Dodging a Bullet
Dumped at the altar, Trish Malone is shocked to discover her fiancé has been having an affair during their engagement. Too soon, she meets Jake Abbott, a widower with a six-year-old daughter. Jake is the perfect man, with an amusing extended family, but she needs time to heal. Insisting they remain friends, she waits too long, and he seems to be falling for her best friend, Laney, a widow with a daughter of her own. This story of love and forgiveness weaves an intricate path through the lives of intriguing characters with humor and honesty. A feel-good tale of family life that leaves the reader satisfied, this is a romance you won’t soon forget.
Love and Roses
Young widow Abby Kincaid treasures the past, both the antiques she sells in her shop and the tender memories of her late husband. When she learns that her hometown plans to sell historic Rose Park, a place central to her marriage, she vows to stop the sale. Nate Redmond, a former Manhattan lawyer, is eager for a fresh start in small-town Missouri. With his extensive background, arranging the sale of outdated Rose Park for retail development looks easy—the perfect way to help the town fund the larger recreational space it needs. His role in the deal might even impress Abby, the pretty new neighbor he feels so drawn to.
Levi Graham is a strong, independent backwoodsman, who stumbles upon the injured young woman. Good Samaritan, he’s finding out the hard way, is not his best strength. In addition to caring for this helpless, confusing woman, he encounters a robbery, a fire, visits from relatives, and the cabin’s previous owners, all disrupting his former peaceful life of solitude and trapping.