Here at Bethany House, March is a great month for historical romance! Get to know these five leading ladies, from several eras of history, as they uncover intrigue, find love, and make sense of the changing world around them. You can start reading an excerpt of each of them by clicking on the covers. Enjoy!
Secrets of My Heart by Tracie Peterson
Willamette Brides #1
Plot Summary: Reunited with childhood friend and lawyer Seth Carpenter, recently widowed Nancy Pritchard must search through the pieces of her loveless marriage for the truth behind her husband’s death after his schemes come to light. But as they pursue answers, their attraction to each other creates complications, and dark secrets reveal themselves.
The Runaway Bride by Jody Hedlund
The Bride Ships #2
Plot Summary: Arabella Lawrence fled on a bride ship wearing the scars of past mistakes. Now in British Columbia, two men vying for her hand disagree on how the natives should be treated during a smallpox outbreak. Intent on helping a girl abandoned by her tribe, will Arabella have the wisdom to make the right decision, or will seeking what’s right cost her everything?
Selah by Lisa Bergren
The Sugar Baron’s Daughters #3
Plot Summary: When a Methodist preacher with a call to serve the slaves of Nevis settles at Selah’s family plantation, their shared purpose brings them together—despite her guardians’ concern over a romance that promises little security. As the Revolutionary War builds in the States and starvation looms, the future of the plantation and its people hangs in the balance.
Woman of Sunlight by Mary Connealy
Brides of Hope Mountain #2
Plot Summary: After they’re forced off their land by a ruthless cattle baron, Mitch Warden follows his family to the mountain, but he doesn’t expect to fall smitten with a woman dressed like Robin Hood. Intent on reclaiming his land, he must journey to the city—and when Ilsa insists on joining, the mismatched pair find themselves on an adventure they’ll never forget.
Like Flames in the Night by Connilyn Cossette
Cities of Refuge #4
Plot Summary: On a hunt for his daughter’s killer, Liyam’s last hope is a bargain to rescue a strong-willed woman who refuses to leave her mission uncompleted. Can Tirzah convince him to fight alongside her in the refuge city of her birth? Or will his thirst for vengeance outweigh his duty to his people, God, and the woman he’s come to love?
Which of these historical costumes would you be most interested in wearing? (Assuming everyone else around you wore a similar fashion.)