Historical Bundle-Get all 9 EBOOKS
Historical Bundle-Get all 9 EBOOKS
"These heartwarming romances will pull you in and leave you with a book hangover long after you’ve read the final words.” Julie Grant
This ebook bundle includes:
The Frontier Legacy Bride's Series
♥ A Bride's Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee
Was she his reward or bequest? She didn’t see herself as either.
Heaven Wharton has little left but her pride and a little sister who needs her. Struggling to keep them both fed she prays to hear from her father before they starve, but the answer comes in an unexpected way.
Dr. Travis Logan was finished with medicine and the war—both required fighting and he was through. The unexpected little patch of heaven given to him would be the perfect escape.
A dying promise puts Travis and Heaven in a situation neither saw coming. As they both struggle to control their destiny in a country torn apart by the Civil War, will they finally realize only a heart that follows God can find true peace and happiness?
You’ll love this whimsical happy-ever-after story with its determined young heroine and touches of lighthearted humor. A Bride's Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee is a heartwarming Christian historical romance set at the end of the American Civil War by best-selling author Diana Lesire Brandmeyer.
♥ A Bride's Journey to the Colorado Territory
She’s running from grief. He’s running from war memories. Can they find love on this dangerous journey west?
Cornelia’s parents send her to America hoping to heal her heart. Accompanied by her protective brother, they’ll travel by covered wagon to the Colorado Territory to search for gold. When Cornelia meets a man who seems as troubled as the friend she lost, it seems she might be given a second chance to save someone before it's too late.
Jake, once a prisoner of the Union Army leaves Tennessee in disgrace. He wants nothing more than to find enough gold to start a new life. The last thing he wants is to fall in love.
Can the feisty Cornelia make him leave his past behind?
As the wagon train brings them together, will they look beyond past promises and old pain and discover treasure worth more than gold?
♥ A Bride's Choice in Central City
She’s not who she thought she was…
…And he can’t keep a promise
Will they only disappoint each other?
Annabelle Singleton, a Southern socialite on her way to spinsterhood has her world broken when she discovers her life is a lie. While Annabelle searches for her place in society Thaddeus offers her a glimpse of what things could become. His young daughter grows attached to Annabelle, but is she ready to be a mother when she isn’t sure who hers was?
Despite his intentions, investor Thaddeus Kincaid continues to break promises to his young daughter and late wife. The only way to keep his word is to spend less time managing his company or find a wife. Neither option is viable. Until he meets Annabelle. But she has a secret, and until he finds out what it is, he can’t consider a future with her.
In the end, does the truth make you who you are?
Annabelle will have to decide.
♥ A Promise in Haste in Knob Creek
She has no place to go with her sister.
He’s a widower looking for help.
Marla Atwell's life is turned upside down after her parents' death in an accident. With her mother's high expectations for a husband, Marla is left unprepared and unmarried. With no money or home, her only responsibility is to care for her younger sister. Desperate for survival, Marla turns to the idea of becoming a mail-order bride.
Jack Green, a widower, is not looking for love again, but his café is struggling after a sickness caused by food at his establishment. His customers are no longer loyal. With the suggestion to find a wife to help him cook, Jack assumes that anyone who answers his ad will be looking for a companion and nothing more. When Marla arrives with a child, Jack thinks the worst of her and threatens to send her back East.
Will the hardships the two of them face bring them together or tear them apart? Get this heartwarming mail-order bride romance today.
Small Town Bride Novella Series Love Finds an Outlaw
♥ Love Finds an Outlaw
Can a pistol-packing spinster and an adventure-loving reporter find love amidst the mishaps and trials of the Santa Fe railroad's ill-fated inaugural excursion?
Mary Owen has a ticket to ride the Santa Fe train on a sight-seeing excursion from Topeka, Kansas to Pueblo, Colorado. She intends to live life unrestrained on this trip because it may be her only chance unless she can convince her father to let her choose her own husband. A future of cooking and babies is not the life she wants. Will a news reporter change her mind?
♥ A Christmas Wish
She vowed to marry for love. He promised his daughters a mother for Christmas. Time is running out for both of them.
A handshake between two men changes Alma Pickens’ life. Alma’s father promises her hand in marriage with a wedding due before Christmas. How can she keep her vow to her mother and still honor her father? With only Roy's dimples to capture her attention, Alma can’t conceive of loving a man in four weeks time.
♥ Matchmaker Bride
Emmie Mueller is ready to join her family in Kansas as soon as her grandmother sells the boarding house. Her grandmother won’t leave until the bachelors living in the boarding house have a new home. Emmie has a plan to use her matchmaking skills to find wives for the men. Tables are turned when the bachelors attempt to match her with the newest man in town.
