Wagon Train Baby

Wagon Train Baby

From an award-winning author with more than one million books sold, a new series of four heartwarming historical romances about life on the Santa Fe trail. Note: each book can be read as a stand-alone.

A life-altering betrayal leaves Donna Grace alone, unmarried, and pregnant. She’s desperate to leave St. Louis, Missouri, and return to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she grew up, and the only way back is by wagon train. The wagon master refuses to let a single woman drive a wagon without a male escort. Donna knows she can’t trust men, but it seems she’s going to have to partner with one if she wants to get back home.

Luke Russell failed to protect his fiancée. Because of his neglect, she was murdered. He vows to never leave another person to face dangers on their own and to never again open his heart to love. When he overhears Donna Grace’s predicament he offers her a marriage of convenience that they will dissolve as soon they reach Santa Fe.

But the trail forces them to work together. The birth of Donna’s baby unites them in a way they can’t deny. Will the dangers and joys of the Santa Fe Trail break down the barriers these two have built around their hearts?

Read more books by award-winning author Linda Ford:

Dakota Brides series:
Temporary Bride
Abandoned Bride
Second-Chance Bride
Reluctant Bride

War Brides series:

Wild Rose series:
Crane’s Bride
Hannah’s Dream
Chastity’s Angel
Cowboy Bodyguard

Big Sky Country series:
Montana Cowboy’s Baby
Montana Bride by Christmas
Montana Cowboy Daddy
Montana Cowboy Family
Montana Groom of Convenience
Montana Lawman Rescuer

Title:Wagon Train Baby
Edition Language:English
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    Wagon Train Baby Reviews

  • Kellyn Roth

    I read this book in a couple hours, but I wasn't a huge fan. It was just kinda ... eh. The writing style, to me, didn't seem super mature, and the novel's plot was pretty predictable (e.g. I know exac...

  • Brenda Poulos

    A Worthy LoveA tender story of trust and love amid shadows of the past. I appreciate the author's use of comforting scripture and inspirational hymns. A very satisfying read....

  • Dee/ bookworm

    Good book. I wish it was a little more in depth about the characters back rounds. ...

  • Anita

    Wonderful story of a rescue of a lady and her sister. Luke is truly a hero in her eyes and in the readers. He rescues this lady so she can go to Santa Fe to start her life over for her and her unborn ...

  • Nancy Glenn

    Pretty Good ReadThis was a great story about starting over and making a new life after a scoundrel (wagon train language) and a liar leave a young woman pregnant . The Wagonmaster won't allow an unacc...

  • Glenda Parker

    My review today is on the Christian Historical Novel, Wagon Train Baby. This is the first book in the Love on the Santa Fe Trail Series. I have always enjoyed Linda's stories. This one is excellent. I...

  • Lillian Cummings

    Do you agree to his plan? Donna Grace and her younger sister are looking for a better life and now that her father won't be joining them on the trail to Santa Fe she is worried. Luke knows that he can...

  • Amy Tyner

    Sweet storyTwo wounded hearts must learn to forgive and trust in order to heal. Donna Grace has been betrayed by her Grandfather and his negative words towards her and then betrayed by married man who...

  • Earlene Click

    Luke and Donna GraceDonna Grace ,, her sister and father were going to leave with the wagon train in the morning. Her father decided that he doesn't want to go and the girls can go on to Santa Fe by t...

  • Robin

    I found this to be a new twist on wagon train romances. The author's different approach to this and 'marriage-of-convenience' captured and held my attention. I couldn't wait to see how the whole story...