"The 12 Brides of Summer" from Barbour Publishing's Shiloh Run Press Studios is still going strong with their third ebook of the novella collection series. (And if you're interested, reviews for the first two ebooks of the series are linked below.) This third collection have three wonderful and adorable (can't find another word) stories, all set in the 1880s of America.
The Dog Days of Summer by Margaret Brownley was just plain hilarious. This is one story that makes you contemplate on getting a dog to play matchmaker. You'll never know - that dog might just be the one to help you find love, along with some mischief on the way.
The Dogwood Blossom Bride by Miralee Ferrell also have its funny moments with a not so ladylike lady falling off a tree into the arms of a handsome carpenter, who just so happens, strongly opposes the antics of such unladylike behavior. What will happen? The little girl, Laura was also a cute addition to bring the stuffy carpenter (her uncle Will) and the tomboy lady, Grace to each other.
Last but not least, The Lumberjack's Bride by Pam Hillman's start was something out of a dream sequence. A big good-looking lumberjack comes to your aid, by pushing you out of harms way. Will the city girl in you be able to give up a life in Chicago to be with a country lumberjack?
All three stories have elements of love creeping up unexpectedly and how it will push you to to find God's will.
If you're interested, here are the release dates for the rest of the collections:
NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of this e-book from the publisher, Shiloh Run Studios of Barbour Publishing through Net Galley for an honest review.