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Six 19th Century historical romances in one book.
A Right, Proper Christmas - Jill Stengl
Set in 1860's in England, an ex-soldier feels God's call to preach to those of his class, but no one will teach him theology or even give him a job. He's starving and homeless when a reverend gives him shelter from a storm and treats him like family. A beautiful upper class woman appreciates his kind and gentle demeanor.
Lost and Found - Ginny Aiken
Set in 1870 in Wales, Rhiannon returns to her mining village in Wales. Her childhood infatuation for Trefor, her father’s mine superintendent, turns into love. She is afraid that he'll die in an accident like a relative of hers once had, and worries about committing to a future with him. When he disappears down the mineshaft to rescue trapped miners, she decides to leave the village once again.
Tis the Season - Carla Gade
Set in 1820 in New Jersey, Stephan Yost is resident carpenter of Schooley’s Mountain Resort. He spends off-season working on repairs, renovations, and constructing new buildings. The resort's physician hires him to build a permanent home for the resort’s physician and his daughter Annaliese Braun, who he finds himself falling for.
I Saw Three Ships - Pamela Griffin
Rachel is upset after Malcolm, her childhood love returns to manage the family shipbuilding business in Scotland. He has changed and he's quite secretive. She wonders why he left abruptly, years ago, without saying good-bye. Malcolm wants to bring Rachel to Farthay House as a companion for his mother He wants to renew their relationship and then he will admit the truth.
Colleen of Erin - Tamela Hancock Murray
Set in 1820 in Dublin, Ireland. Finn Donahue is an Irish merchant who runs the local mercantile. Colleen Sullivan shops at Finn's mercantile and devotes time to helping others and donating to various causes. She invites Finn to join her in visiting and handing out gifts at the local orphanage. He soon realizes having ample funds to help others has brought forth compassion he never knew existed.
Mercy Mild - Gina Welborn
Set in 1868 in New Jersey. Deputy Sheriff Ezekiel Norcross, who loves children, is bringing some war-orphans to his home town to unit with their new parents. Essie Hasenclever refuses to have children because of her abusive upbringing, therefore is afraid she will abuse her own. She ends up having to temporarily care for a messy child however she loves cleanliness and order.
Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 (inches)|
New Englander Carla Gade writes from her home amidst the rustic landscapes of Maine. With eight books in print she enjoys bringing her tales to life with historically authentic settings and characters. An avid reader, amateur genealogist, photographer, and house plan hobbyist, Carla's great love (next to her family) is historical research. Though you might find her tromping around an abandoned homestead, an old fort, or interviewing a docent at an historical museum, it's easier to connect with her online at carlaolsongade.com.
Pamela Griffin lives in Texas with her family. Her main goal in writing is to help and encourage those who know the Lord and plant a seed of hope in those who dont, through entertaining stories. She has over fifty titles published to date, in both novels and novellas, and loves to hear from her readers. You can contact her at email@example.com
Tamela Hancock Murray is the author of over thirty novels and nonfiction works. She feels honored and humbled that her books have placed her on bestseller lists and that one of her Barbour titles, Destinations, won an RWA Inspirational Readers Choice Award. Tamela has been a literary agent since 2001 and is with The Steve Laube Agency.
Tamela lives in Virginia with her husband of over thirty years. They are the parents of two lovely daughters. Tamela enjoys church, reading, and spending time with her immediate and extended family and friends.
Tamela is passionate about edifying and encouraging other Christians through her work. She always enjoys hearing from readers. Please visit her on Facebook and Twitter.
ECPA- bestselling author Gina Welborn worked for a news radio station until she fell in love with writing romances. She serves on the American Christian Fiction Writers Foundation Board. Sharing her husband's love for the premier American sportscar, she is a founding member of the Southwest Oklahoma Corvette Club and a lifetime member of the National Corvette Museum. Gina lives with her husband, three of their five Okie-Hokie children, two rabbits, two guinea pigs, and a dog that doesn't realize rabbits and pigs are edible. Find her online at www.ginawelborn.com!