Blacksmith Brides: 4 Historical Stories
: Come along to the local forge and meet men of steel who were the backbone of local industry. Can four blacksmiths be softened by romance? Meg in 1774, Elowyn in 1798, Esther in 1861, and Leah in 1870 must...
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Come along to the local forge and meet men of steel who were the backbone of local industry. Can four blacksmiths be softened by romance? Meg in 1774, Elowyn in 1798, Esther in 1861, and Leah in 1870 must bend or break when faced with her own fears of falling in love with a strong and determined man of the forge.
Pegg Thomas lives on anbsp;hobby farmnbsp;in Northern Michigan with Michael, her husband of *mumble* years. A life-long history geek, she writes "History with a Touch of Humor." An avid reader and writer, she enjoys fiction stories threaded through historical events and around historical figures. Civil War and Colonial are her favorite eras. Pegg is a regular blogger at both QuidProQuills.com and ColonialQuills.com. When not working on her latest novel, Pegg can be found in her garden, in her kitchen, tending her sheep, or on her trusty old horse, Trooper. See more at PeggThomas.com. nbsp;
Jennifer Uhlarik discovered the western genre as a preteen, when she swiped the only "horse" book she found on her older brother's bookshelf. A new love was born. Across the next ten years, she devoured Louis L'Amour westerns and fell in love with the genre. In college at the University of Tampa, she began penning her own story of the Old West. Armed with a BA in writing, she has won five writing competitions and was a finalist in two others. In addition to writing, she has held jobs as a private business owner, a schoolteacher, a marketing director, and her favorite--a full-time homemaker. Jennifer is active in American Christian Fiction Writers and is a lifetime member of the Florida Writers Association. She lives near Tampa, Florida, with her husband, teenage son, and five fur children.
Amanda Barratt has won several awards for her work and enjoys writing about eras such as Regency and Victorian England, and the Gilded Age. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, she lives in northern Michigan with her family, where she reads way too many old books, watches period dramas to come up with new plotlines, and dreams of taking a trip to England. Amanda loves hearing from her readers on Facebook and through her website amandabarratt.net.