🤠 Saturday FREEBIE plus 3 New Releases from fellow authors...


Historical Facts:

Honeymoons in the 1800s:

Honeymoons were known to occur from about the 1820s on, though they weren't called honeymoons back then. They were known as bridal tours, wedding tours, or nuptial journeys. It was common practice for the couple's families to accompany them on their bridal tour. Private honeymoons didn't start till around the 1860s.


Thanks to everyone who bought my newest release "The Civil War Bride"! If you didn't, you can find it on the Natalie Dean page of my website 😀  Also, I decided to put the first book in that series, The Teacher's Bride on free promotion, and today is the LAST DAY to get it free. 

I've also got some brand new Historical Western releases from several of my favorite authors to tell you about! Charity Phillips and Cyndi Raye! And a new Regency Spy Romance by Laura Beers. Here goes....

First up...
Annie: A Bride for the Farmhand
Stewart House Brides Book 3
By Charity Phillips
$2.99 or Read Free with Kindle Unlimited

Here's the second Historical Western...
A Bride for Adam
Book #2 Sons of Nora White
By Cyndi Raye
$2.99 or Read Free with Kindle Unlimited

A Bride For Adam - Book #2: Sons of Nora White
By Cyndi Raye, Sons of Nora White

And here's the Regency Spy Romance...
A Peculiar Courtship
The Beckett Files, Book 2
By Laura Beers
$2.99 on Amazon

And as promised, the first in series to my new release is FREE today...
The Teacher's Bride
Boulder Brides, Book One
By Natalie Dean

I hope you and your family have a wonderful and blessed Saturday!