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WEDDING BANDS: A terrible misunderstanding separates high school sweethearts. Years later they meet again, and Jo finds her fledgling plans—and her heart—at risk once more.
HOOKED: When Sam meets the daughter she gave up for adoption and starts to fall for the girl’s adoptive dad, every part of her screams, run. A romance between them would be too weird, wouldn’t it?
SPOONS: There’s an extreme heat wave at River’s Sigh B & B, but things have never been colder between Noelle and her husband Cade. Can shattered love ever be restored?
HOOK, LINE & SINKER: Brian and Katelyn fall for each other hook, line and sinker—but real life isn’t a fairy tale. If they can’t solve the increasingly dangerous threat posed by Katelyn’s ex, they won’t get a chance to pick up the pieces from their pasts or to find out if true love is real.
If you’re a fan of heartwarming small-town contemporary romance, sister stories, second chances, and furry dog friends, you’ll fall in love with River’s Sigh B & B and never want to leave!
About the author
Ev Bishop is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling author, who believes in the power of fiction to transform lives. We both lose ourselves—and find ourselves!—in good stories. The best of them entertain, making us laugh, cry, rage, and/or happy sigh, but also reflect something emotionally true and provide insight into human experience. Best known for her contemporary small-town romance series, River’s Sigh B & B, Ev is also a long-time columnist with the Terrace Standard newspaper and a prolific scribbler of . . . other things. Her articles, essays, short stories, and poems appear in a variety of publications, and she also writes under the pen name Toni Sheridan.
When Ev’s nose isn’t in a book or her fingers aren’t on her keyboard, you’ll find her with her family and dogs, or playing outside with friends, usually at the lake or in some garden somewhere. . . .