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August Week 2 - Author's Spotlight

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!


As the owner of a toy store, Maren McNeil is surrounded by cars, trains, and dolls all day long, and her shop is the natural location for a Toys for Tots drop-off box. No child should do without on Christmas, and when she sees donations being made, it lifts her spirits and takes her focus off her own worries, which really do seem small in comparison.

Tyson Daines doesn’t have time for holiday shopping or gift wrapping this year. As one of the new partners in the Aspen Ridge Ski Lodge, he’s drowning in paperwork and overwhelmed by decisions that need to be made. He can’t forget his niece and nephew on Christmas, though, so he heads down to the newly opened mall in town and asks the pretty clerk if she can help him choose some gifts.

Maren’s happy to give her customer a hand with his shopping, even if he doesn’t seem to be in the mood for the holidays. When tragedy strikes, threatening everything he’s worked so hard for, she might be the very thing he needs to remind him of the real reason for the season and why it’s so important to take the time to celebrate.

*100% of the proceeds from the preorder of this book will be donated to Toys for Tots. Book comes out October 1, 2021.


A beach wedding to remember. An embarrassing incident with a good-looking member of the groom's family. A sticky situation ... what else could go wrong in this small-town, clean & sweet beach romance?

Alyssa Harwood’s Gran is about to get married, whether the rest of the family approves or not. Alyssa finds herself at Gran’s bed and breakfast in the small town of Cockleshell Bay to help with the wedding preparations.

When everyone arrives a few days before the wedding, the two families meet for dinner to get to know each other. An unfortunate incident leads to Alyssa taking an instant dislike to Ryan Thurstan, grandson of the groom, and it seems the feeling is mutual. It’s just a shame he’s so good-looking. Alyssa has never met such an irritating yet impossibly attractive man.

Concerns for the family wealth lead Alyssa and Ryan into compromising situations and an uneasy truce develops when they catch each other out. But when Ryan finds himself in a sticky situation, Alyssa realizes she has to make a choice. Will she play it safe and allow Ryan to get himself out of trouble, or will she expose her own humiliating incident to help him? And even if she does, will he appreciate it? Or will he steal her heart instead?


Is promoting her new cooking show a reality recipe for love?

Aubrey is a talented chef with a brand-new cooking show. A friend has an idea to help take the show to the next level, but the plan involves the assistance of an outside expert. With nothing to lose and everything to gain, Aubrey accepts the help even though she knows nothing about marketing.

Navigating social media is Fabian’s bread and butter. When people need to go viral, he’s the guy for the job. When Fabian agrees to take on a new client to help a mutual friend, no one is more surprised than him when she has no idea who he is or how he can affect the fate of her brand-new cooking show.

This chance meeting soon leads to deeper conversations. As Aubrey and Fabian begin working together, their MeetSpace conversations heat up in all the right ways. Will Fabian be able to help make Aubrey’s dreams for success a reality? And if he does, will it change their outlook on the world around them?

The MeetSpace Meet Cute series are laugh-out-loud romantic comedies that are sure to give you warm fuzzies. Each book stands alone so you can jump anywhere into the series and read them in any order you like!


Can the man who shattered Anna’s dreams help her pick up the pieces?

A wounded heart. A cancelled book contract. A part-time job that doesn’t pay the bills. When Anna Simone moved to Cedar Lake last summer to concentrate on her writing, nothing went as she had planned. Scrambling to find more work, she jumps at the opportunity for more hours at the Starlight Inn. But when her new co-worker turns out to be the man who crushed her author dreams, her excitement slams to a halt.

Once a hotshot editor for a publishing house in Toronto, Matthew Talbot returned to Cedar Lake after the company collapsed. Stuck between jobs and tired of delivering produce for his brother’s market garden, he agrees to help the owners of the Starlight Inn prepare an old barn for an upcoming community dance. The last person he expects to work alongside is an author—especially not one whose book deal he decided to cut.

When he offers Anna a kind gesture to ease his guilt, unexpected feelings rise between them. But with family drama, unresolved pasts, and a pattern of miscommunication—can these two learn to forgive and trust each other?

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