Monday, March 6, 2017

Craftie Ladies ~ Love Inspired March Historical Releases

Jean C. Gordon here with what's new from our talented Craftie Ladies Love Inspired Historical writers. To buy these wonderful books, just click the book covers. And to learn more about the authors, click on their names. Express Mail-Order Bride
by Rhonda Gibson 
Needing a home and a husband to help her raise her orphaned nephews, Bella Wilson travels to Wyoming in response to a mail-order bride ad. But when she arrives, she discovers Pony Express rider Philip Young didn't place the ad. With her groom-to-be insisting he's not looking for a wife, Bella must convince him to marry her for the sake of the children. Philip never planned to marry, but he can't possibly turn away a woman in distress and allow her nephews to end up in an orphanage as he once had. A marriage of convenience is the perfect solution. But when he slowly discovers that family life may be what he's been looking for all along, can he convince Bella to give love a chance? A Temporary Family
by Sherri Shackelford 
When Tilly Hargreaves and her three nieces are stranded at his small stagecoach station in an abandoned town and threatened by outlaws, Nolan West must protect them. And the only way he can do that is by pretending he's married to Tilly. But can the former solider, whose only wish is for solitude, stop himself from growing attached to his temporary family? Tilly knows the charade is necessary to keep her and the girls safe, but now her heart is in danger. The longer she pretends the stoic station agent is her husband, the more genuine their union feels. Nolan believes he's better off alone, but Tilly's certain that if he'd only open his heart to his make-believe family, he'd want to claim them as his for real.


Margaret Daley said...

LIH does a great job with their covers.

Christine Johnson said...

Congratulations Rhonda and Sherri!

Debby Giusti said...

The stories sound wonderful!!! Love both covers and the blurbs!

Rhonda Gibson said...

Thanks Christine. I agree Margaret, I think they do nice covers.