Posted by: Karen | June 8, 2011


I’m celebrating week two of JUNE IS AUDIOBOOK MONTH with this giveaway of books by Mona Hodgson, who writes about young women, their faith, and love in the early part of the last century.


Dive into the world of the Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek.  When these spunky sisters head west from a sheltered upbringing in Maine to a booming mining town in Colorado, they are met with surprises, challenges and heartbreak.  But these sisters support each other through it all – and you’ll love to hear their stories of growing up, learning to be independent women and, of course, falling in love.


Comment below – tell us what you love about historical fiction!  I’ll draw two winners on Friday, June 10 at noon PST.  If you’re also a fan (you “Like” her) on Mona’s Author Page – you’ll win the first TWO books of the series, TWO BRIDES TOO MANY and TOO RICH FOR A BRIDE!  Otherwise, I’ll send you just one J


  1. Oh no, I’m too late 😦

    • So sorry you missed it – if you subscribe to the blog you’ll receive updates when the next ones happen.

  2. The Sinclair sisters sound like they are a lot of fun. I like Historical Fiction for the different lifestyle it presents. I can immerse myself in something that is totally different from what I’m used to.

    • Teresa, you are a winner! Please email me at and we can connect over mailing details.

  3. What I like about historical fiction? Hmmm, perhaps it’s the ability to be creative about a particular time period.

    Rebecca in Ben Lomond, CA

    • Rebecca, you are a winner! Please email me at and we can connect over mailing details.

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