TRAVEL AND TRIALS ALONG THE OREGON TRAIL
Olga, 19-years old, finds herself in an arranged marriage to an older widower, Peter Graus. He had already made plans to travel from Ohio to Oregon, and so that will be her new lot in life. When tragedy strikes, provisions are lost, they find themselves heading back to Missouri. Barely into the trip, ambushed, Peter is murdered, and everything they owned stolen. That is how Thomas Meyers, with the guide of an Indian, will find this young woman and her deceased husband.
Thomas left his trading post near Canada when his partner was murdered, and he fears for his own life. Decides to travel and join up with a wagon train, his goal is to head west to California. Not to pan for gold, but to have a trading post. Finding Olga, he tries to get her back to the wagon train, but instead, join up with the Mormon group, where he scouts and hunts for them.
The story will take the reader on the journey, with the hardships, life, and death situations, various landmarks, Indians, and the people on the trail. Thomas will take responsibility for Olga, and in the process, they will begin a love affair, that will also include domestic discipline. The story has a large cast of interesting characters, historical facts and locations, and a glimpse into a harsher life and travel, all in the hopes of a brighter future. There are many spankings and plenty of explicit sex scenes along the journey.