Twenty-five books in the series are available in electronic format with some also available as paperbacks. Additionally, there are several companion publications listed below.

Set upon the vast Dakota Territory prairie in the late 1870s, these are stories of strong women with big dreams. Read about their exploits, their challenges. and their struggles with many of the same issues modern women deal with today. Racially diverse and powerful storylines. These aren't your grandmother's romance novels.

In the shadow of wild Deadwood sits quiet Sweet Town. Established in the Dakota Gold Rush of the 1870s, Sweet Town is surrounded by gentle hills and fields of clover. It’s a place where anyone can start over and redemption is never out of reach.

Finding Family

The first three books in the Sweet Town series compiled in one book tell the intertwining stories of the Leonetti siblings as they find one another and create new families.

388 Pages • Paperback $13.99

Anthology

Discover the Sweet Town series all over again!

What happens after the happily ever after? Finding a soul mate is never the ending of a story, but a beginning. In this short story collection four frontier brides from diverse backgrounds face questions about the scars of their pasts and their future in Sweet Town, South Dakota.

In The Price of Love, a blizzard has settled over the foothills of Dakota Territory and former mail-order bride Lucy Price wonders if she'll ever find that sense of belonging she's searched for her entire life. This is a continuation of the story of Lucy and Sheriff Kit Price from A Bride's Price, Sweet Town #1.

In The Art of Compromise, Bridget O'Cuinn faces her own worst fear and is left with a decision she never thought she'd have to make. This is a continuation of the story of Bridget and Mayor Lorcan O'Cuinn from Not Always Nice, Sweet Town #4.

In A Mother's Heart, a long-buried heartache comes to the surface again in the hour of Mika Ritchie's greatest joy. This is a continuation of the story of Mika and Dr. Jacob Ritchie from Doctor's Midwife, Sweet Town #6.

In A Full House, former spinster Emma Leonetti finds that the quiet, lonely house absent the laughter of children she foresaw for herself will never exist. And she couldn't be happier. This is a continuation of the story of Emma and Neal Leonetti from Calling His Bluff, Sweet Town #3.

E-book $.99

Nature's Autumn Decorations: And How To Use Them (Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette Book 1)

Take a step back in history with the Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette, learning the household skills and arts practiced by American women in the 1870s and 1880s just as they would have learned them.

In this edition of the Gazette, Lucy Price explores the possibilities of decorating your home with the wildflowers of autumn in America. Learn how to make a woodland Louis Quinze Screen or the many ways a woman of the nineteenth century could use gourds. What could a woman of that era have possibly done with tree fungus and cardboard? The painstakingly historically accurate Gazette will tell all.

Inside this edition you'll find these authentic nineteenth century crafts: Wildflower Arrangements, Buckeye Portiere, Panel of Fall Decorations, Louis Quinze Screen, Field-Corn Panel, Ornamental Gourds, Small Decorations, and Decorative Brackets

E-book $.99

Nut Gathering Party (Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette Book 2)

The Ladies of Sweet Town are at it again. Take a step back in history with the Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette, learning the household skills and arts practiced by American women in the 1870s and 1880s just as they would have learned them.

In this edition of the Gazette, Emma Leonetti teaches about nutting parties, a pioneer activity where women and children all went out during the fall harvest season to gather wild nuts. Learn how to roast America's nuts in a potbelly stove just like your ancestors did, then grind them into flour, make candy, or put them into sultry stews. Weaving fiction and history, the Gazette offers authentic crafts from the frontier along with a hint of romance.

E-book $.99

All Hallow Eve (Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette Book 3)

Take a step back in history with the Ladies of Sweet Town Gazette, learning the household skills and arts practiced by American women in the 1870s and 1880s just as they would have learned them.

In this edition of the Gazette, Irish immigrant Bridget O'Cuinn shows us what a Halloween party in nineteenth century America would have been like. Based on real accounts from real women of the time, this book weaves historical practices with the narratives of Sweet Town. A hint of romance and a dash of pioneer superstition makes for a fascinating glimpse into the past!

E-book $.99