A Lady in the Making by Susan Page Davis / Prairie Dreams Series Book Three October 2012 / $12.99 / 320 Pages / Paperback ISBN: 978-1-61626-441-3 Susan Page Davis takes readers on a rollicking ride with romance in A Lady in the Making, book three in the Prairie Dreams series releasing October 2012. Millie Evans has changed, choosing to leave rather than join an outlaw gang with her brother. Hoping for a new future, she boards a stagecoach but runs into her past and David Stone—a man she and her brother once tried to swindle. As she tries to convince David she’s changed, her brother’s gang holds up the stagecoach. Fighting beside David goes a long way to softening his heart, but he’s still not convinced. Millie must trust God to show David the truth, but will he see before it’s too late? Susan Page Davis is the author of. . .
What made you interested in writing Christian Historical Fiction? Do you write any other genres? I’ve always been interested in history. My parents valued family heritage and history highly. I was a college history major. There are so many fascinating true stories in the past! They inspire me to write fiction, but sometimes the true story is more incredible than the fictional one. And yes, I write mystery, suspense and women’s fiction as well. Are there any other Christian Historical Fiction authors that you think your readers would enjoy? There are many out there! I personally enjoy Kim Sawyer, Deeanne Gist, Tracie Peterson, Vickie McDonough, Cathy Marie Hake, and others. Are there bits and pieces that were cut in editing that you might ever share with your readers? Yes, if space had allowed, I would have shared more about Anne and Daniel’s childhoods. Is the Prairie Dreams Series for those. . .
Finding an imposter instead of her uncle means Anne’s quest must continue after The Lady’s Maid is wed, and Dan is determined to protect her from the swindlers now trailing her. But though he’s good at keeping her safe, he’s certain he’ll never be able to convince Anne to be his wife since her sights are set on finding her uncle and returning to England. As her quest becomes even more difficult—and dangerous—Anne finds her feelings for Dan changing. Will she soon be envisioning a new life in America?
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The Bride’s Prerogative by Susan Page Davis Ladies Shooting Guide Series Omnibus Genre: Christian Historical Romance Date Published: November 2011 Publisher: Barbour Books Enjoy all three of Susan Page Davis’s Wild West novels in one jumbo book. Gert Dooley organizes target practice for the women of Fergus, Idaho, but the shooting club soon becomes an integral part of solving a murder—and bringing the sheriff and Gert together. A string of mysterious events has the women trying to restore peace while coaxing Libby Adams and the shy gunsmith together. Vashti Edwards dream job as a stagecoach driver becomes especially dangerous when a band of robbers begins to attack the stagecoach line and threatens her chances with the town’s blacksmith. [iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/bO0WrMqpkgg?rel=0 600 305] A murder in Fergus, Idaho, has the town’s women scared. But the men don’t seem able to stop the rash of thefts, assaults, and vandalism that. . .
The Captive Trail is second in a six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896. Although a series, each book can be read singularly.
Taabe Waipu has run away from her Comanche village and is fleeing south in Texas on a horse she stole from a dowry left outside her family’s teepee. The horse has an accident and she is left on foot, injured and exhausted. She staggers onto a road near Fort Chadbourne and collapses.
On one of the first runs through Texas, Butterfield Overland Mail Company driver Ned Bright carries two Ursuline nuns returning to their mission station. They come across a woman who is nearly dead from exposure and dehydration and take her to the mission.
With some detective work, Ned discovers Taabe Waipu is Billie Morgan. He plans to unite her with her family, but the Comanche have other ideas, and the two end up defending the mission station.
Through Taabe (Billie) and Ned we learn the true meaning of healing and restoration amid seemingly powerless situations.
A Lady and Her Maid Embark upon a Wild West Quest
Award-Winning Author’s Latest Offering Entertains and Inspires
Travel along with Elise Finster and her British mistress, Lady Anne Stone, as they search for the new but missing earl of Stoneford. Determined to follow David Stone’s somewhat cold trail leading to Oregon, greenhorns Elise and Anne secure livestock and supplies to join a wagon train. Will the ladies succeed in their quest or succumb to the malfeasance of the mysterious man dogging their heels? Scout Eb Bentley’s initial disgust with these ill-prepared women eventually turns into admiration for one lady in particular. Can he protect her long enough to win her over, or will prairie dreams turn into a Wild West nightmare?
In the summer of 1860, Prince Edward Island is astir. Its citizens eagerly anticipate the arrival of the first member of the British royal family to visit the island. Molly Orland is too poor to be invited to the ball, but she and several other local young women are thrilled when they’re hired as extra staff at the lieutenant governor’s house, where the young Prince of Wales will be a guest. Peter Stark has arrived a few days in advance of the royal party to make sure arrangements are suitable for the prince. He is attracted to the beauty of the island—and to a young local girl named Molly, whom he’s determined to shield from the notorious antics of the playboy prince. When Peter and Molly discover a long-buried secret that could bring shame to his royal employer, will he remain a loyal servant— or help Molly’s family get the. . .
