Happy “Book Birthday” to Sophia’s Leap-Year Courtship! Brand new release, today, on every major eBook retail site. In celebration, I’m sharing what makes this title so different than other mail-order bride romances, AND a full scene from the middle of the book.
I’m pleased to introduce Mary Alford’s new release, Grace and the Rancher, a Sweet, Contemporary, Christian Romance. This brand-new title is set in the Colorado mountains (my favorite!). See the introduction, presented by Lizzy, the heroine’s golden retriever.
A bicycle built for two plays a role in my new release, Sophia’s Leap-Year Courtship. Such bicycles are romantic–and they’re making a resurgence. I see them in romantic bridal photography, all over Pinterest, and the research for the book showed me just when they were originally “a thing” and how they could fit into this book. Come see!
Though American Victorian women took to the safety bicycle in droves, newspaper and public notices of the day show that women on bicycles were not widely accepted. A public service announcement from The Woman’s Rescue League proclaimed that women on bicycles were immoral, vulgar, disease-ridden, and unwomanly. Such attitudes didn’t keep women from their bicycles, and with the advent of the new Safety Bicycle, women such as my character, Sophia Sorensen (Sophia’s Leap-Year Courtship), took to cycling and had no interest in forfeiting the exercise and transportation.
I’m delighted to introduce a new release by Melanie D. Snitker: Finding Joy. I had the pleasure of reading this title prior to release date, and include my review inside. This Sweet Contemporary Christian Romance is book five in Melanie’s Love’s Compass Series. Recommended!
Today is A Book Birthday for brand-new release GUNSMOKE & GINGHAM, five brand-new novellas by FIVE USA Today Bestselling, Amazon Bestselling, and Award-winning Authors. This bundle contains my new novella The Gunsmith’s Bride–and this is the one and only place you can find it! This new box set is just 99-cents! This article contains not just the opening scene but the first TWO CHAPTERS. Come on in and meet my characters: the gunsmiths–George and Morgan Hudson (father and son), and the brides–Zylphyia and Elizabeth (mother and daughter).