Four best-selling novelists bring tales of four Southern women who face near impossible choices on their journeys in life and in love during the most turbulent decade of our nation’s history in Among the Fair Magnolias. Don’t miss this collection of stories from Tamera Alexander, Shelley Gray, Dorothy Love, and Elizabeth Musser.
Did you ever feel so into a book that you feel like every time you open it you are snuggling down with a pice of your heart.
This book, Among The Fair Magnolias did just that for me. This compilation of 4 novellas by Tamera Alexander, Shelly Gray, Dorothy Love and Elizabeth Musser did just that.
I mean look at that cover. Isn’t that like a fairy tell setting? Just somewhere to take your mind off everything. You walk into each novella with your heart a little heavy and end up with your heart lightened and full of love
The stories involve you from the beginning and never leave you hanging. Having strong main characters and having led you back to the 1800’s is just great for those that want a book that you can meet these characters in their stories as if you were right there with them. Never was I bored during reading these 4 novellas.
I am finding that I love this historical period. While I am still not “in love” with love stories. The need to sometimes drown out the world and get lost in a book very quickly!
My Favorite An Outlaws Heart is just that. A book that keeps you involved from the very first words to the end Russell comes home after being gone for 7 years and finds his mother very ill. While hanging around trying to help her, he runs into his old girlfriend who had run him off the last time she saw him. Was it all because she didn’t love him anymore or because of love that’s why she asked him to leave. Read An Outlaws Heart in Among The Fair Magnolias and you can get it here
To Mend a Dream by Tamera Alexander – Savannah is so angry about the war It killed her parent’s. Left her with a family to raise even at her young age. They also lost the family farm “Darby Farms” in the process. Only to have it purchased by a Union Soldier. Savannah is hired to be the seamstress on the Darby Farms remodel. she is ecstatic because that gets her back in the home. Where she is in a race against the clock that will end her reasons to be in the home. Does she keep looking for the mistake.
Dorothy Love – Abigail must marry her distant cousin Charles. She knows that she doesn’t want to and her heart belongs to another man. Should she listen to her parents or realize she is destined to a life of unhappiness
Love Beyond Limits by Elizabeth Musser – Emily is in love. With a freedman. He is taunted by the KKK. The person that loves Emily is part of that KKK she soon find out. What other secrets are there to be found.
Check out each of these Novellas, in Among The Fair Magnolias by these 4 authors. You can get this book at the following links
Tamera Alexander is the best-selling author of numerous books including “A Lasting Impression” and “The Inheritance.” Tamera is a two-time Christy Award winner, two-time RITA winner, and a recipient of the prestigious Library Journal Award. A native of west Tennessee,
Dorothy Love makes her home in the Texas hill country with her husband and their golden retriever. An award-winning author of numerous young adult novels, Dorothy made her adult debut with the Hickory Ridge novels.
Shelley Gray is the author of The Heart of a Hero series. Her Amish novel (written as Shelley Shepard Gray), “The Protector,” recently made the New York Times best seller list.
Elizabeth Musser, a native of Atlanta, Georgia now living in France, is a novelist who writes what she calls ‘entertainment with a soul.’ For over 25 years, Elizabeth and her husband, Paul, have been involved in mission work with International Teams.
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