Updated: Mar 11, 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!
Staying in the shadows of her famous sister best known for songwriting, Piper Hayes knows her role. She keeps her head down and does what she’s told.
But then he came along.
As the third member of the band, Fate, Ben Evans is not only out of her league, he’s completely off-limits. Ben loves the girl he thinks wrote the words his music fits so perfectly with.
But Piper knows the truth.
The more time she spends fetching coffee and running errands for members of the band, the more she realizes this isn’t the life she wants.
When it comes time to finally own up to all the lies Piper and her sister have told, the fans might desert them, but what about Ben? He’ll have to decide if it’s the lyrics he loves or the girl he never knew was behind them.
They both know what they want. And it’s not each other . . .
Kayla has worked hard to regain her independence after her spinal cord injury, and she isn’t willing to give up that independence for anyone. Which is why she is willfully single, with no intention of dating, marrying, or starting a family—ever. But when she witnesses an accident in Hope Springs, she finds herself drawn inextricably into the life of the young girl whose mother is now in a coma—and the uncle she has to convince to take care of the girl.
On the verge of the perfect life, Cam doesn’t owe his estranged sister anything. So he doesn’t appreciate the call informing him that he needs to care for the niece he didn’t even know he had. And yet, somehow he can’t say no to the woman on the other end of the phone. He soon finds himself on a plane for Hope Springs. He’ll go there, make alternate arrangements for the girl, and get back to his real, nearly perfect life.
But as Cam gets to know his niece—and Kayla—he starts to question what the perfect life really means. And as Kayla experiences the pull of family, she wonders whether being independent really means closing yourself off to others. Can they both let go of what they thought they wanted and let God give them the love they truly need?
He's a tough ex-military cowboy still in love with his best friend. She's a widow, heartbroken and still angry at her first love for leaving years ago...
Wyatt Callahan never thought he’d return to Canyon Mountain, but life gave him no other choice. The death of a close friend in his military unit and more recently his adopted dad’s passing chewed him up, spit him out and sent him back to square one.
Abby Meadows Hart spent her childhood on her family's ranch, next door to the Callahan family. Abby fell in love with Wyatt, but when her dreams of marrying him were crushed, she agreed to marry the man of her parents choosing. Married only a few short years, unexpectedly Abby was left a widow.
All alone and drowning in debt, her one goal was to hold onto the only thing that gave her a sense of belonging... her ranch. She’s desperate to keep the one place that has given her a sense of belonging. Especially when all the people she loved have left her abandoned and wounded.
At Wyatt Callahan's sudden return back to their small town, Abby is in turmoil. Still grieving and in pain, she's still angry at the man who left her seven years ago.
Every time Wyatt and Abby clear one obstacle, another looms larger in their path and they push each other away. Can they move on from their painful pasts and find love once more — or are they doomed to repeat old mistakes?
Lindy Coates moves with her teenaged daughter to Blueberry Beach because she was tired of putting her time in and not enjoying her life.
With a lonely single dad on one side of her, a crochety old business owner on the other and a young mother with terrible secrets and a son fighting leukemia across the road, it doesn’t take Lindy long to discover that learning to enjoy life is less about what she chooses to do for herself and more about what she chooses to do for others.
As she sinks into the small town atmosphere, healing her soul, her ex shows up, wanting to reconcile.
Can she decide between her bright tomorrow or come to see the values of yesterday’s treasures?