Jake Alexander knows Molly is off-limits. Man, does he ever know. But when he agreed to show her around town as a favor to a friend, he never expected her to be quite so incredible. Gorgeous. Unforgettable. And his total inability to think of anything but her is going to be trouble with a capital T. Molly, bless her heart, is interviewing with his dad’s law firm—and if his guess is right, she’s a shoo-in. And Jake…well, he’s sort of engaged. God help him, he probably should have mentioned that right from the beginning.
Why does Molly have to fall for the one man in creation she shouldn’t want? And can she make a life for herself in this new place without him? Wait and see.
Owen Hargreave is feeling restless with his life running a nature preserve in Africa. He’s far from his New Zealand home, and tired of being alone. The solution, though, is anything but simple. He’s no detective, and he’s no rogue – but he’ll have to learn to be a little of both if he’s going to get what he wants: his lovely American housekeeper.
There is danger all around them as the couple tries to unravel who might be killing off a rare animal in Owen’s park. If they can do that, they just might be able to find their way into each other’s hearts, and to make themselves a home.
George Hughes never minded being the spare heir – at least, he didn’t mind until his brother and father almost got themselves killed six months ago. He might be brawny and good at fixing things, but without his older brother’s charm or cleverness, what good is he? Then George meets a woman whose problems he can actually fix, and he knows he can’t just walk away. Not when she might hold the key to his brother’s recovery, and especially not when she looks and acts like his dream come true. As luck would have it, George seems to be exactly the right man for this job.
Poppy Whitlock can usually take care of herself, but these days she’s got problems on top of problems: a less-than considerate roommate, a petty faculty advisor determined to sink her career hopes, and a looming health issue making everything else feel perilous. But then a gorgeous British man with a knack for saving the day barrels into her life, offering not only his help, but his heart – and going it alone doesn’t look nearly as inviting. When Poppy saddled him with the nickname Burning Love, she never could have guessed how accurate it would turn out to be.
If you loved Finding Love, then you know…you just have to learn what happens when George and Poppy get LOST IN LOVE.
Includes the bonus short story LUCKY IN LOVE!
Two men, two bars, and one very big secret – Charlie Hughes is about to find his perfect match, and it’s going to change everything.
But Edward Hughes, current Viscount Shurso and heir to the Earl of Westbroke, knows a good thing when he sees it, and he’s been seeing Meg across the room for months. When he finally makes her acquaintance, he’s not about to give her up.
It all seems too good to be true, Meg thinks. And her worst fears are confirmed when Edward disappears from her life suddenly and without a trace, only a few months after they meet.
He said he’d never leave her, so what’s become of him? And will they find the courage to move forward, even after Meg discovers the truth?
Characters you know and love from books 1 through 2.5 are converging on the Hughes family estate in England to celebrate the holidays together - and there is definitely something special in the Christmas punch.
Prepare to laugh and love all over again as the handsome Hughes men navigate marriage and family life...and get a few more presents than they were expecting.
(To fully enjoy this fifty-page short story, the author recommends reading it after "Finding Love" and "Lost in Love".)