After a bitter divorce, house rehabber Lisa Bennigan needs a fresh start with her three kids. When she inherits a house in St. Louis, she soon discovers she's out of her depth. Will she be able to rehab the house on her own?
Country boy, Jackson Tydell, needs something to shake him from his rut. Living alone with his dog, Marshall, he's working from home, wearing the same sweatpants and t-shirt everyday. When an interesting woman moves into the house behind him. He's intrigued and offers to contribute his skills. Will their friendship blossom into something more?
When the neighborhood erupts into gossip about her, Lisa is thrown into despair. Can she ever out-live her husband's shameful past? Can a slightly magical casserole dish heal their neighborhood? Or will Lisa need to move again?
Read this women's fiction covering topics frequently facing women: pregnancy loss, divorce, infidelity, depression, and transition to retirement.
As a daughter of a bestselling novelist, Annie Shaw is determined to establish herself as a romance author apart from her father's name. When a career-threatening review sends her on vacation at Deerbourne Inn, she wonders if she should quit writing.
Book critic Zane Barrett hates all things romance—especially novels. Every August, he travels to Willow Springs, Vermont, to cope with a loss he's never relinquished.
When the two meet in the idyllic town, even Zane admits they've fallen victim to love at first sight. But what will happen when Annie discovers her hated critic and the perfect man are one and the same?
After dropping out a semester short of college graduation, Bailey Madison inherits the management of her family's struggling ice cream shop in Seward, Alaska. When Kingsley Tours needs her prime location to expand their business into the Last Frontier, Bailey must use her wits and creative ice cream recipes to save her shop.
Usually carefree and self-centered Brahms Kingsley must prove to his father he can buckle down and lead Kingsley Tours as the company grows. But how can he close Bailey's shop when she still holds a place in his heart?
Brahms must choose between pleasing his father and earning the love of a woman he never forgot.
Will Lainey succeed? The Swiss Mishap is a charming, heartwarming story where Lainey overcomes fears, cultural misunderstandings and mishaps, and jealous co-workers.
Amanda Miller is an investigative journalist, and amateur sleuth, armed with her disguises and martial arts, but she's used to dealing with lone wolves. When Andy's step-brother is killed by a St. Louis mob, she has to step it up. Can she take on a whole syndicate? She has to follow the trail of clues to discover who killed her brother and why.
Enter Hugh Donaldson.
He is in St. Louis investigating the murder of a family friend with his kick-a$$ skills. He claims to be a police officer, but who is he really? And why does he need to lie about who he is? When his lies don't add up, he's in deep trouble with Andy. Although their chemistry is undeniable, there's always a complication.
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