I love novella collections, I really truly do. I love them for vacation to carry a little bit of everyone with you. But I also love them for meeting new authors. In this instance, all four of these ladies are not new to me. Actually all four of these ladies find themselves on my favorites list. Contains four sweeping stories from bestselling historical romance authors. Provides novella-length releases between authors’ full-length novels. One-of-a-kind stories set in antebellum and post-bellum Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Includes Reading Group Guides. Bonus content: http://media.harpercollinschristian.com/page/fairmagnoliastreasury/ Dorothy Love writes a good deep story. Even for a short story her writing can captivate an audience. It’s amazing when a character can make you so angry… I was wondering if this was going to be along the lines of an unrequited until very later years love story like a Nicholas Sparks novel. Reading the whole of. . .
Wedding planner Summer Nelson is throwing herself into her work to avoid the pain of her recent marriage separation. Husband Luke knows he made a mistake—but doesn’t know how to fix it. When a hurricane traps them together, the crisis just might tear them apart forever.
Penniless, pregnant, and newly widowed immigrant Rachel Gordon doesn’t believe her situation could get any worse…until she meets her new neighbors. Shortly after the War of 1812, Rachel and her husband set out from England for a plantation in South Carolina, which he had purchased sight unseen. However, while en route, Tom Gordon fell overboard and drowned, leaving Rachel, frightened and alone, to make a home for her and her newborn. Can a battle-scarred American physician who comes to her rescue also heal her wounded heart? Margaret Daley Margaret Daley has been writing for over twenty years and has published more than three dozen fiction titles. She and her husband reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Contact Information Website: www.margaretdaley.com
I am really excited about the month of November and it’s not just because my birthday is November 18th (*hint* Mama needs a nook…) but really one of the main reasons I am excited is because Barbour Books, one of my favorite publishers for Christian Historical Fiction is re-releasing some of my favorite author series in omnibus editions. Today I finally have some of them in my hands and let me tell you they are gorgeous! Charles Towne Belles Trilogy by M. L. Tyndall (aka MaryLu Tyndall) has a gorgeous lavender side binding and the cover has a sun kiss over the sea that is rather a combination of all the titles — use the brightness from The Red Siren, the orange and yellow tones from The Blue Enchantress, and the lastly the lavender and pink hues from The Raven Saint. This is a large trade paperback book with 952. . .
I’m debating the idea of a book. It would take place in South Carolina in the 1800s. Does anyone have any book recommendations, just to get in the mood and ideas of the times? Be it fiction or real historical, all ideas are desired. MJ