Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Coming soon from Summerside Press ~ Historical Romance

Summerside Press is back with some historical romances, releasing later this year. I really am enjoying the focus on different eras and not just the usual 1800s!

How about you?



Love Me Tender by Janice Hanna

As "Love Me Tender" play in the background, Debbie Carmichael determines to salvage her family’s restaurant, Sweet Sal’s Soda Shoppe, when her father’s health fails.

Teen heartthrob Bobby Conrad, agrees to perform at a fundraiser concert. But just two weeks before the highly publicized event, Bobby backs out of the benefit. Enter...Johnny Hartman...a young, unknown singer to take Conrad’s place. Debbie soon realizes the twists and turns leading up to the concert are divinely orchestrated. And it isn’t dreamy Bobby Conrad who has stolen her heart—but the tender love of Johnny Hartman.

September, 2010






I'll Be Home for Christmas by Julie L Cannon


With Bing Crosby’s “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” playing in the background, Maggie Culpepper and William Byrd proclaim their undying love to one another.


But with the U.S. at war and Maggie’s personal home front under attack, the Southern belle impetuously joins the WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service). When Christmas draws near and Maggie finds herself miles and miles away from her Georgia hometown...and her beloved William...will she realize that, no matter where she spends Christmas, home is where her heart is?

September, 2010






The Silent Ord
er by Melanie Dobson

Cleveland, Ohio, 1928.


Secrets bind the notorious Cardano family together, but Detective Rollin Wells is close to exposing the family’s dark secrets. The Cardanos are working in the hills south of Cleveland, and when Rollin travels to Sugarcreek to investigate, he discovers that the Cardanos want him dead.

Rollin hides out in an Amish home, trying to uncover why the Cardanos are in Amish country and who is collaborating with them. As he gets closer to the truth, he also attempts to find out what a beautiful Amish woman named Katie Lehman—a woman who reminds him of the girl he once loved—is hiding.

Will Katie trust him with her secret…and her heart? Or will the Cardano code of honor silence them both?

November, 2010



Nightingale by Susan May Warren

Wolfgang Yager is an American serving in a German uniform.

He’s almost relieved to be captured, interned as a POW in Wisconsin. And he’s also done his good deed by delivering the final letter of a dying American soldier. He has no idea he is sending it to the soldier’s fiancĂ©—Nurse Esther Lange—or that he’ll strike up a correspondence with her that could cost them both their lives.

The sweet nightingale Esther didn’t love her fiancĂ©—she was trapped in an engagement after a mistaken night of passion. Still, she grieves him, even as Wolf ’s letters cause her to consider another future. But what happens when the old plans come back to life?

A bittersweet love song of the home front war between duty and the heart...a battle where only one will survive.

November, 2010



5 comments:

Ronie Kendig said...

Wow! Melanie's book sounds AWESOME! Of course, so does Susie's!

Julia M. Reffner said...

Ooohh..I love the covers on these!

Jenny said...

Very much looking forward to all of these. :)

Amber S. said...

These books look fantastic! Summerside Press is so creative in their new fiction lines!

I loved Sons of Thunder, so I'd be thrilled to read Susan May Warren's next book! :)

Thanks for sharing!

~Amber

Amy said...

Woo-hoo a Christmas book! :)

And of course Nightingale. And that first one looks good, too! I need more time to read!

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