The first three standalone books in the Applebottom series is now available in one boxed set!
· A nice relaxing weekend read that will warm your heart, feed your soul. ~ I Dig Good Books
· Full of spunk and small town wit. ~ Incidentally Book Blog
BOOK ONE: THE SWEETEST MATCH: A SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE
She hid secret messages in frosting, thinking no one would notice.
When Sandy Miller emerges from her shack on the edge of town after eighteen years in isolation, she finds a job decorating cakes for a little shop on Town Square.
But then everyone starts spotting secret words of love and longing on her cakes.
Andrew McCallister is the first to admit that he never got over Sandy when she dropped out of high school and disappeared. But now she’s back.
He just has to get the guts to talk to her.
When the town summons the pair to plan the school’s centennial bash, Andrew and Sandy discover they are the only two members of the committee. As they attempt to rekindle the long-lost flame, Sandy realizes her messages must have been seen by the town.
And love is even sweeter the second time around.
BOOK TWO: THE PERFECT DISASTER: A PUPTASTIC ROMANTIC COMEDY
Her giant pup drags her across town, right into the arms of the football coach.
Ginny Page arrives in Applebottom with a problem -- a Great Dane she rescued three days before her big move.
An untrained Great Dane that outweighs her by twenty pounds.
When Roscoe trashes the doggie bakery on Town Square, the locals send their strong, single football coach to help Ginny tame her new addition.
Carter McBride is a favored son despite his team’s losing tradition. He got his heart broken on national television, and he’s content to hide in Applebottom and underachieve himself into oblivion.
Until Ginny. Her devotion to her students and this wild, crazy dog inspire him to be a better man. With the town’s encouragement, Ginny and Carter learn that sometimes life’s biggest setbacks can turn a disaster into the perfect match.
BOOK THREE: THE IRRESISTIBLE SPARK: A FIREFIGHTER ROMANCE
She started the blaze. The firefighter fanned the flame.
When Lorelei decides she's over that guy who ditched her a year ago, she dumps all the clothes, stuffed animals, notes, and mementos from the relationship on her front lawn. Then, she sets the pile ablaze.
It feels great.
Until it catches the grass on fire, too.
Then the neighbors show up.
And, of course, the volunteer fire department is called.
Micah arrives on the scene and handily douses the blaze. But the fire he puts out sparks a new one in his heart when he realizes this feisty woman with a zeal for life might be exactly what he's been looking for.