Snowbound with the Single Dad by Cara Colter: Grandpa McGregor has decided he is hosting an Old-Fashioned Christmas. One thing though – he neglected to tell his granddaughter Noelle McGregor about it. Noelle has been a bit concerned about her grandpa since Grandma McGregor passed away a few months ago. Grandpa […]
Falling for the Rebel Princess by Ellie Darkins Two hurt souls, one night club night and Vegas? What could possibly go wrong? Or really what could go right? Princess Caroline Mary Beatrice of Afland, Charlie, played at being the bad girl princess. She was very good at doing things that […]
CEO’s Marriage Miracle (The Cattaneos’ Christmas Miracles #3) by Sophie Pembroke: “I am doing this for Frankie’s sake. He should get to spend time with his father. He will enjoy this Christmas holiday. Me, not so much.” These are the thoughts in the mind of Maria Cattaneo as she is about […]
In Their Christmas Miracle by Barbara Wallace , Grieving widower Thomas Collier has spent the last six months or so taking care of his beautiful daughter Maddie and working fervently to keep his family’s soap business afloat. As the new CEO, he’s pulled in a dozen different directions every day. […]
Beauty and Her Boss by Jennifer Faye: Death is no way to start anything. Yet it does tend to change the lives of those left behind. How, well that depends on the individuals’. Gabrielle Dupre didn’t take her aunt’s death well, but she took it a whole lot better than her […]
The Italian’s Runaway Princess by Andrea Bolter: Just a little while away from the future and then it’s back to the future laid out for her, but just a little bit of time to be her own person. Why was that too much to ask? Princess Luciana de la Isla de […]
The Million Pound Marriage Deal by Michelle Douglas: What would you do for a chance to start over? Is it even possible to truly start over, especially when your past is always right there? Sophie Collingford was praying that one day she would be able to at least move forward. In […]
Conveniently Wed To The Prince by Nina Milne: One piece of property can heal or can divide a family and country further. That piece just happens to be a lemon grove and one man and one will controls the destiny.
English Lord on Her Doorstep by Marion Lennox; Trust is not something that comes easy once you’ve been burned… and burned, and burned. Charlotte, Charlie, Foster knew that to be the case. It was also the reason that she was where she was and alone in trying to figure it out.
Carrying the Billionaire’s Baby by Susan Meier: 3 weeks of the most vibrant colors of your life. Passion inside and outside the bedroom, but the arguing is just too much so you decide it’s really just too much. Avery Novak was okay with that decision they were just too different. It […]