The Alphabet Mail-Order Brides is a new (2019) multi-author series set in the Western Historical Romance genre. by authors that have brought me so much reading entertainment in other series.  And some new-to-me authors I’m excited to have the chance to read their work.. never know when you’ll find a new author to follow.  I’m excited to discover what they have in store for us in this series.  An even better reason to be excited about this series?  You’ll find several stories that have a connection to other Western Historical Romance series as well.  Now, that is worth a lot to me – to continue with stories I’ve known and loved.

“For decades, The Wigg School and Foundling Home of New York City had been the home for and the place of education for many of the city’s orphans. In fact, the current teachers are Madam Wigg’s first “crop” of students, all grown into accomplished young ladies. But she is bothered by the idea of them spending the rest of their lives tied to the Home, without ever finding love. Madam Wigg knows each of them dreams of being in charge of her own school, so she makes them all an offer…”

At one time this multi-authored, Western Historical Romance series was part of a blog of mine that because of events beyond my control no longer exists.  Titles in bold have been read and reviewed, you can still find those reviews on GoodReads or Amazon.  Titles in bold with active links will take you to the review post here at Keeper Bookshelf.  I will be moving forward with the series but not recreating those earlier posts due to time and space constraints.

The Alphabet Mail-Order Brides

  1.   Abigail’s Adventure by Caroline Lee –  (Matthias & Abigail) – a connection to the Sunset Valley series
  2.   Beulah’s Brains by Kirsten Osbourne – (Jack& Beulah) – a connection to several series about the McClain family:  Orlan Orphans, Seven Sisters, Seven Sons, and the McClains.
  3.   Catalina’s Cause by Sara Jolene –
  4.   Dorthy’s Disasters by George McVey – (Samuel & Dorthy) – a connection to recurring characters in the Ryder family aka The Preacher, Nugget Nate and more
  5.   Emmeline’s Exile by Josephine Blake – (Lawson & Emmeline) – a slight connection to The Brittler Sisters series
  6.   Fae’s Fantasy by Kay P. Dawson – (Fae & Caleb) –  lead-in connection, introduction to new series A Prairie’s Promise
  7.   Glory’s Groom by Kathleen Ball – (Glory & Kent) – connection and #3 in the Mail Order Brides of Spring Water series
  8.   Harriet’s Hope by Morgan Dawson – (Matthew & Harriet) – connection to a soon to be released new series
  9.   Imogene’s Ingenuity by Reina Torres – (Silas & Imogene) – connection to the Bower, Colorado series
  10.   Jessamine’s Journal by Kirsten Osbourne – (Jessie & Bob) – connection to the  Nowhere, Texas universe
  11.   Katriona’s Keeper by Lynn Winchester -(Katriona & Race) – connection to Dry Bayou Brides
  12.   Leanna’s Light by Maxine Douglas – (Leanna & Travis)
  13.   Mia’s Misfits by Heidi Vanlandingham – (Mia & Josiah) – book #5 in the Western Trails series
  14.   Nellie’s Notions by Hildie McQueen -(Nellie & Henry)
  15.   Olivia’s Obligation by Peggy McKenzie – (Olivia & Chase) – connection to the Brides of the Rio Grande series
  16.   Phebe’s Promise by Catherine Chandler – (Phebe & Henry) – connection to the Silver Dollar series
  17.   Quinlan’s Quest by Sylvia McDaniel – (Quinlan & Will) – connection to the Lipstick and Lead series
  18.   Rebecca’s Renegade by Carra Copelin – (Rebecca & Declan) – connection to Brides of Texas Code series
  19.   Sally’s Sailor by Laura Stapleton
  20.   Tillie’s Theatre by Keirak Barton
  21.   Uma’s Umbrage by Dallas Adams
  22.   Verna’s Virtues by Cissie Patterson
  23.   Wende’s Wish by Danni Roan
  24.   Yetta’s Yearling by Michele Lindsey
  25.   Zara’s Zephyr by Janelle Daniels

~ ~ 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*