Updated: Apr 14, 2021
I thought it would be easier to post books here rather than in my NL. That way you can find them whenever you want to. You can also go back and check out older books as well. Just click the image to check out the book!
It’s love at first sight when reclusive inventor Jesse Buckley meets unemployed music teacher Bronte, moonlighting as a take-out delivery driver. Okay, so splattering guacamole and sour cream over them both wasn’t the best way to impress the woman he hopes to make his wife, but from here on the only way is up, right?
Still, maybe offering her a job as his chauffeur and personal assistant wasn’t one of his best ideas. It means he’ll see her almost every day, sure. It also means, as one of his employees, she’s out-of-bounds. Besides, though he’s had to admit to his failing eyesight, he hasn’t told her yet that one day he’ll become completely blind. And he’s managed to keep the little fact he’s one of the billionaire owners of the business a secret, letting her believe he’s just another staff member.
Desperate to untangle the mess a conman left her life and her finances in, Bronte gratefully said yes to the job Jesse offered her. Spending most of her time with a sweet, kind, handsome guy she could easily fall head-over-heels for wasn’t supposed to be part of the deal. After all, the last man she thought loved her stole everything she had. Her home, her inheritance, her music, her faith, and most of all, her trust in her own judgment. A new love isn’t on her wish list, especially when she can’t shake the feeling Jesse’s hiding something from her.
What neither counted on was Jesse’s ailing grandmother and her determination to see him settled with the right woman. First she beguiles them into a fake engagement neither will admit they want to make real. Then she maneuvers them into accompanying her on a trip to Chapel Cove to visit his former PA, Nai. Could it be, the spring vacation in a small Oregon seaside town will bring love, renewed faith, and God’s sweet healing for them all?
She's loved him her whole life. But he can never know.
The Dawson family has a whole new concern for Willow Creek when a huge developer wants to turn their town into something it's not. Their land is threatened. Their way of life is on the brink of change, and Decker might have different feelings than the rest about what would be a good move for their family.
Faith Haws would do anything to protect her town, her way of life, and her grandpa's ranch. But when the developers come calling and the money could pay for the increasing medical bills, she might need to make some tough decisions for Grandpa that he no longer knows how to make.
When Decker and Faith discover they're really on the same side, will old friendship turn into something more?
He needs to fix his image. She needs the money. Is finding love even an option?
Rockets’ center fielder, Ky Jennings, needs to revamp his image and quick. His manager’s solution? Be the next bachelor on the reality TV show Finding Love. With over five million viewers, and the ability to spin the show in whatever direction they want, it’s the perfect solution. No biggie, since he’s not interested in love.
But sparks fly when Ky locks eyes with a hazel-eyed beauty who doesn’t seem to know—or care—who he is. One that he’s supposed to send home but everything in him screams not to.
Layla Cartwright has loved and lost and plans to never love again. Her cousin, the assistant director on Finding Love, must have missed the memo because she signed Layla up as a contestant on the show. Layla could say no, but the money from being eliminated would solve her financial problems.
Layla's plan was simple. Dress up for a few hours, avoid the bachelor, get sent home with the consolation money, and finally be free. What could go wrong? Far more than she bargained for.
They got married for the greater good. Neither expected to fall in love...
Dashing and illustrious Mack Duncan thought he was a shoo-in for mayor in the Silver Plum election—until ghosts from his past are dredged up. As his poll numbers sink, his family suggests drastically unorthodox methods to shift odds back in his favor. A marriage of convenience to a beautiful schoolteacher seems like a ludicrous idea. One so crazy it just might work...
Cady Marshall is appalled the Duncan family would suggest she enter into a marriage just to help secure Mack’s political victory. Yet, that publicity stunt wedding may be the only chance her ailing mother has to see one of her children walk down the aisle. Holding onto Mack’s promise to protect the town’s water supply if elected, Cady reluctantly agrees.
As Cady and Mack’s marriage wins voters over, they find the line between real and faked emotions begin to blur. Will the growing feelings between them end when Mack takes office? Or can true love begin with an arrangement of convenience?