Sweetbriar #1 (ebook)
SKU: 978-0-943777-16-0

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" —Louisa Boren Denny
The Beginnings of an Empire and the Story of a Remarkable Love. Louisa Boren journeys West to carve out a new way of life. Out of her rugged determination and deep faith comes an enduring love and the founding of one of America's greatest cities—Seattle.

Twenty-four and unmarried, Louisa is an unusual woman for the year 1851. And she knows what she wants—David Denny. An empire builder, David is a born pioneer and destined to be the founder of Seattle, Washington. But he is only nineteen...and younger brother to James, whose love for Louisa runs deep.


This first in Brenda Wilbee's best-selling Seattle Sweetbriar Series is a story of remarkable love and the conception and birth of Seattle, Washington.
 
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Sweetbriar Bride #2 (ebook)
SKU: 978-0-943777-19-1

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" —Louisa Boren Denny
Beautiful Louisa Boren. 24 and unmarried, is an unusal woman for the year 1851. And she knows what she wants; his name is David Denny, and he is destined to be the founder of Seattle. 

The Sweetbriar Bride brings the continuing saga of Sweetbriar, the remarkable love story of Louisa Boren and David Denny, and the growing pains of one of America's greatest cities. The scenes have changed, but the challenges of life are no different today than in the mid-1800's: The conflict of human relationships, the struggle for balance in an unblanced world, the stengthening of love amidst the uncertainties of life.
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Sweetbriar Spring #3 (ebook)
SKU: 978-0-943777-21-4

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" 
—Louisa Boren Denny

In 1851 two women kissed each other goodbye in a sweetbriar garden. They wept for they knew they’d never see each other again. Louisa was moving to Oregon.

At 24 years old Louisa Boren bids farewell to her childhood home and friends, and begins her journey toward destiny. Sweetbriar Spring, the captivating sequel to Sweetbriar and Sweetbriar Bride, continues this remarkable love story of Louisa and David Denny duing the long, dark winter of 1854. Today her sweetbriar mingle with the wild roses that bloom each spring in the Northwest—a tribute to the victory of faith, hope, and love amidst worry and anxiety over agitated Indians, war aflame in Europe, and devastating news at home.

But not all is grim in 1854.
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Sweetbriar Summer #4 (ebook)
SKU: 978-0-943777-23-8

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" —Louisa Boren Denny
Summer 1854 finds Louisa and David, and baby Emily Inez, on their claim in today's Seattle Center, caught up in the first fruits of their labor and basking in their hard-won hopes and dreams.

New settlers, new industry, added shipping lines, gold beyond the mountains—everything adds up to strong economic times. Yet beneath the heady air of prosperity runs a current of fear as rumors of Indian unrest ominously rumble.

In the middle of everything comes word that David's brother James is dying. Will Louisa and David abandon their improvements and rush to his bedside in far-away Oregon? Can they even make it in time?
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Sweetbriar Autumn #5 (ebook)
SKU: 0-978-943777-25-2

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" —Louisa Boren Denny
When SWEETBRIAR AUTUMN opens, war erupts 30 miles southeast of Seattle. Outlying settlers and farmers flee for the safety of town, including Louisa and David's friends, the Brannans. 

Assured of safety by the acting governor and autumn's harvest, the Brannans and other families and farmers return—to hostile Indian territory. Tays later, they flee back downriver with the cry, "Indians!" They report gunfire, smoke, and blood-curdling screams from farther upriver where Elizabeth and Will Brannan live. Louisa's beloved husband must go at once to the rescue. Or will it be to bury the dead?
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Sweetbriar Hope #6 (ebook)
SKU: 978-0-943777-27-6

"Oh, what a book the story of my life would make!" —Louisa Boren Denny
Historians agree. Louisa Boren Denny was the epitome of the pioneer woman. She endured the Oregon Trail and laid to rest the first foudation of an American city. In this sixth, and final, novel in the Seattle Sweetbriar Series, Puget Sound's Treaty Wars move ever cloer to Seattle.

When Owhi and his allies attack Seattle at dawn, David Denny races to join fellow pioneers in quick defense of their vulnerable position. Lousia,  eight months pregnant, is left to huddle in a darkened blockhouse with the other panicked women and children. They can only hope and pray
—and wait out the bloody crossfire between navy cannon and native gunfire.

Will David's friendship with Chief Seattle and others Indians be enough to save Seattle? 
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