Does it bother you to have an entire series on your bookshelf with the exception of the prequel novella that first introduces some of the characters? I mean, it’s great that we get peeks into what’s coming and those novellas are a great way to introduce new readers to our favorite authors, but for those of us who prefer to have the complete series in physical copies, it’s sometimes disappointing to not have the option to purchase one.
Well, All for Love solves that issue for three beloved Bethany House Authors. They’ve bound three novellas in one collection for all of us to enjoy!
In My Opinion…
Mary Connealy kicks off her Cimarron Legacy series with Chance Boden and Veronica Chastain. If you’ve read the series, you know these are the parents of the children who get the full-length books
Kristi Ann Hunter’s introduction to the Hawthorne House series has some interesting twists and turns as Amelia Stalwood is introduced to the Hawthorne clan and a close friend.
And readers are introduced to the Wallflowers from Jen Turano’s Apart from the Crowd series as Wilhelmina Radcliff attempts to hide from the man she once refused a marriage proposal from at a ball.
Each novella in this collection will make you laugh and then sigh at the happily ever after endings. Whether you’re looking to introduce someone to a favorite author (or three) or complete your collection, All for Love is the perfect fit!
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About the Book
Bestselling, award-winning Christian fiction authors Mary Connealy, Kristi Ann Hunter, and Jen Turano are well-known and beloved for their sweet and humorous historical romances. For the first time in print, these three novellas offer delightful and heartwarming stories of couples finding a love worth giving it all for.
Mary Connealy’s “The Boden Birthright” journeys to the Old West, where ranch hand Chance Boden’s determination to be his own boss is challenged by his employer’s pretty daughter.
Kristi Ann Hunter’s “A Lady of Esteem” follows a Regency-era young lady whose reputation in society and chance at love are threatened by a nasty rumor.
Jen Turano’s “At Your Request” tells of a young woman who is humbled at her newly lowered status in society when she is reunited with the very man whose proposal she rejected.