Seven Aprils

Seven Aprils
Eileen Charbonneau

2020 Laramie Award Grand Prize Winner. In April 1860, Dr. Ryder Cole returns home from his studies, to serve his country and preserve the Union. A young woman with a rife and a sure-shot eye saves his life. The seven Aprils tells their tale of love and war, sex and friendship. And the price of crossing gender lines.


About the Author

BWL Publishing Inc. is honored to be the publisher of multiple award winning author, Eileen Charbonneau's Civil War Brides series to BWL Publishing Inc. Eileen Charbonneau writes historical novels that the Washington Post has called “provocative…well told, extremely entertaining tales.” and Publisher's Weekly says shows impressive command of the elements of historical romance..."). Eileen's work has won the Golden Medallion, Chatelaine Award and Phyllis A. Whitney Award. Finalist accolades include the Daphne duMaurier Award, Hearts of the West Award, Golden Leaf and Laramie Award. Eileen lives in the brave little state of Vermont, where she and her husband run a small Bed and Breakfast in their 1886 Victorian home. Eileen loves kayaking below the eagles on the Connecticut River and Maple Creemies.