Suitors of Seattle



Rose is the first book in a highly anticipated new series Suitors of Seattle, following the adventure of eight Western daughters ready to benefit from the matchmaking skills of her new Aunt Harriett, whom readers will recognize from the best selling Brides of Beckham series. 

Pampered socialite Rose is used to men falling at her feet. But her match with handsome Dr. Shawn Henry leaves her feeling less than adored. Has Rose fallen in love with a man who can’t love her back?


Want more matchmaking madness? Check out the Brides of Beckham.

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Lily, the second daughter of banker Fred Sullivan, is finally of age and ready to marry. She's been in love with Daniel Olafsen since the age of twelve, when she fell out of a tree...and onto him. Unfortunately for Lily, she believes Daniel is in love with her sweetly feminine older sister, Rose.

Lily's not ready to accept defeat, though, and she curbs her tomboyish ways in an effort to make Daniel fall in love with her. But will he ever be able to see Lily for who she truly is? Or will she have to change for the man she loves to win him?

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This is the third book in the Suitors of Seattle series. Broken-hearted after being abandoned by the man who loved her, Amaryllis Sullivan decides to give up on love. She begins a career as a librarian, hoping that books will heal her pain. When Lawrence, an itinerant writer, enters her library, he tries to win her heart and take away her heartache. Amaryllis even believes he could be the one to fix her broken heart.

Alex Anderson, Amaryllis’s lost love, returns to Seattle and expects to find Amaryllis waiting for his return. Instead, he sees her with another man. Will he be able to convince her that he's the only man for her? Or will she follow another path?

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Raised with advantage and privilege, Daisy must now find a husband. Because of her overwhelming shyness, she chooses to let her aunt, Harriett Farmer, find her a husband.

Aunt Harriett’s suggestions are not what she expected. Setting her up to be a Mail Order Bride, she sends her to Montana to meet Eli King. What she finds is a life vastly different than what she's used to. Can she possibly find love and contentment, or is she doomed to a life of regret?

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Take a girl with a flower name and add in a sweet widower, twin boys, a pet pig and what do you get? A fun-filled romance sure to delight any lover of historical romance.

The fifth of the Sullivan girls , Jasmine stays with her sister Daisy to help her while she’s pregnant and for a time after her sweet niece Dinah is born. While she’s there, she catches the eye of widower, Lee Fields, who has his hands full with the most rambunctious twin boys Jasmine has ever had the fortune to meet. She’s certain he’s the man she needs to fulfill all her dreams, and the boys? They’re just icing on the cake. How could anyone complain about such sweet little things? Of course, she only felt that way until they started playing the type of pranks on her she’d always considered her specialty. Could she fight through the nonsense to find love with her new husband? Or had she made a terrible mistake marrying this man?

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As the sixth in a family full of girls, Hyacinth felt she often faded into the woodwork. Of course, she liked living in her own world, where no one really bothered her. She spent her days at the library working on her book, and her evenings hiding in her room. She was determined to be just as good as all her sisters, most of whom she felt overshadowed by.
Lawrence watched the pretty girl in the library for weeks before he finally approached her, only to learn she was the younger sister of his favorite person in the city. To him, Hyacinth was perfect. Of course, he had no idea how to court a woman. Thankfully, he found a newspaper column that would teach him everything he needed to know. Would she always think he was crazy every Tuesday when he followed its advice, though?

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At the age of twenty, Violet Sullivan is on her way to having everything she's ever wanted. Her first art show was a success, and despite a slight altercation with the gallery owner, she knows that she is going to go places. A husband and children aren't on her horizon. She can't have a career and a family, can she?
The only thing Jonas Smith can concentrate on is justice. His sister and brother-in-law have been murdered, and he won't be able to rest until he sees their killer brought to justice. He only wishes he could stop thinking about Violet Sullivan. Will the two of them be able to see past their differences to find the passion lurking inside? Will they find love before it's too late?

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Iris Sullivan worked hard for many years for her medical degree. When she finally obtained it, no one would hire her simply because she was a woman. The town of Nowhere, Texas was the only place she could find work in her field, so she made the move with her companion Edna Petunia Blue, fully expecting to spend the rest of her life as a spinster. When Francis Harvey walked into her office shortly after her arrival, she was surprised at the feelings he inspired.

Francis Harvey had lost his wife of seven years in childbirth and was doing his very best to raise his three daughters on his own. When his eldest broke her arm, he rushed to town for the new doctor, not anticipating what he would find. When he saw a female doctor, he immediately assumed she was a midwife and the town had made a mistake hiring her. He couldn't help but be fascinated by the blond beauty. Could he convince her that he cared about her and not just having a mother for his children? Or would they forever remain alone?

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Edna Petunia

After her father died in the 1880s, Edna Petunia Blue spent many years alone. Although she'd given up on ever finding love due to her advanced years, she was grateful to have become an honorary member of the Sullivan family. When the youngest of the Sullivan girls, Iris, moved to Texas to start her medical practice, Edna Petunia went with her and did it happily.
Cletus Sanders was the man who lived in the woods outside of Nowhere, Texas. Everyone just assumed he'd always lived there alone and always would. When Cletus spotted Edna Petunia shortly after she moved to town, he followed her around relentlessly. After a rocky start, he convinced her she should let him court her. Could a woman in her seventies give up the freedom she'd become accustomed to and marry? Could an old man give up his tent in the woods to marry the woman he loved? Could Edna Petunia finally find her happily ever after?

***Please Note: This is not a novel. It's a novella, and a short one at that.***

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