Will you love her, comfort her, honor and keep her, in sickness and in health; and forsaking all others, be faithful unto her as long as you both shall live?
The men have heard Pastor Reagan say these words to many couples over the years, and they vow to treat all women this way as they walk through life. Besides Pastor’s and Kaitlyn’s six sons, the series will feature other men in their community.
Angus is about Pastor and Kaitlyn Reagan’s oldest son, Angus Reagan, who’s always had a crush on Daisy Clancy, Nolan’s sister.
Fergus at the right place at the right time to save a woman from falling to her death…but she hadn’t planned to survive. Can he convince her life is worth living, with him?
Help and hindrance by family and friends makes a comical trip down the church aisle for Gabe Shepard and Iva Mae Paulson.
When Mack sees Doctor Pansy for the first time, standing on the train platform, he knows she is the one for him.
Although postmaster Cullen Reagan is a strict “go by the rules” man, he secretly wrote letters to a mail-order bride for an area rancher, because the man couldn’t read or write.
When rancher Seth Reagan left Kansas for a livestock show in Chicago, he never dreamed he’d be returning a week later with seven horses, extra carpet bags, and a wife.
Enjoy this love story of trouble, sparks, and attraction when a Swedish immigrant man marries an Appalachian mountain woman.
Nolan Clancy is the grandson of Dan and Edna Clancy, who run the Clancy Cafe in Clear Creek, Kansas. He’ll meet with Holly Brandt in Montana before heading home to Kansas.
Elof Lundahl, a Fort Ellis soldier friend of Nolan Clancy, delivers a grave marker to the Montana Territory cemetery before he travels on to Kansas.
Jasper Kerns, a carpenter and furniture maker in Clear Creek, Kansas, is stunned when his friend, Holly Clancy, remembers a woman named Julip, back in Miller Springs, Montana Territory, when Holly lived there a few years ago.
No one in Clear Creek, Kansas, thought Tully Reagan, the youngest son of the preacher who was always in trouble, would follow in his father’s footsteps.
Kiowa Jones, Clear Creek, Kansas, blacksmith, keeps to himself most of the time to avoid people who didn’t care for his Native American background. And it’s a good cover for who he really is.