The Brightwood Expedition



❮Download❯ ➾ The Brightwood Expedition ➼ Author Kay L. McDonald – E17streets4all.co.uk From first to last, The Brightwood Expedition makes enthralling reading, rich with historical detail Marlette Brightwood came from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Terr From first to last, The Brightwood Expedition makes enthralling reading, rich with historical detail Marlette Brightwood came from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Territory inHer guide was Ross Chesnut Some said he was a white renegade, or had Indian blood, but no one doubted his abilities in battle or conquests on the field of love Marlette had no intention of surrendering to this man she d despised at first sight and Ross The Brightwood PDF or would not take no for an answer from this woman whose life was in his handsThe Brightwood Expedition is a soaring novel of passionate romance set against the majestic grandeur of the Northwest frontier.The Brightwood Expedition

Kay L McDonald was born and raised in Salem, Oregon She graduated from North Salem High School and Famous Writers School She worked for Pacific NW Bell and Paradise Island Mobile Home Park She married husband Norman L McDonald in and has two children She is a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing The West and Authors Guild.

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  • Paperback
  • 342 pages
  • The Brightwood Expedition
  • Kay L. McDonald
  • English
  • 11 December 2019
  • 0595160999

10 thoughts on “The Brightwood Expedition

  1. says:

    Kay McDonald is a family friend I grew up with these books on my parents bookshelves and just this month decided to read them This book was really good The story was believable and interesting I couldn t help but be reminded of the television series Doctor Quinn Medicine Woman when I was reading this book I look forward to reading the other books in the series and Kay s other books She is a talented writer.

  2. says:

    Really great story of the very early days of the Oregon settlements Just finished re reading this and it still holds up.

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