Thursday, November 19, 2015

Ready, Set, Launch!

Today is the official launch day for the unprecedented 50-book AMERICAN MAIL ORDER BRIDES Series! 

Forty-five authors come together to bring readers a new series of epic proportions. On fifty consecutive days beginning November 19, 2015, a romance, featuring a mail-order bride, will be published--one set in each of the fifty states. The books will be released in the order the states were admitted to the union. The stories all take place in 1890, following a day when a factory in the East burns to the ground, leaving these women unemployed and forced to choose mail-order marriages for survival. Share the experiences of these brides as they seek love and new lives across the United States.
These books will initially be released only in Amazon Kindle Unlimited. After three months, they will be available at all other retailers.

A free prequel to introduce the series is available here:

My book, Emma: Bride of Kentucky, is Book #15, and releases on Dec. 3, 2015
You can pre-order it here:

But first up is Lottie: Bride of Delaware, by Author Kit Morgan!

Lottie Mitchell had a problem, a really BIG problem, and the only one who cared was, well, her. Oh sure, her roommate Beth gave stock to her theories of who was responsible for a tragedy that put herself and dozens of her co-workers out of a job. And yes, someone came up with the idea that in order to survive, they could all become mail-order brides, but still… Lottie wanted to know the truth. Did her sister Leora believe her? To a point, but not enough to keep from telling her that if she didn’t drop her silly notions, she’d miss her own wedding! Her other roommates, Alice and Judith groaned at any mention of helping her snoop around like a Pinkerton, and then there was her groom …

Sam Cooke gave up the notion of finding anyone from Clear Creek to marry. What available women there were, were either too young or too old, and heaven help him if his mother, Belle Cooke, got his matchmaking Aunt Sadie to help find him a bride. No, some things a man had to do on his own. But when he travels east on business to fetch his mail-order bride, little did he know what sort of hi-jinx awaited him on the journey home with her!


  1. Congrats Kit and all the authors that are putting a book out in this exciting series! What a great idea for this! One central story of 50 women going to 50 states by 45 authors. These will become classics! I am getting them all on my kindle , but would love to have the book collection someday. Congrats again to all the authors! Let the stories begin!!!

  2. Congratulations! It's a wonderful idea.