A Fair to Remember draws to a close
Emily Ralston is delighted when she lands a job at the Children’s Building at the Chicago World’s Fair. When she meets Stephen Bridger, a handsome Columbian Guard, sparks of attraction singe the air. When Stephen finds a lost boy, he delivers him to the Children’s Building to be cared for until his mother is located. But when a dead body believed to be little Adam’s mother is found, the intrigue deepens and danger grows.
Can Emily and Stephen solve the deadly mystery before time runs out?
Readers who visited the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair in Ticket to Tomorrow and Fair Game will enjoy returning to the White City and spending time with the places and characters they’ve grown to love. And for those of you who have written to ask what will become of Mrs. Purvis and whether she’ll ever find the treasure left by her late husband — you’ll find the answers in A Bride So Fair.
I hope you’ll have as much fun reading the conclusion to the series as much I did in writing it!
I was thrilled when A Bride So Fair received a 4 ½ star review from Romantic Times – “This talented author’s sweet and charming love story — set during the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 — is a delightful diversion. The characters are lovable and down to earth.”