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Becky Wade releases the first novel in her new Bradford Sisters series this May. To kick off this series, she has recently released a novella (in electronic and print formats) entitled Then Came You, which offers some of the backstory related to the Bradford sisters’ parents and their history. Garner Bradford will inherit the Bradford Shipping empire, but he is convinced that day will arrive far into the future. First, he faces his own personal challenges, as he finds himself…Continue
Eva Marie Everson releases her newest novel, The One True Love of Alice-Ann, this month. While the novel takes place primarily during the early part of World War II, Alice-Ann’s story begins in the days just before the war. As a budding sixteen-year-old, Alice-Ann has a crush on her older brother’s friend and plans to share her feelings with him at her birthday party. However, the events at Pearl Harbor devastate the people of her small Georgia town, even as they send the young men…Continue
Ms. Camden’s novels regularly feature a wide variety of historical settings and locations across the United States. Her most recent book takes readers to the coast of California in the years bridging the turn of the twentieth century. Jenny Bennett works as a nurse at Presidio Army Base, where she happens to meet an intriguing naval officer in the months prior to the Spanish-American War. However, Lieutenant Ryan Gallagher’s illness set back his secret mission for the U.S. government and…Continue
In The Elusive Miss Ellison, debut author Carolyn Miller brings the Regency era to life. Lavinia Ellison has dedicated her life to helping the poor in her small village, as an extension of her father’s parish. When the new Earl of Hawkesbury arrives in the area, Lavinia is determined that he should take responsibility for his tenant’s welfare and the condition of his properties. After barely surviving his military service, Nicholas Stamford seeks peace and quiet, rather than his…Continue