Lumberjacks and Ladies Work Together to Build America Struggling to remain independent in the 1800s, four women reluctantly open up to help from lumberjacks--and love. All That Glitters by Candice Sue Patterson 1851--Maine Winifred finds herself running the family lobstering business when her father and brothers join the California gold rush. Will she stubbornly reject help from a local lumberjack? Winter Roses by Pegg Thomas 1865--Michigan Elizabeth cooks for a logging crew, spurning the men's advances, until reoccurring gifts capture her attention. Will she heed her mother's warning about "shanty boys"? Not for Love by Naomi Much 1881--Wisconsin Widowed, Maggie seeks a husband--in name only--from the logging camps, but the man who answers her letter is a surprise. Can she open her heart to love again? Undercover Logger by Jennifer Lamont Leo 1890--Idaho Carrie will not sell her timberland and allows the banker's nephew to sign onto her logging crew to ferret out the reason she is losing money at an alarming rate. Will truth be revealed to her forlorn heart?