USA Today bestelling Author Kirsten Obsourne has released
Hyacinth: Suitors of Seattle Book 6
As the sixth in a family full of girls, Hyacinth felt she often faded into the woodwork. Of course, she liked living in her own world, where no one really bothered her. She spent her days at the library working on her book, and her evenings hiding in her room. She was determined to be just as good as all her sisters, most of whom she felt overshadowed by. Lawrence watched the pretty girl in the library for weeks before he finally approached her, only to learn she was the younger sister of his favorite person in the city. To him, Hyacinth was perfect. Of course, he had no idea how to court a woman. Thankfully, he found a newspaper column that would teach him everything he needed to know. Would she always think he was crazy every Tuesday when he followed its advice, though?
Start the Series From the very beginning:
ROSE: Suitors Of Seattle Book 1
Rose is the first book in a highly anticipated new series Suitors of Seattle, following the adventures of eight Western daughters ready to benefit from the matchmaking skills of her new Aunt Harriett, whom readers will recognize from the best selling Brides of Beckham series. Pampered socialite Rose is used to men falling at her feet. But her match with handsome Dr. Shawn Henry leaves her feeling less than adored. Has Rose fallen in love with a man who can’t love her back?
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PRAISE FOR THE SUITORS OF SEATTLE:
This is the first one of Kirsten’s new series that is a continuation of sorts of the Beckham Brides series. I literally could not put it down, I read it from cover to cover in about 4 hours! – AMAZON CUSTOMER (on Rose)
As usual Kirsten has done it again. I loved the connection between the sisters and the mail order brides. And, as usual, I am impatiently waiting for the next. By the way, I loved the cover too. – BOBBY BROWN (on Daisy)
Each of the flowers stories gets better and better!!!! can’t wait for the next one. jasmine by far is my favorite so far! – TINA M. RENAUD (on Jasmine)