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    A Bouquet of Brides Collection for 7 Bachelors

    A Bouquet of Brides Collection: for 7 Bachelors this Bouquet of Brides Means a Happily Ever After I really enjoy reading mail-order brides novellas, especially set in early America as A Bouquet of Brides Collection is. This collection spans the years of 1702-1918; taking the reader along the dusty trails and paths to distant locations from Connecticut to Colorado, Arizona Territory, Washington State, Oklahoma, and South Dakota. Along the way we meet young men of various backgrounds….rough ranchers, a city-slicker, fine-woodworker, mill fuller, burly mountain man, opera house manager and a quarryman. The charming young ladies waiting for love to blossom have unusual names, all named after rare flowers. I found the flora names interesting as well as the way each story incorporates the flowers behind the floral names. I wonder how the authors decided on the floral names for their heroines. The historical details and descriptions in each story offer depth and realism that is not only entertaining but educational as well….I learned some very interesting facts regarding trades and some laws of the era that I never knew about. I like the authors’ notes at the end of two of the stories, In Sheep’s Clothing and At Home with Daffodils, regarding some of the historical elements of the era they wrote about. The characters face varying challenges and adventures, heartaches, humor and joy, forgiveness, hope, faith and love with some surprising and often funny situations. I especially appreciate the spiritual theme woven throughout the story-lines and how the characters discover what God has planned for their lives. A fun, often humorous and heartwarming collection. 1..Holly and Ivy by Mary Davis 1890, Washington State...Holly Harrison and Nick Andrews’s story. 2..Periwinkle in the Park by Kathleen E. Kovach 1910, Estes Park, Colorado...Periwinkle “Peri” Winfield and Clayton “Clay” McCarrick’s story. 3..At Home with Daffodils by Paula Moldenhauer 1909, Oklahoma...Daffodil “Dilly” Douglas and Jace Gruber’s story. 4..A Song for Rose by Suzanne Norquist 1882, Rockledge, Colorado...Rose Miller and Patrick O’Donnell’s story. 5..The Beauty of Tansy by Donita Kathleen Paul 1910, Pierre, South Dakota...Tansy Terrell and Arthur Blake’s story. 6..A Prickly Affair by Donna Schlachter 1885, Double D Ranch, near Cave Creek, Arizona Territory...“Cactus” Lily Duncan and Peter Golding’s story. 7..In Sheep’s Clothing by Pegg Thomas 1702, Milford, Connecticut...Yarrow Fenn and Peter Maltby’s story. ….note: for my full review see:

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