All Callie Cartwright knows is that she's got to get out of town fast. Her husband is dead and she's pregnant. If the truth comes out to how her husband died, she won't live to see the day her baby is born.
Thankfully, she went through an agency to find a man in search of a mail-order-bride. Callie is a city girl, but perhaps living out in the country on a horse ranch is what she needs right now. One week later, she travels to meet the man she has arranged to wed but is sidetracked when the train she is riding breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Time is running out and she's desperate, but can she rely on the handsome stranger with the dreamy eyes to help her?
Hannah Ross wants only one thing – to leave her rotten hometown where the gossipmongers won’t stop spreading rumors, and to start a new life. Becoming a mail-order bride is the only way. Of course, she must not let her new husband know she’s pregnant. There’s no way to explain why a baby is growing in her belly. Instead, she must put her disastrous past behind her and move forward… even if that means she’ll never find a man to love.
Adelaine Campbell is now the sole guardian over her two-year-old sister since their mother died of Tuberculosis. Although Adeline is old enough to be the little girl’s mother, she has decided to pass her off as her daughter since that is the only way to become a mail-order bride. But starting a marriage with lies is not a good thing. However, even her soon-to-be-husband is keeping secrets.
Marcella Bronson’s brother-in-law threatens her to find a husband or he will find one for her. All she wants to do is take care of her two-year-old cousin whose parents have died, but she doesn’t want to be kicked out of the family home, penniless, either. Her salvation rests in the hands of the rancher who seeks a mail-order bride - a newspaper ad she found. Unfortunately, her plans go awry when she’s kidnapped and mistaken for her dying sister. Now she needs to figure a way out of this mess and convince her soon-to-be-husband that she and the little girl really do need his help.