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Journey to Love Collection #BookGiveaway #LadiesinDefiance

SEVEN authors and OVER 2,000 PAGES of incredible reading. Best selling authors, writing stories sure to make you delight in the journey…


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Seven inspirational romances featuring women who find love as they journey from one locale to another. 

Love, Stock, and Barrel by Crystal L Barnes
Hiding from a rat of a fiancé, Dinah Lexington makes tracks for Texas and who she hopes is her late mother’s relative. She’s seeking answers but finds more than she bargains for when she gets caught in a shotgun wedding—with the rifle pointed at her. Russell Cahill can’t believe his father is demanding he marry the feisty redhead. The sharpshooting female would only add to his troubles, but how does one argue with a gun and an attraction he’s fought to ignore? Sparks fly. Secrets surface. Loss threatens. Will a dream for love shatter forever, or will the pair find a marriage worth lock, stock, and barrel?

A Noose Fit for a Bride by Samantha Bayarr
When Alvira Prickett travels to Tombstone, Arizona, to get away from the over-bearing man her father is trying to force her to marry for his own financial benefit, she gets mixed up in the robbery of the stagecoach by mistake. Now, it’s up to Sheriff Hurley Grinshaw, to keep her neck out of the noose. Will he save her, despite the fact she lied to him about being his mail-order-bride, or will he send her and her con-artist father packing?

Love, Lies, and Typewriters by Heather Blanton
A cowboy with a Purple Heart. A reporter with a broken heart. Which one is her Mr. Right? When Lucy Daniels is rescued from a stampeding herd of cattle by war hero Dale Sumner, sparks fly and headlines are born. Smelling an opportunity, the local newspaper decides to send the couple on a tour selling war bonds—not to mention, subscriptions. Enamored with her handsome savior, Lucy is happy to play her part … until she realizes she may be falling for the wrong man, jeopardizing the whole story line. When love and lies collide on the front page, will she have a chance to write her own fairy tale ending?

Bootheel Betrothal by Helen Gray
Lynn Buchanan is looking for her birth mother. After losing her parents and learning she is adopted, Lynn travels to the SE section of Missouri known as the bootheel to search for her mother. When she tangles with handsome Mitch Stratton, her plans and dreams are thrown into a tailspin. Mitch must focus on keeping his cotton gin operating and providing jobs for his employees. Meeting the newfound sister of his best friend is a complication to his plans—and his heart.

Emmy’s Equal by Marcia Gruver
Get ready for a suspenseful romantic adventure deep in the heart of South Texas. Emmy Dane doesn’t want to give up petticoats and frills for boots and spurs when her family decides to journey to Carrizo Springs, Texas. Ranch hand Diego Marcelo’s mother tells him God will soon deliver him from his loneliness—but he assures her he has no need of deliverance. . .that is, until Emmy arrives and disrupts the entire way of life at the ranch. Can Diego put his jealousy aside before time runs out? And will Emmy admit she’s found her match in the stubborn foreman?

Ruth’s Redemption by Cynthia Hickey
The Civil War took everything from Ruth Stallings except for her grandmother and sisters. Now without a home or funds, they take the White River as far as it will go and end up in Painted Bluff, Arkansas, a town populated mostly by men out looking for a wife. Sheriff John Powell wants nothing to do with the pretty women or the trouble they bring. Especially when a gang of marauders show up looking for Ruth. Can Ruth and John overcome their differences and find love?

Sleigh Belles by Janice Thompson
Alanna from Savannah heads west to Montana to rescue her sister and convince her to come back home to the south. . .where she belongs. But sometimes life has a way of surprising us! Will Alanna find love in places she never expected?


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About Heather Frey Blanton

"I believe Christian fiction should be messy and gritty, because the human condition is ... and God loves us anyway." -- Heather Blanton

Posted on January 2, 2017, in Book Giveaway, Heather Blanton, Journey to Love, Ladies in Defiance and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Debbie Clatterbuck

    My favorite way to travel is by train. Gives me an idea of what it was like to travel back in the old days. LOL

  2. I love traveling by plane but it’s too complicated anymore so I will have to say by car. I would love to take a train ride across country though. I was on a train once, “Thomas” when he was in Taveres, FL and my grandson was visiting, so enjoyed that!

    wfnren at aol dot com

  3. I have to say we RV’d and it was my most favorite way to travel, taking home with you, so it might have been that way in the old days in covered wagon !!!
    faithfulacresbodysoulspirit at gmail dot com

  4. By car but I would like to travel across Canada on a train!

  5. My favorite way to travel is by driving because you can see so much around you and discover new places to visit. Unless the distance is too great, then I love to fly (if I can afford it!). One day, my husband and I want to buy an RV to live in and travel 🙂 Ther so much to see!!

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  6. My favorite way to travel is by car with lots of stopping to see the sights, make many pictures and buy souvinirs and post cards. And sample different kinds of food.

  7. I enjoy traveling by car but I’d love to take a train over the Rocky Mountains.

  8. I like traveling by plane and train.

  9. I like to travel by car. I’m not crazy about planes, and trains are fun but usually really crowded. Travelling by car allows you to set your own pace and stop when and where you want.

  10. Patricia Barraclough

    I like to travel by car. It gives us the opportunity to get off the beaten path and go on our own schedule.

  11. Books are my favorite way to travel! Less expensive and no security lines.

  12. By car. You never know what you might see along the way.

  13. Even though I usually travel by car, I really enjoy traveling by train.

  14. It would be car I don’t really like to travel at all but I wouldn’t Fly

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