This blog hop has been a collaborative effort, and I have to give shouts out to the fabulous authors who were so willing to join Gabe and I on this jaunt. Thank you to Amanda and Suzie. To Cynthia and Shannon. To Connie and Gina and Kathleen.
And thank you to YOU, our readers. We LOVE YOU! :)
We have two final blog posts for you today to celebrate the end of the blog hop and the release of The Most Eligible Bachelor Collection.
Today's first stop is at http://gabrielle-meyer.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-most-eligible-bachelor-collection_8.html to read a post by Kathleen Y'Barbo. Kathleen is a sweet woman who always has a smile and encouraging word. And she's a fantastic writer, too! :) Her story in the collection is titled "The Final Baker Bride."
Louisiana, 1889 - Per their father's will, all three Baker brothers must marry before a massive inheritance can be bestowed upon them, but Rit is in no hurry to wed. Octavia Derby was blessed with wealth, but believes money makes for a poor marriage, so she is determined to wed a poor man.
And the second blog hop stop is right here at CC&C, written by yours truly, Erica Vetsch. :) My story title is "The Archaeologist's Find."
New York 1898 - Archaeologist James Maxwell Kirkland's finds in Egypt have made him a very wealthy man - and a very eligible bachelor. Alicia Davidson would like nothing better than to spend every day at the Metropolitan Museum of Art sketching artifacts. Drawn to each other within the halls of the museum, will their friendship survive when society reveals their true identities?
|It was NOT a hardship to write about this handsome fellow. :)|
|Ally had just the right amount of both spunk and dreamer in her eyes.|
Have you visited the MET? Do you enjoy Egyptology?
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