♥The Honey Bride
Afraid of her own shadow and now she's in charge. He can't get her to notice him. It's time to ride out of town.
A tragic barn fire takes Katie’s father and leaves her with a debt she can’t pay. To save her family she must save her farm, but how when she can't talk to people?
Pete has pined for Katie a long time, but he can’t even get a smile from her. He’s given up on settling down and is ready to ride out of town. When lightning strikes the Tucker’s barn, he offers to help Katie with the farm and hopes to win her heart.
Can Katie overcome her shyness and learn to trust Pete?
♥ From a Distance
He wants independence. She longs for safety. Will an orphan girl bring them together?
Beginning a new life, Shanna Becket, secures employment at the Children’s Society Agency. Her first assignment brings her dangerously close to her abusive stepfather. What she didn’t count on is the distraction of a handsome stranger who sends her heart fluttering.
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Roy Gibbons stirred the pot of oatmeal on the woodstove while doing his best to ignore the state of his kitchen.
“Papa, it shouldn’t look like that.” Eight-year-old Elisbet glared at him. “I can’t wait until our Christmas mama gets here.”
If Janie were here, everything would be in the cupboards where it belonged, not shoved into nooks and crannies. He never thought he’d be making breakfast for his daughters, much less trying to keep their frocks clean and pressed. He missed his wife more and more every day. Roy didn’t know how she’d made his home run so smoothly. Not once had he needed to worry about how to get tomato stains off his shirt or when to cut his hair. She’d say in her musical voice, “It’s time, sit down and let me trim that head, Roy.”
When Elisbet asked him for a mother for Christmas, he’d said yes, thinking it couldn’t be that hard to find one.
“Papa, do you think Becky will have sugar cookies at her party?” Frances, his youngest and his shadow, tugged his pant leg.
“Franny, she’s going to have cake. That’s what you have at a birthday party, right, Papa?” Elisbet never had trouble correcting her younger sister.
“But I like sugar cookies.” Frances tugged again. “Can we make cookies when we come home? Mama makes the best kind.”
“Mama made not makes. She’s in heaven. Remember?” Elisbet patted her sister’s shoulder. “When our Christmas mama comes, she’ll make cookies with us.”
“Stop telling her that, Elisbet. It’s not that easy to get a mother. You can’t wish for a mother and I can’t order one from the catalog.“ He slid the pot from the burner, his little shadow still clinging to his leg as he moved. “Sit down, girls, and I’ll fill your bowls.” Roy was still stinging from Widow Percy’s rejection. She’d have been a perfect fill-in for his deceased wife. Seemed logical—she didn’t have a father for her boys, and his girls didn’t have a mother. When he suggested they marry for the common good of their families, she’d done all but slap his face.
Trouble was, he hadn’t lived here long enough to know people. Maybe he’d made a mistake moving here after Janie died. If he’d stayed in Collinsville, he’d have a mother for the girls by now. The whole reason he’d left was because too many young hopefuls were knocking on the door with some treat and mooning over him and the girls. At the time, he didn’t want another wife. No one could fill Janie’s shoes, and these women would be expecting to have children of their own. He couldn’t face that, not after losing Janie and the baby. No, he didn’t need a companion. Just someone to take care of his house and his family.
He scooped up the oatmeal and plopped a lump in each girl’s bowl.
He sat at the head of the table, a daughter on either side of him, and pushed back the hurt that came from seeing Janie’s chair at the other end. The house was different, but the spot across the table was as empty as if he hadn’t left Collinsville. “Grace, then food.” He watched until little hands were folded and heads bowed, then said the prayer followed by an “Amen.”
Frances stuck her fingers on the inside of her bowl to pull it closer. “Hot!” The bowl went spinning from the table to her lap and then crashed to the floor. She wailed.
“Are you all right? Are your fingers burned?“ Roy sprung from his chair and pulled his daughter from hers. He grabbed her hands and flipped them palm up. They weren’t red. Relieved to avoid a crisis, he planted a kiss on her fingertips the way he’d seen Janie do so many times.
“My dress,” Frances whimpered. “It’s dirty. I don’t have another one for the party.”
“Shh, Frances, stop crying. Your fingers look fine, and no one will notice your dress.” Kneeling, he reached under the table for the offending bowl and spoon that had spoiled Frances’s morning.
“If we had a mama, this wouldn’t have happened, Papa.” Elisbet already held a wet rag in her hand. She dabbed at her sister’s dress. “It’s only a little bit of oatmeal. Look, Franny. See? I got it off.”
It bothered him that Elisbet tried to be like Janie, and he had no idea how to prevent it.
“But it’s my favorite and it’s. . ." Frances hiccupped. “Wet!”