Tuesday, June 20, 2017


Today on Blog Tour Tuesday,
 Sweet Americana Sweethearts blog is happy to announce a new historical romance series.


We are kicking off this series with four novellas as shown above. We’ll tell you a little more about each book later. First, here is a little bit about the series:

Now, we introduce each of the first four books:

Book 1.           Perfectly Mismatched by Linda Carroll-Bradd

     Shame over her father’s arrest sends socialite Aurelia Northcliffe running for a new home and a new name. After she makes sure her younger sister is secure, she travels west to become a mail-order bride in Jubilee Springs, CO. Not only is she shocked at the size of the tiny mining town, the men she’s matched with make her second guess her decision. One potential groom is much too unsophisticated and the other much too discerning--even if he’s the one who makes her feel safe.
     Mine Manager Declan MacNeill prides himself on following rules to the letter. Initially resistant to the upcoming bride event, he remembers his short marriage in Ireland and realizes what he’s been missing. His first sight of his potential bride sets his protective instincts on high alert. Everything about her behavior indicates she’s keeping secrets. And Declan is determined on finding out why.

You may purchase this book from Amazon by CLICKING HERE.

Book 2.          Ellen’s Lesson by Patricia PacJac Carroll  

            She's a blond, blue-eyed beauty. (Well, not exactly.) He's a handsome, prosperous gentleman from a good family. (Yeah, not so much.) With their letters at odds, what will Tyler and Ellen do when they meet and discover the truth? It's a mail order bride mess.
            Ellen Barker feared her life was destined for the lonely outcome of a spinster school teacher. An advertisement in the paper asking for women to go to Colorado as mail order brides caught her attention. A few letters later, she was betrothed to Tyler Fletcher. A handsome upstanding citizen of Jubilee Springs.
            Tyler Fletcher needed to be married before he was twenty-eight. That's what his pappy had told him. That the mine owners sent off for some mail order brides for the miners was perfect timing. He got hold of one. The perfect lady for him. Pretty, blond and blue-eyed. A woman of high society.
                At least that is what his partner, Nels, told him. Once Tyler had some time, he was going to have to learn to read and write.
                From the moment Ellen met Tyler, she knew she'd disappointed him, and it wasn't as if he'd been the prize she was expecting either. He didn't want her. She would be left alone again. Maybe ...

You may purchase this book from Amazon by CLICKING HERE.

Book 3.          Aaron’s Annulment Bride by Zina Abbott

     Aaron Brinks, son of the Jubilee Springs mercantile owners, has been living in a small room above his parents’ store even though he is employed at the Prosperity Mine. When the mine owners announce they have contacted a mail order bride agency, and will allot company houses to the first ten miners who choose a bride and pay her way, he decides it is time for a house of his own.
     Shy Andrea Draper must escape her father’s ranch. Her father has discouraged all potential suitors because he does not want to lose his unpaid housekeeper, laundress, and the cook for him and his men. Then there is the problem of Lloyd McCreary, her father’s foreman.
     Learning her friend intends to go to Jubilee Springs as a mail order bride, going with her seems Andrea’s only option for escape. She agrees to marry Aaron even though she knows she is not worthy to be any man’s wife. While trying to convince him to be married in name only until he gains title to his house, at which time they can annul the marriage, Andrea’s father shows up to drag her home against her will.
     Learning what he is up against, Aaron must decide if it is just the house he wants, or if he wants Andrea.

You may purchase this book from Amazon by CLICKING HERE.

Book 4.          The Sheriff and the Miner’s Daughter by P. A. Estelle

      Jim Hawkins, sheriff of Jubilee Springs, watches as six ladies get off the train, ready to meet and hopefully marry men from the Prosperity Mine.  He watches as one of the women leaves the group and heads his way.
     She is there to find somebody.  Sheriff  Hawkins is more than happy to help her until he finds out the person is Amos Lehman.  He is a crusty old miner who has worked his mine before the town was even a town.  His cabin is old and hardly enough room for one, let alone a female.
     When Jim suggests she get back on the train and go back where she came from, he gets a small taste of the stubborness in the beautiful young woman standing in front of him.  Charlene Lehman had come way too far to do that and didn’t appreciate the sheriff’s interference.  Blue eyes scan him from boots to hat before dismissing him and walking away.
     The Sheriff’s interest is piqued.  Who is this girl?  Why is she looking for some old miner?  There is more to this story and Jim Hawkins intends to find the answers.

You may purchase this book from Amazon by CLICKING HERE.

This series is designed to be a collection of shorter novellas running between 20K to 25K words each, although some will run longer. Each will introduce you to new characters, plus mention long-standing residents of Jubilee Springs and the surrounding area. Each is a stand-alone story, but you may enjoy reading all of them in order.

All these books should be on their preorder sale price of 99 cents through TODAY. If you have not already ordered yours, please do so before they return to their regular price of $1.99 each. Also, all books will be available on Kindle Unlimited for at least 90 days after publication.

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Two additional books are scheduled to be published in the next two weeks, and several in the weeks to follow. Watch for their preorder sale price of 99 cents each. Once the books are published, they will resume to their regular price of $1.99.

We hope this series brings you many hours of pleasurable reading.


  1. I'm so excited release day is here. Collaboration has been fun and hard at times and enervating, but the idea the participating authors created a town that seems real makes me proud

  2. Wishing everyone here great success. What a great groups of stories. Doris

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