Monday, May 8, 2017

New for May from our Love Inspired Historical Authors

Jean C. Gordon here with new must buys from our Love Inspired Historical authors. Just click on a cover to buy one. And to learn more about these talented ladies, click on their names.

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An Unlikely Mother
by Danica Favorite 

Bound by a Child
Hoping to overcome her reputation as Leadville, Colorado's biggest gossip, wealthy socialite Flora Montgomery offers to help a miner care for an abandoned child. But her growing affection for the sweet boy's handsome rescuer could be a problem. Especially since her parents insist she must marry for money.

Undercover mine owner George Baxter is digging himself into a dilemma. The once-spoiled Flora has become a delightful, generous woman, and she'll be devastated by his deception. Yet if he can't discover who's sabotaging the mine, George will lose any chance of making a home for Flora and Pierre. Can the little boy who holds both their hearts help them lay claim to a new dream of family?

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Her Cherokee Groom
by Valerie Hansen 

Runaway Wedding
On the run from false murder charges, Annabelle Lang can only count on one man, Cherokee diplomat Charles McDonald. The handsome ambassador has already helped her escape Washington City. Now he's proposing marriage to protect her honor. Though she's losing her heart to Charles, Annabelle's certain his offer comes from duty, not love.

Charles's feelings for the flaxen-haired beauty go beyond mere companionship, but he's doubtful a lady like Annabelle would ever consider him under normal circumstances. And with his family expecting him to wed a Cherokee bride, he wouldn't have asked. If it's more than convenience that binds Charles and Annabelle, there's only one way to find out—he'll have to court his own wife!

7 comments:

  1. Danica, I remember visiting Leadville when I was in Colorado last. I went down into a mine. Beautiful area. Congratulations on your new book

    Valerie, your books sounds so interesting. I live in Oklahoma where the Cherokee settled, and I've studied their history.

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  2. They both sound wonderful. Congratulations!

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  3. Congrats to May authors. I love the covers. :)

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  4. Both stories sound wonderful. I was raised in Denver, so I'm familiar with Leadville. What I remember is I never could survived a winter there. Valerie, I love stories with native American heroes.

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  5. I love seeing a Cherokee story available. I can't wait to read it. And Danica's sounds really good too.

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