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12 Brides of Summer: Amy Lillard

Amy Lillard

With summer heating up, Amy Lillard has written The Wildflower Bride for (now bestselling!) The 12 Brides of Summer Collection. As a sequel to last winter’s The Gingerbread Bride, The Wildflower Bride follows the fortunes of the second sister, Grace Sinclair Older sister Maddie is married in the opening scene, set in the 1875 Ozarks, and […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Margaret Brownley

Margaret Brownley

Best-selling author Margaret Brownley contributed the Dog Days of Summer Bride to The 12 Brides of Summer Collection. Unlike the other novellas in The 12 Brides of Summer, the Dog Days of Summer Bride is not a sequel to Margaret’s 12 Brides of Christmas story. She explains why: “It’s hard for me to write sequels because when I finish […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Pam Hillman

Pam Hillman

The Lumberjack’s Bride is Pam Hillman’s contribution to The 12 Brides of Summer Collection A sequel to her The Evergreen Bride story from The 12 Brides of Christmas, The Lumberjack’s Bride returns to the same heart of the Mississippi pine belt in 1889. Many of the characters return to this story set 18 months later […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Davalynn Spencer

Davalynn Spencer

Davalynn Spencer returns to 1886 Colorado with The Columbine Bride in The 12 Brides of Summer Collection. The Columbine Bride is a sequel to her Christmas novella and features a character who demanded his own story. “While I wrote The Snowbound Bride, I became intrigued by a secondary character, Buck, the uncle who helped raise […]

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12 Brides: A Sunbonnet for Health?

Sunbonnet Bride novella

Even though I grew up in Southern California, I never gave a thought to wearing a sunbonnet. In those days, we frolicked in the sunshine and watched our hair sun-bleach and our skin turn brown. Some of us got freckles but no one would be caught dead in a sunbonnet. It was different long ago. […]

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