Small-Town Summer Brides
Love is Buzzing in the Good Old Summertime.
Four historical romances flourish in the Victorian era as romance and love change both the hearts of young couples as well as the communities in which they are planted.
The Honey Bride by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer. Katie Tucker must overcome her fear of the bees her father left as her inheritance to run the family farm and her fear of those like Pete Dent who offer to help her. He'll rebuild her barn, but is his friendship genuine?
The Lumberjack's Bride by Pam Hillman. Chicago transplant Lucy Denson cooks for a logging crew in the Mississippi backwoods until she can return to her idea of civilization. Can Eli Everett help her rethink her ideals?
The Summer Harvest Bride by Maureen Lang. Sally Hobson is practically engaged to the mayor's son when Lukas Daughton and his family come to town to build a gristmill. She can't deny an unusual feeling growing for Lukas, but is he trustworthy?
The Wildflower Bride by Amy Lillard. Grace Sinclair would never dream of leaving her Ozarks, so when Ian McGruer visits for a wedding, she ignores her sudden romantic thoughts. Can Ian make her see the way of love?
About The Lumberjack’s Bride: Chicago transplant, Lucy Denson cooks for a logging crew in the Mississippi backwoods until she can return to her idea of civilization. Can Eli Everett help her rethink her ideals?