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What have you found lately about Christian Historical Fiction that intrigues you? Here are a couple reviews and such that I have found interesting. 🙂 The Fire in Ember by DiAnn Mills book trailer was added Author Thoughts: Author Jody Hedlund on how an online presence helps make a best seller… Current Q&A with BJ Hoff Two part Interview with Love Inspired Historical author Laurie Kingery Historical and Contemporary author Kaye Dacus is having surgery Author Sarah Sundin announces the cover for her next book Blue Skies Tomorrow (Revell, August 2011) CHF Reviews: Whisper on the Wind by Maureen Lang (Reviewed by mama Mel of Mel’s Coffee Break) Nightingale by Susan May Warren (Reviewed & Interview by Renee of Black ‘n Gold Girl’s Book Spot) Nightingale (also reviewed by Tinas Book Reviews) Nightingale (also reviewed by A Sequence of Continuous Delights) A Prairie Christmas Collection (Reviewed at The Friendly Book. . .
The Blacksmith’s Bravery, Book 3 in Susan Page Davis’s historical romance series, The Ladies’ Shooting Club, releases November 1. By age twelve, Vashti Edwards was orphaned and working her way west in saloons. Life in Fergus, Idaho, has given her new hope in Christian friends from The Ladies Shooting Club and an employer who turned her saloon into a restaurant. But money’s tight, and Vashti tries to get the job she’s dreamed of—as a stagecoach driver. Griffin Bane, local blacksmith, is overseeing the stagecoach line and admits he needs more help. But can a woman—even one known to be a good markswoman—handle the challenges and dangers on the trail? And can he brave the beautiful distraction she makes riding alongside him? Readers have come to love the fictional town of Fergus, Idaho, and the feisty women who lived there in the 1880s. Vashti is one of several saloon girls who. . .
Has the Blacksmith Been Bowled over by Beauty? Davis Wraps Up The Ladies’ Shooting Club Series with a Bang Uhrichsville, OH—Enjoy a humorous Wild West romance adventure in which a former saloon girl, a blacksmith, and The Ladies’ Shooting Club save the stagecoach line from robbers. Releasing in November 2010, The Blacksmith’s Bravery is the third and final installment in the Ladies’ Shooting Club series by award-winning author Susan Page Davis. In The Blacksmith’s Bravery, Vashti Edwards is orphaned and working her way west in different saloons by the age of twelve. Life in Fergus, Idaho, has given Vashti new hope in Christian friends from The Ladies’ Shooting Club and an employer who turned her saloon into a restaurant. But money’s tight, and Vashti tries to get her dream job—stagecoach driver. Griffin Bane, local blacksmith, is overseeing the stagecoach line and admits he needs more help. But can a woman—even. . .
IT’S 1915, AND EMMA SHUSTER HAS FAR TOO MUCH ON HER MIND TO ENTERTAIN NOTIONS OF ROMANCE…
A female Navy cryptographer seeks to save lives…and uncover her father’s killers.
In 1915, German sympathizers escalated acts of sabotage in the United States to keep the nation from joining in the war. With enemies lurking at every turn, whom can Emma trust? Is romance the true motive behind her tow suitors advances? Or could one-or both of them-have traitorous intentions in mind?
Brand new from Summerside Press in stores today is Crimson Cipher by Susan Page Davis, romantic suspense set in 1915. A female Navy cryptographer seeks to save lives…and uncover her father’s killers. In 1915, German sympathizers escalated acts of sabotage in the United States to keep the nation from joining in the war. Following the mysterious murder of Emma Shuster’s father, Lt. John Patterson invites Emma to become a Navy cryptographer because of the expertise she gained in helping her father develop a cipher system. Emma finds new strength in her faith as she strives to outwit her adversary, known only as Kobold—German for goblin. Can Emma and John find love in the midst of turmoil as America plunges toward war? Susan has this posted her her website: › Solve a cipher message in my new book! Summerside Press is sponsoring a contest detailed inside my new book, The Crimson. . .
Today’s Wild Card author is: Susan Page Davis and the book: The Sheriff’s Surrender Barbour Books (December 1, 2009) ***Special thanks to Angie Brillhart of Barbour Publishing for sending me a review copy.*** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Award-winning author Susan Page Davis is a mother of six who lives in Maine with her husband, Jim. She worked as a newspaper correspondent for more than twenty-five years in addition to home-schooling her children. She writes historical romances and cozy mysteries and is a member of ACFW. Visit her Web site at Visit the author’s website. Product Details: List Price: $10.97Paperback: 320 pagesPublisher: Barbour Books (December 1, 2009)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 1602605629ISBN-13: 978-1602605626 AND NOW…THE FIRST CHAPTER: Fergus, Idaho May 1885 Gert Dooley aimed at the scrap of red calico and squeezed the trigger. The Spencer rifle she held cracked, and the red cloth fifty yards away shivered. “I’d say your shooting piece is in. . .