Trouble in Store by Carol Cox

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Historical Suspense and Romance in the Wild West

The acclaimed author of more than 25 novels, Carol Cox is a trusted name in historical
romantic suspense. She combines lively romance, suspense, and humor to create compelling
stories set against fascinating historical backgrounds. Cox’s latest novel, Trouble in Store, is a
thrilling new mystery surrounding an 1880s mercantile. When the owners of the mercantile die
unexpectedly, a disputed inheritance turns out to be the least of the troubles in store…
After losing her position as a governess, Melanie Ross turns to her last resort: the Arizona mercantile
she inherited from her cousin. Unfortunately, Caleb Nelson is positive he inherited the mercantile…
and he’s not interested in sharing.
Melanie and Caleb are forced to set aside their differences, however, when someone starts sabotaging
their store. And as they spend more time together, Caleb begins to realize that Melanie could be the
perfect partner for him, and not just in the mercantile. But will their business—and their budding
romance—survive the trouble ahead?

“For a fast-paced story full of fun, action, mystery, and love, I highly
recommend you treat yourself to Trouble in Store by Carol Cox. Her delightful
characters and historical accuracy provide a delightful read!”
—Judith Miller, bestselling author of the Home to Amana series

“Cox has fleshed out a fascinating cast of characters that move readers through
a novel that dispenses romance and wit in the intriguing context of a Wild West
mystery. A most delightful and engaging read.”
—Publishers Weekly on Love in Disguise

Available at your local bookstore, or by calling 1-800-877-2665.

Carol Cox has an abiding love for history, mystery, and romance. The author of more than
25 books, she believes in the power of story to convey spiritual truths. A pastor’s wife and
homeschooling mom, she makes her home with her husband and daughter in a remote
spot in northern Arizona, where the deer and the antelope really do play—within view of
the family’s front porch. Learn more at

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