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This week’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical romance book The Soldier’s Lady novella collection by Susanne Dietze, Janette Foreman, Gabrielle Meyer, and Lorna Seilstad.

What is this book about?

Join four adventurous women making their home at Old West forts. Faced with daily challenges—and stubborn men—they bring civility to the frontier.

The Colonel’s Daughter by Gabrielle Meyer
Minnesota, 1828—Fort Snelling
Major Nathaniel Ward is tasked with guarding his commanding officer’s daughter, Ally Benson, from the amorous soldiers at Fort Snelling, but he finds the hardest person to keep in line is himself.

Frontier of Her Heart by Susanne Dietze
California, 1854—Fort Humboldt
All is fair in love and war, but the contest of wills between fort cook Emily Sweet and Assistant Surgeon Boyd Braxton is all about pride, not romance. . .until they must work together to stop an epidemic.

Save the Last Word for Me by Lorna Seilstad
Kansas, 1864—Fort Riley
Determined schoolteacher Adelina Dante believes every man, woman, and child deserves the chance to read and write, but when she approaches Colonel Isaac Scott about why he should allow his illiterate soldiers to attend special classes, she’s the one who gets educated in matters of the heart.

Forever Fort Garland by Janette Foreman
Colorado, 1879—Fort Garland
Annie Moreau arrives at Fort Garland to marry her soldier pen pal, Martin, but encounters two surprises—Martin has died in battle and she’s been corresponding with dashing Captain Jefferson Gray all along.

Where can I learn more about these authors and their books?

Susanne Dietze, author website

Janette Foreman, author website

Gabrielle Meyer, author website

Lorna Seilstad, author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What historical figure would you like to see make an appearance in a historical romance?

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33 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Soldier’s Lady Novella Collection

  1. I’ve actually enjoyed seeing nearly any historical figure in historical romances… Almost because not all of the historical figures are nice.

  2. Queen Victoria, I’d love to read her story!
    This book collection sounds awesome! Thanks for the chance!

  3. I would love to see Laura Ingalls Wilder appear in a historical fiction book! I am just a little bit obsessed with any book about her life, including the ones she wrote! I watch every documentary on her, and read all the biographies of her life, her newspaper columns. Fun question!

  4. I would love to read a historical fiction book about Harriet Tubman. Ever since I learned about her in school, I have admired her.

  5. I’ve never thought about it….maybe someone new? Someone not very known…

  6. Stevens T. Mason, the first governor of Michigan. We was quite young, only 22 when appointed territorial governor.

  7. I never thought of what historical figure I’d like to see make an appearance in a historical romance! Maybe Wild Bill Hickok, or Annie Oakley or any number of Western historical figures? I have no idea really, lol!

    Thanks for the chance to win a copy of “The Soldier’s Lady”, this novella set looks really good!

  8. An historical figure I would like to see in an novel would be Abigail Adams. I’d like to know more about her early life and how she met John.

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