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What Child Is This (Sweet Town Clean Historical Western Romance Book 2)

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Some mothers are created through birth and some are born through an interesting series of events. Days before Christmas as a blizzard hits Sweet Town, Dakota Territory, a baby is found abandoned in a lonely shack. With no nursing mothers in town, the unmarried Emma Brown takes responsibility for him, but not everyone is happy with this act of kindness. Anger and judgment drive the town to turn their backs on Emma and her young charge, leaving her frightened and unsure of who can be trusted. When a handsome stranger with piercing blue eyes arrives, the mystery of the baby's birth deepens.

A sweet, short story about charity and the power of love, What Child Is This explores the true meaning of Christmas.

Historical romance comes alive in quiet Sweet Town. Established in the Dakota Gold Rush of the 1870s, Sweet Town is surrounded by gentle hills and fields of clover. It's a place where anyone can start over and romance and redemption are never out of reach.

Sweet Town romances tell the stories of the community as its members fall in love. These clean western stories follow residents of Sweet Town from mail order brides to a cowboy with a dark past. Anyone might find a miracle when they open their heart.

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