Biography

Mona Hodgson

Mona Hodgson is the author of TWO BRIDES TOO MANY, TOO RICH FOR A BRIDE, THE BRIDE WORE BLUE and TWICE A BRIDE. Mona's writing credits also include nearly 30 children's books, including REAL GIRLS OF THE BIBLE: A 31-Day Devotional, BEDTIME IN THE SOUTWEST and THE PRINCESS TWINS AND THE TEA PARTY. One of Mona's favorite things to do, besides writing or eating dark chocolate, is to speak at women's retreats and conferences. Mona lives in Arizona with her husband, Bob.

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Books by Mona Hodgson

by Mona Hodgson - Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Willow Peterson, a young widow, settles in the town of Cripple Creek with the dream of becoming an artist. Fortunately, she soon gets a job as a portrait painter with Trenton Van Der Veer, a handsome entrepreneur and photographer. However, Willow's blossoming romance and the family bonds of the Sinclair sisters are shaken by some new arrivals in town. Can everyone hold it together?

by Mona Hodgson - Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Vivian, the youngest Sinclair sister, moves from Maine to Cripple Creek, Colorado, and joins Kat, Nell and Ida. However, she sees herself as tainted by her past decisions and doesn't think she could ever be happily married like her sisters. Will an outpouring of God's grace remind her how worthy she truly is?

by Mona Hodgson - Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Ida Sinclair moves to Cripple Creek for one reason --- to work with successful businesswoman Mollie O'Bryan. However, Ida's sisters and the town as a whole think Ida should spend a little less time working and a little more time looking for a beau. Will Ida discover where her priorities really lie?

by Mona Hodgson - Christian, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Kat and Nell Sinclair head west to Colorado as mail-order brides. When they get to the town of Cripple Creek, though, their fiancés are nowhere to be found. Can these two prim and proper women make it on their own in the wild west?