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    Agent With Style (www.agentwithstyle.com) is proud to announce DREAMS TO LAST THE YEARS A Here Come the Brides Collection Here Come the Brides aired from
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 31, 2004
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      Agent With Style
      (www.agentwithstyle.com)
      is proud to announce

      DREAMS TO LAST THE YEARS

      A "Here Come the Brides" Collection

      "Here Come the Brides" aired from 1968 to 1970, and starred Robert
      Brown, David Soul, and Bobby Sherman as the Bolt brothers, who
      brought 100 marriageable women to 1860's Seattle to keep their
      loggers happy. Mark Lenard played Aaron Stempel, one of Seattle's
      leading citizens, and the Bolt brothers' rival.

      This 130-page gen zine contains stories "full of hopes and full of
      fears; full of laughter, full of tears; full of dreams to last the
      years," as the theme song said, as well as poetry, a humor section,
      and a HCTB word search.

      Story Summaries

      Trials by Fire by Nnancy M. -- In this poignant story, set during the
      early years on Bridal Veil Mountain, Lottie Hatfield reveals what
      brought her to Seattle, and what makes her stay.

      A Different Horizon by Helene -- Now that Jeremy and Candy are
      married and the Bolt brothers' logging business is firmly
      established, Joshua makes a decision about his own future that
      affects not only him but everyone he loves.

      Happy Birthday by Carol C. -- Jeremy is determined to come through
      with the perfect birthday gift for a special girl in his life, and
      once he makes up his mind, he won't take 'no' for an answer.

      The Black Dress by Teresa S-J -- Joshua relates a story from
      Seattle's past that not only tells us more about some of the
      characters we know from the show, but also introduces us to some new
      ones.

      Missing Moments -- Sometimes, those involved with producing a
      television series just don't know enough to show us everything we
      wanted to see. Helene and Nnancy M. take a stab at correcting that
      by presenting missing scenes from Candy and the Kid, Two Women, and A
      Crying Need.

      What Might Have Been by Karen Q. and Helene -- Think back to when the
      loggers announced that they'd leave Seattle because they needed
      women. Now imagine that the Bolt brothers' parents are still alive at
      the time. Would the brides still have come? A 'what if' story
      featuring the characters you already know and love, but with a few
      twists.

      Faith and Miracles by Heidi -- As Jason watches Jeremy's emotional
      turmoil during Merlin's visit in A Man and His Magic, he recalls past
      events that shaped the young man's life and his own.

      Moonlight by Carol C. -- Candy reflects on some of the events that
      occurred while she and Jeremy took their first steps toward their new
      life together.

      The Wanderer by Cynthia -- Joshua befriends a drifter and finds
      himself torn between his loyalty to his new friend and his
      responsibilities to his brothers. An unexpected crisis forces both
      Joshua and Jason to make choices that affect not only their
      relationship but Joshua's future in Seattle.

      The Secret of the Cave by Teresa S-J -- While on a camping trip with
      Christopher, Jeremy learns a few things about his young brother-in-
      law's future by looking at his own family's past.

      On the Lighter Side -- Humor played a part in all of the HCTB
      episodes, to different degrees, so we had to include some of that in
      this zine, too!

      Poetry -- Poems by Madelyn, some written while HCTB was still on the
      air and others written more recently.


      You can order this wonderful zine from
      Agent With Style at www.agentwithstyle.com!
      Check us out for this and many more zines!
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