Briley of Crooked Creek

Short Story 

MK McClintock

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Series: Crooked Creek series, #3

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On Sale: November 30, 2015

Genre: Historical Romantic Western

A sweet and heartwarming adventure of an Irish lass who wishes only to forget the war and find a place to make a new beginning.

 

Far from home with no family left, Briley Donaghue answers an advertisement from a rancher seeking a wife in Montana Territory. She arrives in Crooked Creek to find an empty cabin, a letter from her fiance, and too many unanswered questions. Alone and uncertain, Briley forges a new life in an unfamiliar land.
 

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Praise for "Briley of Crooked Creek"

"The next best thing to actually visiting Montana and Ireland is reading one of her books. The Crooked Creek stories wet my appetite just enough that I can't help but come back for more!" —Amazon Reviewer

"McClintock is a good writer who sweeps the reader along in a sweet story with interesting characters to a satisfactory ending."

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"Briley of Crooked Creek is a delightful short story; a quick read that makes one feel good. It tells the story of a young woman with a lot of courage and determination to make the best of a difficult situation. MK McClintock has a special talent for making it easy to fall into the story and visualize each scene." —Cherubs Library

"Briley of Crooked Creek is a fabulous short story." —Amazon Reviewer

Meet the Author

MK McClintock is a multiple award-winning author of an ever-growing number of novels and short stories. Her stories of adventure, romance, and mystery sweep across the American West to the Victorian British Isles, with places and times between and beyond. 

 

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