Set in Wyoming and Utah, 1860
Iris Perkins is told she will be married soon to a man she despises. A chance visit by two brothers and a beautiful woman from the other side of Echo Canyon gives her hope. For Edward Sherman, venturing into Utah with his brother to buy horses is risky. He only wants to find the livestock they need and get back to Fort Bridger, until he meets a frightened young woman in need. He’ll do anything he can to save Iris, even race against the man determined to marry her.
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Meet the seven Hart brothers of the 7-Heart ranch in central Texas. Each man is content in his independent life, without the responsibilities of a wife and children—until their father decides 1874 will be the year his grown sons finally marry, or they will be cut from his will. How will each man who values his freedom respond to the ultimatum? Can love develop on a timeline, or will it be sacrificed for the sake of an inheritance?
New Edition E-books from Tea Tin Press:
Two of Susan’s beloved historicals in new edition e-books
The Prisoner’s Wife: Lucy lost Jack years ago. Jack Hunter’s father was a drunk and a criminal, and Lucy Hamblin’s father believed the apple lay near the tree. When her father forbade their love, Lucy buried her heart out of obedience, but she never stopped loving Jack. On a strange evening four years later, she’s summoned to the local jail. Jack has been accused of murder and has a request to make of Lucy. It appears Jack Hunter will hang in the morning, and to preserve his property and provide for the woman he loves, he asks Lucy to marry him. When his trial is postponed and ultimately dismissed, Jack has new worries: Lucy agreed to become a prosoner’s widow, not the wife of a man her father despised. Can Lucy and Jack accept he Lord’s miracle of preservation – of Jack’s life and reputation…and the love they believed they’d lost?
Award-winning colonial romance, Book 1 in the Maine Brides series.
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Mrs. Mayberry Meets Her Match: Amelia Mayberry’s rewarding career as a matchmaker is winding down. She’d like to close shop and spend her sunset years in peace. There’s only one unfinished piece of business—an unsatisfied customer for whom she needs to set things right. Her late husband’s friend wasn’t happy with the potential bride Amelia sent his way, but she doesn’t know why. The question is, will Lennox Bailey allow her to find him a new candidate?
Set in 1890 Sacramento, this novella was first published in the Christmas Mail-Order Brides collection.Buy on Kindle or read free on Kindle Unlimited
Mountain Christmas Brides — Contains nine novellas
From a Wyoming ranch in 1880, to a logging camp in Washington Territory in the late 1800s, to Denver, Colorado, in 1913, meet nine couples who find that Christmas is the perfect time for climbing to the heights of romance. Watch as their faith and courage propel them through challenges that come with mountain winters to cozy fireside celebrations that lead to lasting proclamations of love. Penned by an exclusive selection of Christian fiction authors—including Susan Page Davis, Darlene Franklin, and Carrie Turansky—this collection of nine romances is one to treasure. Susan’s well-loved Almost Home is included.
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Unable to depend on her father to heal the crumbling family, Judith is afraid to trust the mysterious neighbor, Ben, who lives with his own grief.
In rural Maine in 1918, Judith Chadbourne gives up her teaching job after her mother’s death to help her father with her five siblings. But when her father sinks into deep depression and her brother Joel is drafted, the household chores and farm work may overwhelm her. Neighbor Ben Thayer offers to buy their farm, shocking Judith and angering her father. An outsider from New York, Ben seems rich and mysterious, but his heart aches from his own loss. Judith accidentally breaks the antique crystal Christmas ornament her mother loved. The splintering star echoes her family’s shattering. Ben’s efforts to help make Judith suspicious, but when Joel falls critically ill at the army camp, Ben’s aid brings the beginnings of trust. After the armistice, and the community and family start to recover from the strain of the war, but Judith learns independence is lonely. When Ben is injured, she is the only one who can help him. Can love take her beyond the frozen Maine winter?
Winner of Clash of the Titles, July 2016!
The Seafaring Women of the Vera B.
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The captain is dead, and the crew has deserted, but the captain’s staunch widow believes there are always options.
