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It All Began with a Note (Accidentally in Love Book 1) (affiliate link)
One mistaken note brought them together. Their geography will tear them apart. Keeping things strictly physical will prove a challenge…
The scribbled message was supposed to be for Tess’s best friend. In no way, shape or form was it meant for the hot, sexy as hell American who makes it his mission to see what the note was all about.
When Jon introduces himself, Tess is immediately intrigued. Wanting more adventure than her conventional life affords, she throws caution to the wind, and decides to step outside her comfort zone with the handsome, yet sweet stranger. She promises herself he’s nothing more than a vacation fling.
However… emotions get involved.
Finding Adley (Ginny Mersea Mysteries Book 1) (affiliate link)
Cora and Sara Osborne share an unbreakable bond. With their mother wheelchair bound, their father busy running the estate, and their country home shut off from most of the outside world, all they really have is each other. But when Sara’s eyesight fades, she relies on her sister more than ever before.
A missing Locket…
On March 3rd, 1930, a priceless locket is stolen, driving Cora to a desperate act. Once the shot is fired there is no going back.
A murder witnessed only by a blind girl…
Sara was there, she heard everything, but her reliability as a witness comes into question when there’s no evidence to back her story.
The killer escaped without a trace…
Howie in Love: A Hattie Moon Mystery (affiliate link)
The Body Departed (The Rain Collective Book 1) (affiliate link)
Two years ago, a man broke into James Blakely’s apartment and shot him in his sleep, killing him instantly.
Dead and confused, James discovered he had a choice: he could move on into the afterlife, or he could stay behind. Unfortunately, since James had done some very bad things, moving on into the afterlife can only mean one thing: the fires of Hell. Forgoing eternal damnation, James instead chose to haunt his old apartment building.
Now James’s days are spent visiting his daughter and ex-wife, welcoming new neighbors, and talking to those who can see the dead. It’s a simple, peaceful life, but with each passing day, his memories of his former life—and even his own identity—begin slipping away.
Dispatches from the Cowgirl is a well-written personal memoir of an American family’s experience in Africa. Told in short anecdotal chapters it highlights the truism that home is where the heart is and…there is enough incident and personal detailing to provide a valuable insight into the life of a military family abroad. –IndieReader
Tully’s memoir captures her extraordinary experience of living in Africa as the spouse of a naval diplomat in vivid detail. She’s charming, as is the book…this is a fascinating account of one woman’s journey around the earth. —BookLife/Publisher’s Weekly
Would you move to Africa? For Julie Tully, a cowgirl who married a United States naval officer, the answer was a no-brainer: Yes!
Special Operations: Grant’s Freedom (affiliate link)
This time they have pit themselves against the armies of three nations, and their chances of survival are close to zero. Facing the prospect of life imprisonment for murders they didn’t commit, they have no choice but to fight on against formidable odds. They must bring back the US Army deserter who commands the heavily armed renegades. There are no second chances, no win or lose. Only win or die.
The Mostly Real McCoy (Apple Valley Love Stories Book 1) (affiliate link)
Not everyone is destined to live happily ever after, right? I’d be fine with averagely ever after. Lower expectations mean less heartbreak.
But then I meet Mac and Daisy.
Single dad Mac needs a temporary nanny for his daughter, Daisy. I need a second job until my promotion kicks in. It’s the perfect arrangement…until it isn’t.
Because who can resist a dad buying ballerina tights after a day spent in a hard hat? Not me, that’s for sure.
Now Mac’s green eyes and Daisy’s crooked pigtails have me dreaming about a future I can’t give them. I need to mend my own heart before I can focus on anyone else’s.
At least our arrangement is only for one month, so I won’t have time to get attached to this man and his little girl—I’m absolutely positive.
Well…I’m medium positive.
Okay, I’m negative.
An Invincible Summer (Wyndham Beach Book 1) (affiliate link)
It was a lifetime ago that recently widowed Maggie Flynn was in Wyndham Beach. Now, on the occasion of her fortieth high school reunion, she returns to her hometown on the Massachusetts coast, picking up right where she left off with dear friends Lydia and Emma. But seeing Brett Crawford again stirs other emotions. Once, they were the town’s golden couple destined for one another. He shared Maggie’s dreams—and eventually, a shattering secret that drove them apart.
Buying her old family home and resettling in Wyndham Beach means a chance to start over for Maggie and her two daughters, but it also means facing her rekindled feelings for her first love and finally confronting—and embracing—the past in ways she never thought possible. Maggie won’t be alone. With her family and friends around her, she can weather this stormy turning point in her life and open her heart to the future. As for that dream shared and lost years ago? If Maggie can forgive herself, it still might come true.
Hot Mess Wedding (affiliate link)
Unlike my group of friends, I don’t have just one fear to conquer. I have a laundry list of phobias. Spiders, confined places, the color orange (don’t ask), flying, traveling alone… and the massive, inked, bearded, giant who’s my seat partner to Las Vegas. I don’t expect the ridiculously attractive stranger to be gentle or to hold my hand through turbulence. I certainly don’t expect to wake up the following morning with a wedding band on my left ring finger snuggled up to a shirtless, pantsless Ian Miller. Oh dear…
The minute the luscious curvy redhead peeks up at me with her freckled face and sparkling green eyes, I’m a goner. Cleary Decker is the most innocent, sweet beauty I’ve ever seen and I know without a doubt, she’s meant to be mine. So when she assumes we got married, I run with it. I’ll get her to fall in love with me before I have to tell her the truth. Then I really will make the feisty bombshell my wife. Oh yeah…