Free historical fiction Kindle books for 23 Aug 18

Albert’s Christmas Mail Order Bride: Holiday Mail Order Bride

by Mercy Levy

Jasmine Garfield is a sweet young woman living with her father. Though her father had become a mean alcoholic since her mother passed when she was very little, Jasmine loves him and does her best to take care of him.

But when money becomes more important to him than anything, Jasmine knows she has to get out of the house, and as quickly as possible. Her desperation causes her to turn to becoming a mail order bride, and before she knows it, she’s on a train heading to the Wild West.

Albert is a kind man, very different from her father, and Jasmine settles into married life. But before long, she realizes that Albert, too, has his problems, and secrets that threaten to tear them apart.

When danger strikes, Jasmine is pushed to her very limit. Will she ever break through to Albert? Will she find true love? Is she destined to live a life of loneliness forever?



His Mail Order Bride: Sweet Frontier Cowboy

by Mercy Levy

Zeke Calhoun had a farm to run, cattle to protect, and a home to build out in the near-wilderness that was Rushville.

He didn’t have time to search among the scarce pickings of the nearby outpost or the fledgling town his family was helping to build for a wife.

Seraphina Montague was descended from Shaman and wise women, and afraid of no one, and nothing. When Seraphina’s grandmother answers an ad in the Matrimonial Times without telling Sera, she hopes to send her granddaughter away from trouble.

But, trouble follows in Nathaniel Gunn, the man that Sera’s parent betrothed her to as a child. When he comes to claim her and she’s gone, he follows with the intention of taking her back, no matter what the cost.

But, what cost can be counted against the loyalty and courage of true love?



The Fallen One: Book Five of the Dragonblade Series

by Kathryn Le Veque

1332 A.D. – As the premier commander for Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, when he commandeered the throne from a young Edward III, Sir Mathias de Reyne is the type of knight that all men aspire to be; fair, powerful, intelligent, and bold. Men on both sides of the Mortimer/Edward lines respect and admire de Reyne for his outstanding character, including Dragonblade himself, Tate de Lara. Before the war separated men into two groups – those that supported Mortimer and those that supported the rightful king – Mathias, Tate, Kenneth St. Hever and Stephen of Pembury were inseparable friends. But then, sides were chose and lines were drawn. When Roger Mortimer lost his head, Mathias de Reyne was spared because of his great and fair reputation. Stripped of his lands and titles, however, he was forced into obscurity. He became known in legend as The Fallen One.

More than a year after being stripped of his knighthood, Mathias now makes his living as a blacksmith in the north Cumbrian town of Brampton. One morning, he hears cries for help and, being an innately brave and helpful man, follows the cries and comes upon a terrible scene. Rescuing a young woman from a fiend, he very quickly realizes that the young woman is the most beautiful he has ever lain eyes upon. The Lady Cathlina de Lara is a lush beauty with dark hair and flashing dark eyes, and the attraction between the pair is immediate. But she is also a de Lara, related to the man who took Mathias’ titles from himâ?¦ his former best friend.

Still, he cannot forget the dark-eyed beauty and soon finds himself swept up in a wildly passionate love affair, breaking his promise to never bear arms again by resuming his knighthood without the permission of the king and fleeing to Scotland. From the brutal Scots borderlands to the fields of Dupplin Moor and a historic battle, join Mathias and Cathlina as their journey in life takes them on a passionate adventure of love, life, learning, and the redemption of the man once known as The Fallen One.



Land of the Lost Tribe

by Hannah Ross

The 9th century A.D. is drawing to a close, and Simien, a Hebrew domain in the heart of Africa, feels the threat of its powerful Christian neighbor, the Kingdom of Aksum.

A courageous traveler named Eldad ha-Dani sets out upon a journey to rediscover his long-lost Jewish brethren and save his kin from spiritual isolation. But when his only companion meets a brutal end and Eldad remains alone in the desert, it looks like the people of Simien might never be known to the rest of the Jewish world.

This tale of speculative history breathes life into an epoch and man that are scarcely more than a legend. Uniting breathtaking adventure with spiritual yearning, Land of the Lost Tribe is a must read for anyone who has ever marveled at the resilience of the Jewish people.



Natalie’s New Beginning: Mail Order Bride

by Sandee Keegan

All Natalie Connor ever wanted was to be free of a life that suffocated her very heartâ??a life of wealth, fancy parties, and expensive dresses. Yet Natalie fears leaving the safety of wealth and power.

After agreeing to marry a wealthy rancher, she leaves her home in Atlanta on very bad terms with her mother, who believes her daughter is making a horrible mistake. Natalie ignores her mother’s warnings and rushes west like a crippled bird struggling to fly.

Natalie is soon thrust into a deadly adventure that begins to test her heart. When the stagecoach she is riding is ambushed by a deadly gang, she suddenly falls into the sight of death. But when a strange gunman appears out of nowhere and saves her life, Natalie becomes captivated by the man.

Yet she remains distant and cold and focused on marrying the wealthy rancher. However, when she becomes trapped in a watering town by a deadly killer, Natalie once again finds herself at the mercy of the strange gunman, saving her life and teaching her about redemption.

Will Natalie continue her journey and marry for money, or will she follow her heart and listen to God, while finding redemption and closure to a deep pain consuming her very soul?



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