Diana Lesire Brandmeyer
Davalynn Spencer

Davalynn Spencer

Hello from Davalynn Spencer in sunny Colorado. On a clear winter’s day, I can see almost all the way east to Illinois where today’s featured author, Diana Lesire Brandmeyer lives.

Okay, maybe not all that way, but I know she’s out there writing her “stories from the heartland.”

Welcome, Diana, and give us the back-cover copy for your book, From a Distance.

Diana Lesire Brandmeyer

Diana Lesire Brandmeyer

He wants independence. She longs for safety. Will they find a way to be together for good?

Shanna Becket’s first assignment makes a stop at her hometown bringing her dangerously close to meeting her abusive stepfather. What she didn’t count on is the distraction of a handsome stranger. Read More →

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The 12 Brides of Christmas Collection

From The Snowbound Bride by Davalynn Spencer in Barbour’s historical romance novella collection, The 12 Brides of Christmas 

On the run from a heartless uncle, Arabella Taube hides in Nate Horne’s farm wagon just as a harsh winter storm sweeps into Colorado. Snowbound with strangers in the heart of winter, Ara is more at home than she ever was with her own family. And despite her mysterious background, Nate’s mother thinks she is the answer to a long-ago prayer and the hope for his future. Read More →

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Diana Brandmeyer, Topics: Blended Families * The importance of fan reviewers *

Sarah Sundin pink 1Greetings from Sarah Sundin in California! Today I have the joy of interviewing multi-published author Diana Brandmeyer, who has been published in nonfiction, contemporary fiction, historical fiction, and children’s books! How’s that for multi-dimensional? Better than that, Diana blesses us all with her delightful humor and generous heart. Read More →

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 A Bride’s Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee by Diana Brandmeyer

Heaven’s Stolen His Heart

 After witnessing the ravages of the Civil War, Travis Logan vowed to give up doctoring. But when fellow steamboat passenger Caleb Wharton collapses at his feet, Travis knows he must lend his aid. As the old man lies dying, he makes Travis promise to take care of his land and find Heaven. Travis can’t help but wonder what Heaven has to do with a real place, so he heads to Caleb’s farm to fulfill his promise.

Weeks of facing marauders and caring for her father’s home have finally taken their toll on Heaven Wharton. When an unknown young man charges the house, Heaven attempts to fire a warning shot but ends up shooting the man instead. Shocked, she and her sister, Angel, drag a semi-conscious Travis into the house and nurse him back to health.

 As Travis and Heaven both struggle to control their destinies, will they learn that only a heart that follows God can ever find peace on earth?

Christian author, Diana Lesire Brandmeyer, writes historical and contemporary romances. She’s also written We’re Not Blended-We’re Pureed, A Survivor’s Guide to Blended Families. Once widowed and now remarried she writes with humor and experience on the difficulty of joining two families.

This new release information was uploaded by Cecelia Dowdy. Happy reading!

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6a00d83451f1cb69e2014e8668390a970d-200wi Finally a Bride by Vickie McDonough 

Finally it’s here! Jack’s story is a hoot. McDonough let her grow up but she kept her rascally personality intact.

Even jailbird Carly is back—her story though small was important to me from the other books and I’m glad to know what happens with her.

Butch, Jack’s nemesis turns up in an unexpected way as well.

This is the last book in the Boarding House Brides series (you don’t need the others first but you’ll be missing some good reading if you don’t get them!) and it’s sad to let the characters go.

McDonough pulls the personas of her characters through every book and page, you never wonder why did that character do that? It’s not like her or him.

The writing is fun, creative and entertaining. 

 

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