Monday, April 18, 2016

Craftie Ladies - Love Inspired Historical April 2016 Releases



Listed below are the upcoming releases from our talented Love Inspired Historical April authors here at Craftie Ladies of Romance. To purchase any of these wonderful books, just click on the book cover. And to learn more about the authors, click on their names.

Shotgun Marriage


by Danica Favorite


Conveniently Wed
Forced to wed to protect their reputations after being trapped overnight in a mine, Emma Jane and Jasper Jackson's marriage is one in name only. Resenting the choices taken from him, Jasper's determined not to lose his heart. But it's not so easy to stay distanced from his new bride when a gang of bandits abducts them both.
Other young women might be ecstatic to land Leadville's wealthiest bachelor. But Emma Jane would rather have Jasper's love than his family's money. A true bond with her handsome husband seems impossible…until their ordeal leaves Emma Jane caring for an orphaned baby. In reach now is the one thing neither expected—the chance to turn a convenient marriage into a forever family.

Mail Order Mix-Up

(Book 1 in Boom Town Brides series)


by ChristineJohnson

Groom Not Wanted

When Pearl Lawson sees an ad for a mail-order bride, she leaps at the opportunity to find a husband for her best friend. But the town’s most dashing bachelor has caught the eye of several aspiring brides-to-be…and even Pearl is drawn to him. Though the schoolteacher has no intentions of marrying, her instant connection with Roland Decker cannot be denied.

Roland doesn’t know how an ad seeking a wife for his brother found its way into print. But now he has to handle the hopeful applicants—women who think he’s the future groom. Not to mention the feisty, matchmaking schoolteacher who is just as determined not to marry as he is. Will this mix-up push Roland and Pearl to forget their plans of staying single and allow love into their lives?

5 comments:

Scraproni: Adventures of Single Woman said...

loved both these books

Christine Johnson said...

Thanks, Scraproni!

CatMom said...

I still need to get Danica's book, but am reading Christine's MAIL ORDER MIX-UP right now and am LOVING it!! :)
Hugs, Patti Jo

Deb Kastner said...

These look wonderful. I have Danica's book on my TBR but I need to get Christine's.

Mary Alford said...

What a great bunch of historical books. Great job, ladies.