Monday, July 29, 2013
Water can be calming and healing, but it can also be dangerous, as Amy Lange and Curtis Ireland both found out. Both lost their siblings to the sea, and they hope to find healing on Hope Island. But will they find it, or will their quest to find answers set them at odds with each other and with those who have secrets that need to stay hidden?
Find out in Colleen Coble’s latest book, Rosemary Cottage, which released July 9. To celebrate, Colleen is hosting a 12-day Nautical Summer Giveaway. From July 16-27, Colleen will be giving away a new nautical prize every day. She’ll announce the winners on July 29 on her website, so mark your calendars for that date to see if you were picked as a lucky winner!
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All four stories center around The Hitching Post, a catalog with advertisements for marriage. Unfortunately, the editor fabricates a few minor changes to the ads to make the people a bit more appealing. This is a fun, spunky set of novels that had me laughing my way through the 1890's. It's light and enjoyable -- perfect as a vacation treat. I highly recommend it and would like to thank the authors and publishers for the chance to review A Bride for All Seasons.
This novel collection was a complimentary gift from the publisher in exchange for an objective review.