strength and courage of his family. Suffering an injury early, he must hand the reigns over to his beautiful and privileged daughter, Mary Calvert, who must take on the responsibility of getting them through. On the trail, she meets John Bedder, fur trapper turned scout, who helps her discover the beauty of the wilderness and the meaning of love much to the Judge's dismay.

 

About the Author

Wendy L. Courchaine

A native Rhode Islander, Ms. Courchaine is also the author of Emerald Eyes, The Mind Benders, Asylum Road, and The Ghosts of Moonlake.

Also by Wendy L. Courchaine

The Mind Benders
Asylum Road
The Ghosts of Moon Lake