Introducing The 12 Brides of Summer

Pam Amy Brides

Available the first of each summer month in batches of three novellas for $2.99 each

The same dozen authors who provided The 12 Brides of Christmas e-book collection last fall for Barbour Publishing, have teamed up again for summer 2015.

Appropriately titled The 12 Brides of Summer Collection, this season the e-books will be released in groups of three at the value price of $2.99 for three novellas.

To provide a consistent reading experience for the summer, the triple-novella collections will be released on the first of the month.

Collection #1, featuring Blue Moon Bride by Susan Page Davis; The Sunbonnet Bride by Michelle Ule; and The Wildflower Bride by Amy Lilliard, will release June 1.

July 1 will see the release of Collection #2 with  The Bride Rides Herd by Mary Connealy; The Fourth of July Bride by Amanda Cabot; and The Summer Harvest Bride by Maureen Lang.

Margaret Brownley’s Dog Days of Summer; Miralee Ferrell’s The Dogwood Blossom Bride, and Pam Hillman’s The Lumberjack’s Bride will release as Collection #3 on August 1.

The end of summer, September 1, will feature Vickie McDonough’s The County Fair Bride, Diana Brandmeyer’s The Honey Bride and Davalynn Spencer’s The Columbine Bride.

For a description of each story, please see Barbour Publishing’s 12 Brides website: www.12Brides.com

With just a few exceptions, the stories are all linked to tales from last Christmas. The 12 Brides of Christmas novellas are still available for 99 cents, in case you want to do some early reading,here.

bridesAll twelve summer novellas feature romances set across the western half of the United states, from central Illinois to the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas to Goldendale, Washington, between the years 1851- 1897.

You catch glimpses of fascinating periods in America: novellas set at the building of a controversial grist mill; bandits on the Union Pacific Railroad; a lumber camp in Mississippi and two romances based in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The themes explored include tools for making a living, an engagement of convenience, dealing with separations, handling a herd of children, independence, accepting help and interpreting God’s will.

The novellas include inspirational elements, a lively cast of characters, country dances, town celebrations and even unusual weather.

Perfect for a glass of lemonade and a summer’s day!

Watch for information about the authors and individual stories on this website every month!

(For those readers who want to own all twelve stories at once–The 12 Brides of Summer novellas will be published in one deluxe volume, in summer 2016.)

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