These four sweet romances are all set in, or start off in, Victorian England. Mail Order Bride: The English Widow & The Rancher -- A Victorian era widow, who had a husband with a mysterious past, is pushed into becoming a mail order bride because her house is about to be taken away from her. She sets out on the long voyage across the ocean and then across the vast expanse of the American West, to meet her intended husband and a new life in a town with a few shady characters of its own. Starving For The Stranger's Love: What if you were losing your sight, had to work or starve, and the job you did was making you go blind? This dilemma faces a starving young woman in Victorian England when she is making her way home one evening a stranger tries toy grab her purse, which holds a few meager coins. A man comes to her aid and although she cannot see his face, she thinks he is her guardian angel. He insists on looking after her and she reluctantly agrees, but she hears whispers from people as they pass in the night, and thinks they are about her. What develops is a mutual love; until one day in the park, the kind stranger vanishes. Two Past Lives Meet Again, is about two people in England, who are brought together by fate and their love of God and helping others. One is a governess who is overweight, and one a teacher, and both help children who face bullying or self-esteem issues, for whatever reason. The man and woman are above average in weight, as well as what's most important; love and the strength of their faith. Unwilling To Accept The Arranged Marriage, is about a strong-willed woman in Victorian England who loves nothing more than collecting seashells, picking wildflowers, and reading romance novels. Her parents spring the ultimate surprise on her one day, by insisting that she meets a man they have arranged to be her husband. Will things turn out according to her well-devised plan of making herself appear as unattractive as she can?