High school sweethearts became broken hearts when Reed Ingalls and Tina Violet rip apart at the seams. All grown up and years later, a project for the local school forces them back together.
Neither wants to be there, but as the air is cleared on their past, they find that old familiar chemistry drawing them close. Sliding into their old rhythm shines light on their previous problems.
Reed wants answers and Tina would rather keep the lid tight on her shameful secrets. To mend their hearts, these exes will have to listen to their emotions if they want to find happiness.
Backdrops may not be the only thing getting a touch of glue in this third installment of the Turtle Pine Series.
Until Tom walks in.
Watching his baby sister get married was a gut-punch Tom Lange never saw coming. Now he's forty-three, with no wife, no kids and the realization that life has gotten away from him. When work sends him hundreds of miles away to Apple Trail, Arkansas, he decides to start the Happily Ever After search as soon as he returns home.
Until he meets Carla.
Now he’s wondering if his search is over before it ever began. And she’s thinking that maybe he’s her ace in the hole. But long distance relationships don’t ever work. And being together means one of them has to sacrifice their home, job and friends. Doesn’t it?
Eriksen Sanders got caught up in the moment and found himself married to the wrong person. Divorced and moved home, he’s aiming to get focused and help bring about the new vibe to Happily. Only there’s something about Lanie he can’t figure out. An unexplainable pull and gut feeling that he’s met the woman before. Determined to find out, he does his best to corner her for the truth, but she constantly slips through his fingers.
In the waters of Maiden Lake, they find common ground. There the secrets about more than either of them expect begin to unravel.
His Little Lanie is a small town contemporary romance retelling of the classic fairy tale, The Little Mermaid.
She’ll succeed too, if not for Cade Revlin. While Annie works hard to get out of town, Cade’s showing her reasons to stay—him included. He had a huge crush on Annie in high school, but she’d been unapproachable. Now she’s home he’s aiming to get her to stay, even if he only has a week to do it in.
Kicked-out of her home at seventeen, Flora Simms made her way through the world, found life and family in the form of two best friends. Everything is just the way she likes it. From life to love to relationships, she knows what she wants, how she wants it, and doesn’t care if anyone agrees or not. And what she doesn’t want is someone trying to tie her down with long-term plans.
But Jacob Iverson seems to love the future, somehow knows what she needs, and he’s hitting all the right spots. Can Flora give up her idea of what independence means to let him in?