Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The American Dream Romance Collection and Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands Romance Collection #BookGiveaway @lorainenunley

Today’s book giveaway is for two inspirational historical romance novella books: The American Dream and Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands by multiple authors.

Synopsis from the back of the books:

The American Dream: In the turbulent yet thrilling days of forming a new country, these Americans build their lives upon a foundation of faith and love. From Colonial days in Connecticut to a Quaker settlement in North Carolina to settlers of the great frontier, readers will experience nine adventures embarked upon by those who dare to dream of a better life for themselves and the ones they have found to love.

Will the freedoms they seek come through physical determination or through the heart by knowing the One who promised to set them free by the spirit?

Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands: 1866 dawns dark and hopeless on the small town of Turtle Springs set in the Flint Hills of Kansas. The War Between the States took most of its men… and never returned them. A group of the town’s single and widowed women joins wits and decide they’ll advertise for husbands. But they won’t accept just any riffraff. The men will need to audition and be interviewed by the women.

But the best laid plans go awry as both the curious and the serious flock to town to witness the spectacle. How will seven of the town’s finest women make the best practical choices when their hearts cry out to be loved?

Where can I learn more about this publisher and their books?

Barbour Books website


Giveaway

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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is the farthest place you’ve ever traveled to?

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58 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Two Historical Romance Novella Collections

  1. I have been to most of the United States and to Canada. I guess the west coast would be the farthest I’ve traveled.

    1. I’ve been to quite a few place in the US but it is on my bucket list to travel more. Thanks for commenting Dianne. 🙂

  2. Probably Europe, the UK, Holland & Scotland. I tagged along with hubby on a work trip and then we took vacation time for the rest. It was awesome!

    1. That sounds like so much fun Perrianne. I wonder if I can convince my husband’s boss to help us out with a vacation, I mean work trip. 😉

  3. The farthest would have to be St Louis Mo. I don’t travel much.

  4. I’ve always lived in the eastern US, so I guess the farthest I have traveled is to Victoria British Columbia Canada

    1. I’ve visited there Patty. It is really a beautiful place from what I remember. 🙂 Thanks for commenting.

    1. Oh, that is far if you are in the U.S. I’ve never traveled that far, but my children are wanting to visit Japan so maybe someday. 🙂 Thanks for commenting Mindy.

  5. I think the farthest I have been is either Hawaii or Washington DC. Oh wait… actually Calgury Canada, I think. I’d like to travel to Europe some day though! 🙂

  6. I’ve been to the Virgin Islands.
    Thank you, for this giveaway. would love to win these books as i love reading novellas.

  7. I’ve been to the northern and eastern most points in the US in Maine. Also been to the west coast in Monterey, CA. Been to the coast in La at the gulf and north to Michigan.

  8. I’ve only ever been in the States. But I traveled to Florida from the Northeast.

  9. Very nice of you to have this giveaway and I would enjoy reading these books.

  10. I live In west central Ohio and the furthest i have been is California.

  11. I was born into the military and lived in Gitmo Cuba in the early 60’s during the cold war. We had to run for the underground bunkers when the air raid sirens went off. I lived in Iceland during the same time period. I’ve been to London, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland, Porto Rico, Jamaica and all over the USA. It was a privilege. I’ve had some great experiences and some even greater stories. But, I wouldn’t travel outside of the USA today.

    1. Wow Marty. That is great that you’ve been able to visit so many places. Welcome to my website. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  12. Well, since I live in San Diego, the farthest I’ve ever traveled is Maine! This summer we’re taking our longest road trip- three and a half weeks and a huge loop around the country- from San Diego across to Florida with stops in Texas and Mississippi, up through South and North Carolina (where we’ll be camping) to Maryland, over through Ohio to Michigan, down to Nebraska, over to Utah, back down to California. I wonder what the mileage will end up being…

  13. I guess the farthest I’ve traveled would be Australia. I was in the military so I’ve been to a lot of places. I’m just guessing Australia is the farthest without looking it all up on a map

  14. I grew up in Illinois and moved to the Oregon coast in 1996…so I’d say that’s the furthest I’ve traveled 🙂

    Thanks for the giveaway chance Loraine, I love the Barbour novella collection books!

  15. California to Wisconsin; California to Canada; California to Ensenada, Mexico. Not very far :/

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