I thought it would be nice to post books here as well as 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!
Stella Britton continues to build a new life for her and her teenage daughter in the cozy beach town she's come to love. Her gallery is thriving and she's making friends, but the secret of her past hangs heavy over her head.
And the past just won't let her go. Her ex keeps sending letters that yank her back into the terrible events that ruined the life she'd thought was near perfect. Her daughter has a budding relationship with a boy she knows nothing about. There's so much uncertainty in spite of the good she's found in Sunset Beach.
When her friend's brother asks her out on a date, she just can't find the courage to say yes. He's handsome and confident and most women would be over the moon that he showed interest. Stella isn't ready, especially with the other worries on her mind.
Juggling the past, present, and future is a struggle Stella isn't handling well. Maybe a new start isn't all it's cracked up to be. Can Stella can find the courage to confront her ex and the issues from the past? Will she finally accept that her daughter has a right to grow up? If so, she just might be able to grab the future she deserves.
A calf roper bound by a broken-heart, a camp director too busy to think of her own happily-ever-after, and the troubled boy who brings them together
Cody James has given up on women after his wife leaves him. He’s broken, unable to give women what they really want...babies. Resigned to a life alone with his calf roping horse, his friend convinces him to volunteer at Camp Hope and to have faith that he will find direction.
Josie‘s entire life is wrapped around her camp and finding forever homes for the foster kids she works with. She guards her own secret as she focuses on everyone else’s futures but her own.
Wylie has been abandoned too many times to count. His father’s past follows him from one home to the next with no hope of ever finding the forever home Camp Hope keeps promising.
When the past comes to face them head on, the three of them have to pull together to keep each other safe. Meeting their fears and learning to love again just might give them all what they are looking for.
Ever agreed to have a makeover, then met the love of your life? Just me?
It's always been comfort over fashion for me. But when my boss dangles a carrot in the shape of my very own column, I will do whatever she wants. Even if it means I have to swap my stretchy leggings and Uggs for a tight dress and pair of stilettos.
She asks me to do a makeover photoshoot for the magazine I work for. It shouldn't be so hard.
The night before the shoot, I am saved from an awkward situation by some hot businessman who takes pity on me. Pity. Not exactly the romantic meet-cute that one might hope for. But after the shoot, I get on the subway looking like Malibu Barbie, and guess who I stumble into? The same guy! Only, he doesn't recognize me at all. I'd be lying if I said I'm not hurt by that.
Then my boss moves the goal post. I can have my column so long as the first article is on her topic: How to Get a Guy to Fall in Love. I hate the idea. It's so cheap, so manipulative. Basically, my boss wants me to make a guy fall for me using tricks from the internet.
What kind of guy deserves that? Then I think back to the shallow guy who only wanted to date me when I had hair extensions, several layers of makeup, and a revealing dress to show off the goods. The guy who didn't give me a second glance when I was my normal, comfortable self. Now, suddenly I don't think the article is such a bad idea.
Now, with the help of my sisters–who know a whole lot more about guys and dating than I do–I'm on a mission to get Mr. Businessman to fall head over heels for me.