Kit Morgan is an author with a double life.  As Kit Morgan, she writes family oriented, clean and sweet Western Historical Romances.  As Geralyn Beauchamp, she is a master science fiction and fantasy author.  No matter which alter-ego she’s using at the moment, she delivers well thought out, interesting stories.

Her website (with a link to Geralyn Beauchamp’s site) is a fun, delightful place to visit.  There’s the link:  Kit Morgan

Many of the titles on this page were reviewed at a website that, unfortunately, no longer exists.  Sometimes it’s easier to combine sites when some are hacked beyond repair and that was the case for me.  I do not know if I will recreate those lost reviews here at my main website.  A lot will depend upon time and space they would take up.  And to be honest, that’s six years worth of work lost that I don’t know if I have the heart to redo.  Time will tell.

Any titles that have been reviewed here at Keeper Bookshelf are linked back to the review post. 

Prairie Brides

  1.   His Prairie Princess –  Sadie & Harrison – (also appear in Mail Order Bride Ink)
  2.   Her Prairie Knight – Colin & Belle – (also appear in Mail Order Bride Ink)
  3.   His Prairie Duchess –  Duncan & Cozette – (also appear in Mail Order Bride Ink)
  4.   Her Prairie Viking – Andel & Maddie – (also appear in Mail Order Bride Ink)
  5.   His Prairie Sweetheart – Logan & Susara
  6.   Her Prairie Outlaw – Preacher Jo & Annie
  7.   Christmas in Clear Creek – Bowen & Elsie

Prairie Grooms

  1.   August – Penelope & August
  2.   Ryder
  3.   Seth
  4.   Chase
  5.   Levi
  6.   Bran
  7.   Amon
  8.   Cutty
  9.   Newton

Holiday Mail Order Brides

  1.   The Christmas Mail Order Bride
  2.   The New Year’s Bride
  3.   His Forever Valentine (Weaver family introduced)
  4.   Her Irish Surrender
  5.   The Springtime Mail Order Bride   – Arlan & Samijo  (Weaver family)
  6.   Love In Independence
  7.   Love At Harvest Moon
  8.   The Thanksgiving Mail Order Bride
  9.   The Holiday Mail Order Bride
  10.   His Mail-Order Valentine
  11.   The Easter Mail Order Bride
  12.   A Mid-Summer’s Mail Order Bride  (Weaver family appearance)
  13.   The Columbus Mail Order Bride – Benjamin & Charity  (Weaver family)
  14.   The Harvest Time Mail Order Bride  – Calvin & Bella  (Weaver family)

Prairie Trails (connects with all the Clear Creek “Prairie” series)

  1.   Sarah and the Doctor – Grandma & Doc Waller how they began their romance

Mail Order Bride Ink

(Connects with Prairie Brides & Holiday Mail Order Brides series)

  1.   Dear Mr. Weaver – Daniel & Ebba
  2.   Dear Mr. Turner – Eli & Pleasant
  3.   Dear Mr. Comfort – Major & Honoria
  4.   Dear Mr. Vander – Sophie & Fletcher
  5.   Dear Mr. White – Lily & Oscar
  6.   Dear Mr. Miller -Lucian & Billie
  7.   Dear Mr. Comforts – Hunny & Michael – Zachery & Rosie – Darcy & Georgie
  8.   Dear Miss Cucinotta –  Rufina & CJ
  9.   Dear Mr. Kincaid – Owen (Logan & Susara Kincaid’s oldest son) & Jennie

Stand on its own bridge to the Weavers in Clear Creek

  •   Holidays with the Weavers – Olivia & George – (connection to past stories featuring the Weaver family and a story to bridge some of the Weaver family’s move to Clear Creek which begins with Dear Miss Cucinotta)

The Dalton Brides (three author series)

  • #2  The Cowboy’s Mail Order Bride
  • #6  Percy’s Unexpected Bride

American Mail Order Brides (multi-author series)

  • #1  Lottie:  Bride of Delaware
  • #30  Leora::  Bride of California

Cutter’s Creek (multi-author series)

  • #01  That Healing Touch
  • #08  Love Is Blind
  • #10  Recipe For Christmas
  • #16  Love Finds A Way

Cowboys and Angels (multi-author series)

  • #28  Reading the Rancher
  • #33  Caring for the Cowboy –
  • #35  Redeeming the Rogue –

Montana Sky, The Jones’s of Morgan’s Crossing (Kindle World)

  1.   Anson’s Mail Order Bride
  2.   The Purchased Bride
  3.   An Unexpected Gift

Bainbridge Sisters (connection to Clear Creek)

  1.   Belong to Me

Cowboys and Debutantes  (multi-author series)

  • #01  Effie

~~ A bit of a confession — these pages are really a way for me to combine my “TBR List”, “Wish List”, “Oh, I’ve Already Read That” List and “Hmmm, Maybe One Day” Lists.  These pages on all of my blogs help me to keep my reading adventures in an order that makes sense to me… that they are also of benefit to other readers is a wonderful bonus point for us all.  *grin*