Michigan Brides

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Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, Dec 1, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Relive Michigan’s industrial boom alongside three women who must change their way of viewing the world before they can realize love. Felicity does a very noble deed only to lead her to a romance that would be banned by her wealthy society. Annabelle’s interest in a potato picker is barred by the stigma society has placed on his ruined family. Shannon has seen too much about industry fail, prompting her to reject the suit of one of Henry Ford’s employees. Can each woman find the faith to push through the barriers so they can embrace romance?

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A bit confusing at times throughout ...

User Review  - Mysti - Christianbook.com

The first story had too many characters to keep straight, so it was a bit confusing at first. The characters in the second and third stories where related to the main ones in the first book. God ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carolee888 - LibraryThing

Starting from the first page, it was difficult to stop reading 'Michigan Brides’. I was immediately immersed into times of the Industrial Revolution and the social culture in Detroit. I would classify ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Tiffany Amber Stockton has been crafting and embellishing stories since childhood, when she was accused of having a very active imagination and cited with talking entirely too much. Today, she has honed those childhood skills to become an award-winning author and speaker who has partnered with Nerium International in the anti-aging skin care industry, helping others look younger and live better. She lives with her husband and fellow author, Stuart Vaughn Stockton, in Colorado. They have one girl and one boy, an Flat-coated retriever named Roxie and and Australian cattle dog named Timber. She has sold seventeen (17) books so far and is represented by agent Sandra Bishop of the TransAtlantic Agency. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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