A Small Town Christmas
Experience the magic of Christmas with two enchanting romances set in small towns. Sweet Yuletide. Desperate to escape her new stepfamily over the holidays, Sheridan DeMarco decides to housesit in a quaint coastal town. Her dream of spending Christmas alone, however, is shattered when she finds herself sharing the cozy beach cottage with a stranger, Michael “Mikey” Patterson. A kiss under the mistletoe thwarts their plan to keep their distance and draws them closer. But love might not be enough to conquer family complications. His Christmas Wish. Spending the holidays in Hood Hamlet is the last thing Carly Bishop wants to do. Her hometown is full of painful memories of lost loved ones, but her family needs help. Jake Porter, her late brother’s best friend, is a mountain rescuer burdened by guilt. He believes he can help Carly find her lost Christmas spirit. As their growing closeness ignites a romance, Jake must convince her—and himself—that he’s worthy of love.
Cowboy Finding Love
Serious and quiet, Silas hardly seems like the kind of man who would be out drag racing in the wee hours of the night. Unwilling heir of her family’s multimillion dollar ranching operation, Gladys Lefrak is a daredevil who vows to never settle down. And she loves drag racing – with Silas beside her. But her twenty-fifth birthday is fast approaching and the conditions of her inheritance state that she must be married by that date. Her parents have paraded a line of perfectly acceptable, Ivy League educated – and boring – candidates before her, and even a cowboy or two – with degrees. But her heart longs for the steady hand, deep character and calm confidence of the mechanic who has shown her a good time and kept her safe and always gives her something deep to think about. Maybe he’s right and it’s time for her to grow up. A terrible tragedy strikes and Gladys has some decisions to make, but she’s not about to drive off into the night without the one person who has never steered her wrong. Can she convince her cowboy dreams are better when they’re shared?