MAIL ORDER BRIDE – Twilight’s Last Gleaming – Clean Historical Western Romance (Sawyerville Mail Order Brides – Book 13) by Debra Samms

Susannah was one of 50 prospective American mail order brides who were brought to Oregon to marry the loggers and to civilize Sawyerville. She had escaped Manchester where if she had stayed would surely have worked herself to death at the textile mill. In her short life, she had already suffered a broken heart at the hand of a promising, but broken man. She longed for a family of her own and wanted a man who would love her and be loyal to her only.Bill had his own reasons to move to Sawyerville. As a man of many talents, he felt his best way to earn money was as a logger. Most of all, he wants a good life and a good woman to share it with. At first sight of Susannah, he immediately knew that he wanted her.But there are other forces at work to keep them apart. When he tries to impress her with his wealth, he quickly finds out that Susannah cannot be bought. She wants more.Twilight’s Last Gleaming is Book 12 in the Sawyerville mail order bride series. This series is about brave women who traveled by land and sea under difficult circumstances to find love and happiness in Sawyerville, Oregon, a place where it turns out that many of the loggers are not receptive to respectable girls.

Author: Debra Samms

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Tales Of The Babysitter Volume 4 (Older man younger woman, babysitter, short romance) by Claudia Chapman

FREE 7 full length books when you download this book, see inside for details!

Keith Simms was the type of person people gravitated towards. Perhaps it was his chosen profession of advertising sales that caused him to be so outgoing and friendly. He had prided himself on being an honest, hard-working man whose integrity was more important then making sales. He believed in the goodness of people and it reflected in his face, his expressions, his body language and even in his voice.

The change to him was sudden, shocking, but not unexpected.

Tamara Simms made a stop at a convenience store on her way home from work. The weather was clear, the wind was cool on her skin, and the sun had just set. She needed to top off her tank, pick up a roll of paper towels, and get home in time to bake some Stromboli and get Keith and Ricky (their little boy) ready for the road trip they had scheduled for the next day.

The first shot rang out and hit her clavicle with enough force to spin her around. The items she was carrying strewn about, the second shot struck her at the base of her neck, disconnecting her spinal cord from her brain.

She was dead before she hit the floor.

The robber was a rookie, a 19 year-old kid trying to feed a heroin addiction. He was so wired, when she walked around the corner of the aisle, she startled him and he reacted on impulse. The result was the death of Keith Simms’ beautiful wife.

The killer had taken his eyes off of the clerk and by the time he fired his shot from the .44 Magnum hidden under the counter, it was just too late. It became too late for the killer as well. The clerk shot and his his mark, the left temporal lobe. Instantly dead.

Keith’s mourning had turned into full blown alcoholism and a lack of concern for anyone or anything, except for his sorrowful moments concerning his son, Ricky.
It had been difficult and almost killed him, leaving Ricky without a mother and in reality without a father too.

At the lowest point in his life, in stepped someone new, an angel. She despised Keith at first, but would she have the strength and patience to save him and his son from a fate worse than death? Would her love and adoration for a small innocent boy withstand the shrapnel from his self-destructive father? Will he wake up long enough to see the value of the gift he had been given?

She would either be his redemption, or his destruction…

*Warning* This book contains explicit contains intended for adults.

Author: Claudia Chapman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Romance in the Sunshine: A Short Story about Building Relationships FREE AUDIO by Terry Atkinson

A clean & wholesome romance. Genevieve is waiting for Ryan to meet her in the park on the old, stone bench. Then Holly arrives and throws Genevieve into doubt and uncertainty about her relationship with Ryan, testing her love and trust.

Terry Atkinson writes pure fiction romances, but her readers often comment that there are many self-help lessons to be learned in her books about love, romance and life. If you need a boost to give you motivation to weather the storms of life and relationships, treat yourself to this short read.

Author: Terry Atkinson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Chasing Tornadoes by Sherry Chamblee

Planting a new Mennonite church in Northern California sounds like the perfect fit for Jessica’s youth group. That is until she realizes she needs one more adult, and everyone is busy – well, almost. Everyone except the one guy who acts like he’s terrified of her. Is it something about her that scares him? Or is he that way with everyone? Maybe this trip will give her the chance to figure him out. ………………..Although he’s known Jessica his entire life, Charlie has hardly been able to drum up the courage to say more than a word to her. It’s a dream come true when she asks him to go on the youth mission trip – the perfect answer to his prayers to get to know Jessica better. Will the mission trip change his life in all the ways he hopes for, or will disasters only increase the distance between them?Can Charlie and Jessica put aside their fears in order to find God’s best for their lives?

