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Meddlesome grandparents whose matchmaking goes wrong in so many ways but right in the way that matters.

Sweet romance with a hint of magic.

Best read in order.

The origin story behind the Spellbound in Hawthorne series.

Contemporary romance inspired by classic literature.

Can be read these in any order--though Easter eggs are more fun if read in order.

Do your ancestors make you a beast?

A tech billionaire who couldn't buy what he needed.

Clock-punk meets 70s pop songs and the best hidden treasures in Seattle.

A spy novelist, escape rooms, and a well-known architect.

Pranks, ghosts, and ties to the mob.

The small-town antique shop owner who doesn't see things the same way the optometrist next door does.

Of course the small-town florist would be at odds with the divorce attorney. Until they're on the same side.

The hot-headed realtor loses her cool with a wildland firefighter and sparks fly.

What makes Cobble Creek, Wyoming the perfect place to fall in love?
Three full-length, heartwarming small-town romances.

    Being a soccer mom was supposed to be fun, but the ref keeps getting in the way.

    It'll take more than a Christmas miracle to rehab this celebrity's image.

    A drive-in movie theater, a visiting motivational speaker, and an over-involved family.

    Christmas is for service--except if it's the guy who made you leave home in the first place.

    Careful of the assumptions you make. Perhaps the person behind the email isn't as hard-headed stubborn as they appear.

    Stand-alone Novels

    More women's fiction than romance.

    How much can a mother's heart take?Troubled teens, young adults navigating their way, and a mother-in-law who isn't the same today as she'd once been.

    A house that's crumbling and a marriage doing the same. You've got to fix one to ditch the other.

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