"Century of American Romance" is a multi-author series -
Daughter of immigrants, child of the footlights, San Francisco seamstress Katie McBride has never known a day without work. Her industry finds its rewards when she's hired to sew the trousseau for the Nob Hill wedding of the 1905 season.
Former Rough Rider and gold miner, Wyoming rancher Quentin Sterling hopes to find a suitable bride among the debutantes at his sister's wedding. But when calamity strikes, Quentin sees that a strong woman like Katie is what he needs at his side.
It's a gamble for happiness, but Katie embraces a new beginning. She believes in the generosity of the land, of setting down roots, in her courage and Quentin's strength . . . and in the stirring of a young love as fresh as the spring breezes that sweep the vast and glorious Wyoming plains.
Century of American Romance -
The women . . . the men . . . the passions . . . the memories.
Harlequin American Romance - # 349