Author: Sherry Chamblee

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

By Heart and Compass: Clean & Wholesome Romance by Danielle Thorne

Lacey Whitman is obsessed with a forgotten pirate of the Golden Age. When she discovers a hidden diary, she never dreams it will lead her back to the sea and into the arms of the dive bum she’d rather forget. Max Bertrand is jaded, conceited, and riddled with trust issues. He’s easy on the eyes, but hard on the heart. Unfortunately, he’s the only man in the Caribbean that has the answers she needs. Lacey’s habit of living in the past comes to an abrupt halt when Max and the diary of his ancestor take her on the quest of a lifetime: to discover and raise the lost privateer ship, Specter, and bring the treasure and legacy of a true hero home again. But will finding it cost her heart?

Author: Danielle Thorne

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Bind Not the Heart: A Windflower Saga Novella by Aleksandra Layland

We met Sister Ermentrude in “Of Wisdom and Valor: The Art of War. The Path of Peace.” (Part II of The Windflower Saga) and learned about her twin brother’s death at the hands of pirates. But what forces and circumstances brought their family and the Ansgar family together? What led both Ermen and Ermentrude to follow a path of service? Who were these educators who raised Keridwen and Leofric from childhood with all the love of a mother and father? And where did Ermentrude’s path take her in later years? In a heartwarming tale which weaves the early lives of several characters together, including Keridwen’s parents Lady Anwen and Duke Bogumil, and introduces new characters who influenced the lives of these twin siblings, we learn more about this woman who was just as comfortable as a provincial governor in southern Kimbria as she was being the teacher in a small, rural school in a remote kingdom far from her homeland.

Author: Aleksandra Layland

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Tales Of The Babysitter Volume 4 (Older man younger woman, babysitter, short romance) by Claudia Chapman

FREE 7 full length books when you download this book, see inside for details!

Keith Simms was the type of person people gravitated towards. Perhaps it was his chosen profession of advertising sales that caused him to be so outgoing and friendly. He had prided himself on being an honest, hard-working man whose integrity was more important then making sales. He believed in the goodness of people and it reflected in his face, his expressions, his body language and even in his voice.

The change to him was sudden, shocking, but not unexpected.

Tamara Simms made a stop at a convenience store on her way home from work. The weather was clear, the wind was cool on her skin, and the sun had just set. She needed to top off her tank, pick up a roll of paper towels, and get home in time to bake some Stromboli and get Keith and Ricky (their little boy) ready for the road trip they had scheduled for the next day.

The first shot rang out and hit her clavicle with enough force to spin her around. The items she was carrying strewn about, the second shot struck her at the base of her neck, disconnecting her spinal cord from her brain.

She was dead before she hit the floor.

The robber was a rookie, a 19 year-old kid trying to feed a heroin addiction. He was so wired, when she walked around the corner of the aisle, she startled him and he reacted on impulse. The result was the death of Keith Simms’ beautiful wife.

The killer had taken his eyes off of the clerk and by the time he fired his shot from the .44 Magnum hidden under the counter, it was just too late. It became too late for the killer as well. The clerk shot and his his mark, the left temporal lobe. Instantly dead.

Keith’s mourning had turned into full blown alcoholism and a lack of concern for anyone or anything, except for his sorrowful moments concerning his son, Ricky.
It had been difficult and almost killed him, leaving Ricky without a mother and in reality without a father too.

At the lowest point in his life, in stepped someone new, an angel. She despised Keith at first, but would she have the strength and patience to save him and his son from a fate worse than death? Would her love and adoration for a small innocent boy withstand the shrapnel from his self-destructive father? Will he wake up long enough to see the value of the gift he had been given?

She would either be his redemption, or his destruction…

*Warning* This book contains explicit contains intended for adults.

Author: Claudia Chapman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Charmed by an Earl (Hearts of London Book 1) by Belinda Atherton

Before Amy Cahill’s father died, he drank and gambled away every farthing. It’s now Amy’s first Season and her family is counting on her to marry well. When, on her very first night at Almacks, she is charmed by the dashing Major Hampton, it’s love at first sight, but what of her obligations to her family? Freddie is smitten by the lovely Miss Amy Cahill and would like nothing more than to offer her his hand in marriage. But, Freddie is not all that he seems. He also has obligations, not only to his regimen, but to his family title.Will Freddie reveal himself before it is too late and he loses Amy forever? What will Amy think of his deception when she learns Major Freddie Hampton is really Earl Frederick Havering?CHARMED BY THE EARL is a 20,000 word historical regency romance with an inspirational theme of sweet love. As always, it is clean and wholesome with no cliff-hangers, no cheating, and a guaranteed happily ever after ending.

Author: Belinda Atherton

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
4 reviews