Fall in love with the wild, passionate, scandalous men, and the strong, confident women of this big family as they find lasting love in the quaint small town of Crown Creek. Each book is connected or can be read as a standalone.
She’s my best friend.
And she’s pregnant with my worst enemy’s baby.
I’ve always loved Claire King, and it’s always been my biggest secret. We are better as friends. We’ve always said this. And I try to believe it.
But now she’s pregnant from a one-night stand with the biggest a**h*le in town.
She needs me now. As a friend.
That’s it. That’s all.
No kissing, no cuddling, no getting emotional at sonograms. No killing the guy who knocked her up. It’s not my baby...but damn, I wish it was.
The more she needs me, the harder I fall.
But I can never let her know my true feelings, or I’ll lose her forever.
I’ll get her through this if it’s the last thing I do. And I will NOT let my secret slip. Ever. Or else.
CROWN CREEK is one big series about one special small town, following the lives and loves of interconnected families and friends. The same characters show up in multiple books and each book can be read as a standalone. Or they can be read in the following order for one long series.
Sweet Crazy Song - Jonah’s story (FREE)
Lost Perfect Kiss - Gabe’s story
Soft Wild Ache - Beau’s story
His Secret Heart - Finn’s story
Now And Always - Claire's story
CROWN CREEK STANDALONES:
Last Good Man - Willa and Cooper’s story
About the author
Theresa Leigh is a romance author whose love of reading is so intense, she sometimes injures herself by walking around with her nose in a book. She loves writing stories that have you feeling every emotion... sometimes all on the same page.
Theresa lives and writes in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State (not the city) (that distinction is important to her), where she lives with her twin sons and twin orange cats, Pumpkin and Jackie O'Lantern. When she's not writing or reading, she enjoys eating too much Thai food, walking around barefoot, and cooing baby talk at her cats.