River of Time
What if you think you met the man of your dreams at your best friend’s wedding, but the problem is, he lives in the past and you live in the future? Nicky can’t seem to adjust to life now that her best friend, Kimberly, has decided to live in 1893 with her new husband. She loves her job and there are many things she enjoys doing, but she can’t help but think there is more to life. She would like to find the same kind of love Kimberly has, but every man she dates seems to fall short of the man she met at Kimberly’s wedding.
The Duke’s Saving Grace
Deborah would gladly spend her life saving others. It could be though that the one she wants to save the most is one that is beyond her reach. Through the war, Deborah found her purpose. With the abbey she was raised in opened up to the wounded, she found no shortage of need for her calming smile, quick mind, and skill at tending to the sick and injured. She couldn’t imagine that with the war winding down, her life wouldn’t just continue in the abbey as she gets ready to take her vows and become a nun.
Tug of Attraction
Failed actress Brigit Love moved back to New Hampshire from Hollywood with one goal: to have a child. So far her only babies are furry and live at the animal shelter where she works. Brigit isn’t willing to marry to get what she wants, so doing things in “the correct order” may not be possible. Even her Wiccan spells don’t seem to be working. Until she comes up with an outrageous idea that just might do the trick.
The Billionaire’s Secret Marriage
Steph doesn’t care that Bran is totally blind—at least he’ll never notice the longing looks she gives him. If only she could warn him about the lack of love on his conniving fiancée’s face. But Steph has to keep her mouth shut, or she could lose her job, along with the health insurance that keeps her daughter alive.