It’s 1854 Australia, and Alice Packard is alone. With the captain dead in Melbourne, Alice thinks the worst has happened, until she learns the crew has deserted her husband’s ship in favor of the goldfields. Only one old man, Gypsy Deak, sticks by her, but Gypsy alone can’t raise a crew from the depleted population. In desperation, Alice turns to the only source of plentiful workers: the women of Melbourne. In a bold move, she and Gypsy empty a brothel, promising the escaped women a new life. Her all-woman (save one) crew put their backs and hearts into the voyage, but Alice finds training her sailors much harder than she expected. Her faith is tested to the limit. With a cargo to sell, angry brothel and tavern owners in pursuit, pirates to evade, and a mysterious stowaway, will the seafaring women of the Vera B. survive to tell the tale of this daring adventure?
Susan’s son Jim has joined his mom in writing this fast-moving adventure. Discover how fast desperate women can learn to sail a ship.
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The 12 Brides of Summer Collection
From Barbour Publishing
Twelve novellas in one paperback. Each historical romance is a sequel to one of the stories in The 12 Brides of Christmas (see Historicals 2015 tab).
This book includes Susan’s novella, Blue Moon Bride. Meet 12 adventurous Victorian era women—a beekeeper who is afraid of bees, a music teacher whose dog has dug up a treasure, a baker who enters a faux courtship, and nine more—along with the men they encounter while making summertime memories. Will these loves sown during summer be strengthened by faith and able to endure a lifetime? Authors include Susan Page Davis, Mary Connealy, Margaret Brownley, Vickie McDonough and eight others.
Order the paperback now from Amazon. Blue Moon Bride also appears in the paperback Old West Summer Brides and in the e-book The 12 Brides of Summer Collection #1.
The Cowboy’s Bride Collection
From Barbour Publishing
Ride onto the open range alongside cowboys and cowgirls who embrace the adventures of living in the Old West from Kansas to New Mexico, Colorado to Texas. Whether rounding up cattle or mustangs, training horses, fending off outlaws, weathering storms, competing in rodeos, or surviving drought these cowboys work hard each day. But when hardheaded men have their weaknesses exposed by well-meaning women will they stampede away or will a lasting love develop? Find out in this exciting collection of nine historical romances.
This collection includes Susan’s fun novella “The Cowboy Poet” and others by Vickie McDonough, Darlene Franklin, Miralee Ferrell, Nancy Ferrier, Susanne Dietze, Davalynn Spencer, Becca Witham, and Jaime Jo Wright.
Heart of a Cowboy
From Mountainbrook Ink
Four exciting western romances.
In Susan’s story, Hearts in Pursuit, Don Hernandez has sent a band of ruthless men to kidnap his little grandson, Pablo. They also grab fourteen-year-old Ellen Bunter. Their families want them back! Join Sam Hardy and Abby Bunter as they ride toward the border with a posse to save their siblings.
In Hearts Reunited, by Miralee Ferrell, Mercedes Taylor is determined to save her ranch after her father’s death, but she won’t let anyone help—especially not her old friend Jesse Townsend who deserted her so many years ago. The pain his family inflicted on hers goes too deep for her pride to forgive.
In Have Dress, Will Marry , by Yvonne Lehman, Julie Hayes must escape from Wildcat Mountain. Her mother died, leaving her with a step-father she doesn’t trust.
James, who she thought would be her means of escape, is gone. Her only hope is to approach the cowboy, saddleback preacher Timothy Sullivan, when he makes his circuit into Wildcat Mountain. She asks, “Will you marry me?” He says, “Yes, of course,” expecting to perform a ceremony for her and James.
In The Hand-Me-Down Husband, by Vickie McDonough, Ellen Stewart despises Lance Garrett. Her little sister would still be alive and safe at home if he hadn’t dashed in and filled her head with dreams. When she receives Lance’s letter requesting help, Ellen rushes to Silver Springs, intent on taking charge of her young niece. A rugged ranch is no place for a motherless baby. But when she realizes the depth of Lance’s despair, she can’t leave him alone. Though everything within her wants to flee back to the big city, something makes her stay.