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November Week 5 - 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!


Josie Johnson has a passion for planning weddings, until the day everything goes wrong and her client threatens to personally escort her off the premises.

The humiliation of that event makes her question her future as a professional wedding planner. Her mom convinces her to get back in the game by taking on a free client: an old family friend who turns out to be the worst bridezilla Josie has ever encountered.

After Brady Alexander’s home burns down, he rents a room from an older couple and learns that the other tenant is the wedding planner for his best friend’s wedding. He’s drawn to her right away, but she’s off limits because he’s the best man.

Josie tries to keep a healthy distance from Brady after her friend makes it clear she doesn’t want any relationship drama attached to her wedding. The only problem is, he’s everything she could ever want in a man, and he feels the same way about her.

Josie can’t let anything mess up her chance to prove herself as a competent wedding planner, but when she becomes more and more convinced that Brady might be “the one,” she has a decision to make.

A decision that could change everything.


Anika hates Christmas, but Carlos might be the man to make her believe in the magic of Christmas again.

Anika Fletcher hates Christmas--its promises of good tidings and hope for the future are as tinseled as the ornaments on Kenworth's Hope Tree. Despite her feelings, Anika wants to maintain her daughter's faith in the magic of the season and gladly accepts a second job working with the handsome Carlos Rodriguez to restore Kenworth's old fashioned soda fountain. Carlos is no stranger to hard times and slowly shares his life of light and joy with Anika as they work together. Just as her fragile soul begins to feel hope again, an ill-timed act of charity changes everything. Anika isn't sure who she can trust or if hope is worth nurturing--especially at Christmas when it's easy to enjoy a kiss and believe love can last longer than the season.

Although you can read the book as a standalone, you don’t want to miss this exciting series.


Stranded and alone for Christmas, with her childhood crush next door. What could be more romantic?

As it turns out, pretty much anything.

When Seattle’s hit with Snowmageddon, Rylee's unexpected rescuer is Brock, her childhood crush. Rylee dreams that their moment to connect has finally arrived, but Brock is missing Christmas with his daughter, and heaven help anyone who tries to convince him that something good could come from this Snowpocalypse.

Will a chance at love heal his hurting heart, and grant her most fervent Christmas wish?


With the high school reunion approaching, according to a pact among my friends, I have to find my Marriage Match. Too bad I hate him.

I know exactly what I want: an epic adventure on the open road, alone. Forget the silly dating dare. My quest is to visit all fifty states and find a place to call home. When my mom asks for a favor to help a family friend, I can’t say no even though I despise the guy.

Elliot O'Connell is a rock star in recovery with a debilitating fear of flying, but he needs to get to an awards show. To him, a road trip with a pretty woman sounds like a song in the making. Turns out, he’s my number one nemesis—not a fan of his lifestyle or that thing he did that time.

Me, forgive and forget? Not on your life, buddy.

We clash when tailed by a crazy ex, try to detour from past heartbreak, and take a wrong turn that leads us to discover what we have in common. When the trip comes to an end and real-life intervenes, sending us in different directions, he says I’m like a tune he can’t get out of his head.

Forgive? Forget? Maybe...

Will these speedbumps slow us down or are we destined for love?

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