& Ivey: Christmas in Stilton
What happens when
old friends become new lovers with opposing agendas?
Holly MacDonald rushes to her former hometown
to stop her friend from marrying an unfaithful groom.
Her old buddy, Luke
Ivey, the best man,
tries to prevent her interference.
She's no longer his tomboy pal,
and he's no longer her nerdy sidekick.
They fall for each other despite their different views
regarding the wedding
and the logistics of living four hours apart.
"The Wedding March" fades and Christmas is over,
will they stay together?
Winner of the
prestigious Maggie Award
from Georgia Romance Writers
as an unpublished work.
Trish needs a man--but
only to play Santa for her son.
Sam wants nothing to do with a career-driven woman.
They decide to keep their relationship platonic.
But Santa Claus might have other plans for them.
Scott Matthews had no idea Ginger Winchester was a
teacher when they first met—he
didn't even know her last name. That didn't stop them from sharing
a night of passion.
Scott hoped he'd see Ginger again—just not in his daughter's
Yet, somewhere under that frumpy sweater and chalk dust is the sultry
who's been haunting his dreams.
Smart, sensitive and nurturing, Ginger is everything
But when Ginger discovers she resembles his first wife, she fears
as a replacement mom. She wants a family, but not this way.
She's happy to offer tips on handling rambunctious kids, and even
the Matthews family adopt a big, lovable puppy. But when it comes
to winning her heart,
Scott must prove to her that she's more than just a stand-in—she's
Ross, Joe's business partner from The Fake Fiancee, has
just discovered he's a father--of a four-year-old. His daughter
is grief-stricken and inconsolable after losing her mom. She only
bonds with the new assistant at the daycare, Tara Montgomery. Tara's
raising her three-year-old alone and her ex's parents are suing
for custody of her son. She can't get involved with a man right
now. Then Dylan, ever logical, comes up with a solution. They'll
marry for the children's sakes. But can they keep their relationship
strictly platonic? Should they?
Times Book Reviews awarded The Marriage Solution Four
Stars and calls it "a sweet story of love and parenting."
to have this book accepted for publication because the mom in the
story gives her all for her kids. It's nice every once in a while
to remember the sacrifices moms make, which we sometimes don't even
know about. Of course, the heroine's sacrifice leads her to the
man she'll come to love, but even moms deserve a treat!
Joe Riley needs
to tread carefully with his matchmaking mom until he's reassured
of her recovery from a heart attack. Caterer Lisa Meyer agrees to
pretend to be his fiancée in order to earn money for a special
program for her son. Joe discovers parenting is nothing like heading
up a company. It's way more work! So it'll stay strictly business
for Joe and Lisa--unless love can find a way.
crazy, right? As much as you love your relatives, sometimes you
just want to pull out your hair. This story looks at what it means
to be in a family, in what I hope is an entertaining way. Here's
a little background:
is driven to prove his worth to the powerful Chicago family that
adopted him so long ago. But in order to earn his place, he has
to win control of the family company in a contest with his late
grandfather's illegitimate daughter. Leanne Fairbanks, a savvy competitor
with her own axe to grind, yearns to show the family what they missed
by ignoring her all her life. This "Apprentice"-like showdown
is soon overshadowed by the competitors' interest in another prize-each
RomanticTimes Reviewers Choice Nominee
~ Best First Book