Katie Guthrie has pie magic. Intuition tells her what to bake. Whether it’s a
Goodbye Pie or a Welcome Home Pie, it will turn out perfect and be waiting for
the person who needs it most.
She cherishes her life in the small village of Miracle,
Wisconsin, and has no desire for change. But to help a friend, she agrees to
film a cooking pilot show. Only to realize the filmmaker is the dying boy
Katie used to call her angel when she lived in Chicago with her junkie mother.
Gabe Robbins is no angel, and he’s no boy anymore. Burned out after a three-year stint building a hospital
in Africa, Gabe ignores his demons by living day-to-day and filming wedding
videos. Nothing deep, nothing he has to become invested in. Nothing that will
get under his skin, until…
Watching Katie create her pies from behind his video
camera makes him realize what he’s missing. Thanks to Katie and her pies, Gabe
discovers his passion again. But will it lead him to his heart’s desire…or will
this miracle take him away from Katie forever?
Contemporary romance, Women’s Fiction, romance, cats, small
town, Wisconsin, magical realism, family, family relationships, Miracle
The truth is that life is uncertain.
Meg Quinn hasn’t been to war, but her father has, and it changed their lives for the worse — and for the better. Now she has a sharp tongue and a mind to match ... and she doesn’t trust easily. The best person she knows is losing a fight with death, and Meg is guardian of her friend’s seven-year-old son.
Easy MacLean, the co-guardian, is Meg’s dying friend’s brother. The former Marine has been hibernating in his Colorado mountain home, and Meg lets him know that he needs to be by his sister’s side in Milwaukee now.
Easy is attracted to his sister’s clever friend, but life gets complicated when he gets involved in a search for a missing veteran. After living alone with his rescue dog for so long, Easy and his dog are now sharing a home with a beautiful woman, a boy, and a cat. Even as he watches his sister die a little each day, he’s finding out the truth about life and love ... and murder.
Neurosurgeon and widower Paul Thorpe’s thirteen-year-old
daughter needs help. A genius in the operating room, he’s clueless as a father.
Then he catches a segment on TV about a woman who conducted a successful eight-week
boot camp to help teenage girls find their awesome...
He makes her an offer she can’t refuse...
Psychologist and life coach Bronte McPhee is too busy
building her Finding Your Awesome empire to take time for romance. But she can’t
turn down the money Paul offers. She and her Cavalier King Charles spaniel
travel to the chillier climes of Wisconsin. After all, she’ll be back in
But she’d forgotten that in eight weeks, anything could happen....