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He’s her brother's grumpy best friend. She’s the one he never noticed…until one request changes everything.
Kim Williams needs a new start with a fresh horizon. She also needs a green thumb to help make her mom’s entry into the local yard garden competition a reality. Too bad the only landscaper in her small town is her brother’s prickly best friend—the one she’s secretly liked for years.
The only thing Jake Dunn can keep alive is a plant. Besides his friend Dusty, he has no use for anyone, including God. He just wants to be left alone. When Dusty’s sister asks him for help, he turns her down flat—until he needs her marketing expertise. Tulips for business tips. Fair trade, right? Wrong. Jake can give Kim a garden. But she wants more. Too bad the walls Jake has cultivated around his heart from losses of the past are too thick to break down. If keeping people out isn’t the only way to keep them safe…what is? Jake might not have enough time to figure that out.
He’s too busy for a relationship. So is she. But their biggest and most dangerous client has other plans.
Anders and Astra are first year associates at a boutique law firm outside Richmond, Virginia. What they don’t know is that this job is nothing like what they have been expecting as the start of their law careers.
Throw in a dangerous client and an estranged father who happens to be the King of a small country, and their lives just might never return to normal.
She almost had it all. When she’s forced to return home, will she find all the love she’s ever wanted?
I was this close to making my dreams come true. Hightailing it out of small-town Florida for the Big Apple, I went to art school and was in the running for the perfect job when the aunt who raised me died. Good news: She left me everything she had. Bad news: That includes her flower shop, which I have to run successfully for a year before I’m allowed to sell it.
So now, I’m back where I don’t want to be, trying to fix up a business that seems to be better at providing shelter for raccoons and cockroaches than making money. And that’s when he shows up:
Kade Maverick. The guy who bullied me in high school. Owner of the sparkling green eyes I’ve never been able to ignore.
He’s changed somehow. It’s not just that he’s got a scar on his face from a motorcycle accident. He’s… vulnerable? He has a four-year-old niece he’s caring for, and he’s willing to do anything to help me fix up the store.
As business starts to boom, we’re getting close. Too close. Everything feels perfect.
But I’m going back to NYC when my year is up, and he’s just not a part of those plans. Right?
Is small town folklore enough to help heal a broken heart? Piper McEwan always dreamed of having her own art gallery. When the opportunity to open one in the quaint small town of Sweetheart Springs comes up, she jumps at the chance. Not only is it picturesque, but it also holds a folklore that has been talked about in her family for decades.
The opening of her art gallery is a dream come true, until a leak crashes her party and has her call the town’s typical ‘boy-next-door’ to her rescue. Spending time with Nick Donovan is both thrilling and confusing. She just can’t shake the feeling that he’s only going to break her heart like every other man.
Between her new-found feelings and a secret Nick has been hiding for years, their new relationship is tested when Piper struggles to let go of her past in hopes of a future with Nick. With her dreams on the line, Piper must decide if she’s ready to take the plunge and trust the generations-old town myth.
Recipe for Love? Take one alpaca and a meddling grandmother, add in a fake relationship, and stir.
Simone's delectable wedding cakes have the power to make any couple's special day even sweeter. Despite her friends' attempts to get her to move her business to small-town Two Hearts, Tennessee, Simone is happy with her life in Nashville. She's even less interested in a romance with the man who manages to say something rude whenever they meet.
Nick owns a successful Nashville restaurant, but he'd love to move back to his home town of Two Hearts. He's been catering weddings there, but the drive from the city is wearing him out. And a certain cake baker is stirring up emotions. Every time he’s near Simone, he says the wrong—usually stupid—words.
When his suddenly feeble grandmother asks who he’s dating and pushes him for a name, he blurts out the one he shouldn't. Simone. Things go from bad to worse as he and Simone have to act like they're in love.
Get ready for a romantic comedy filled with laughter and unexpected twists. Will Simone and Nick discover that love is the icing on life?
He'll do anything to protect the family he loves...
When Caroline flees to Mountain View, Tennessee with her young daughter following the brutal murder of her husband, the last thing she expects is to fall for Matt Carlson, a builder with strong roots in the small town that she now calls home.
Widower Matt is struggling to raise his cynical teenaged nephew after the boy is abandoned by Matt's alcoholic sister. He doesn't have time to fall in love, yet he can't help being drawn to his lovely but guarded new neighbor.
Can Matt's friendship convince Caroline to trust again, and when Caroline's daughter goes missing, will Matt be able to find the girl before it's too late and he loses everything he loves…again?