Fighting for Someday (The Someday Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
A Little Bit Witchy (A Riddler’s Edge Cozy Mystery #1) (affiliate link)
There has most definitely not been a murder on the Riddler’s Express.
Aisling Smith is about to try out for a new job – a job writing for a paper she’s never heard of. But seeing as she’s currently writing classified ads and obituaries, it would be foolish not to give it a shot.
Riddler’s Edge might be a small town, but it’s definitely not boring. The train hasn’t even pulled into the station, and already a woman has been murdered.
According to the grumpy but gorgeous Detective Quinn, the passenger’s death wasn’t a murder at all. He insists that Bathsheba Brookes died of a nut allergy. Aisling doesn’t believe it for a minute. She intends to discover the real story – a difficult challenge, considering the town’s inhabitants seem to be keeping some very big secrets.
Beautiful Country (affiliate link)
Brooke Barrett should have been happy.
Her career as a country music singer and songwriter hadn’t tanked when she came out a year ago.
Now, at 25 years old, Brooke has the freedom to be herself, but she can’t seem to get the words down.
After months and months of struggling to write anything, Brooke decides to book a house in the middle of nowhere for six weeks to try and find her creative flow again.
Sharon Holt was stuck in a rut.
She’d just turned 37, and even though she had two successful businesses, she couldn’t stop herself from wondering if she was missing something.
Sharon loved her hometown, tucked away in the Catskill Mountains, but sometimes her small town felt limiting.
And never more than when she thought about the eligible women in town, or lack of them.
Not Quite Dating (affiliate link)
Waitress and single mom Jessica “Jessie” Mann is practical to a fault. Even if she had time to date, which she doesn’t, she’d be determined to provide her son with a more secure upbringing than the one she had—and that would mean a husband with big bucks. When Jack Morrison—a sexy-as-sin, seemingly broke customer with a cowboy hat and a seductive grin—tries to flirt with her, she shoots him down. She doubts a carefree dreamer like Jack can provide the financial stability she needs. Yet with Christmas just weeks away, and Jessie not wanting to spend it alone, the charming Texan is proving hard to resist.
As the heir to the Morrison luxury hotel empire, Jack is used to being fawned over. But Jack needs someone who will fall in love with him—not his wealth. He’s set his sights on Jessie, though her hardened heart just might get in the way…To be sure, he conceals his true identity and offers to help Jessie find the rich husband she seeks. But Jack’s daring charade may rob him of the holiday wish he wants most of all…
Lily and the Major (The Orphan Train Trilogy Series Book 1) (affiliate link)
In his arms, she discovered how tender—and how bold—true passion could be…
Lily Chalmers wanted only two things from life—a farm of her own, and to find the sisters she hadn’t seen since they were all little girls heading West on the orphan train. She certainly had no desire for a husband. Yet proud, innocent Lily had no idea what desire meant until she met Major Caleb Halliday, a man who could ignite her very being with a single touch…a glance…a whisper. Sheltered in his arms, Lily rode the crest of a wild, helpless passion. And though she struggled against her own willful heart, she knew she could never choose between the dazzling man who had claimed her love so completely, and her bold, long-cherished dream…
The Doomsday Bunker (affiliate link)
Six weeks ago, former US Marine Patrick Larkin purchased shares in a massive, state-of-the-art underground missile silo for his family. It was a decision based on easing his wildest fears of nuclear holocaust. But then reality strikes with devastating suddenness, razing cities in a searing flash across the nation. No one knows who pulled the trigger. No one knows if the last day on Earth will ever end. But Larkin and his family are the lucky ones—or so they think . . .
Holed up in their fortified sanctuary, with a maximum capacity of four hundred people, the bunker is pushed to its limits—and so are the people locked inside. Tensions rise. Panic erupts. Outside, armed marauders surround the bunker—and they want in. Larkin must convince the others that if they want to survive, they must work together . . . and kill without mercy.