Who knew the key to happiness was in a small Texas town?
When Rebecca Parsons’s new assignment brings her to Steam, Texas to cover the anniversary of an unsolved missing person’s story, she’s more than up to the task. She’s never been to Texas before. When Rebecca meets Kyle Huntsman, the great-grandson of the victims, something about him draws her in.
Kyle is carrying on the family tradition of law enforcement. When he’s asked to show the out-of-town reporter around, he’s happy to do it. There’s not much excitement in Steam. But when he meets Rebecca at the diner to go over some details about his great grandparents’ sudden and very mysterious disappearance, he invites her to stay awhile. Something about this big-city girl intrigues him. Soon Becca and Kyle find themselves enthralled in a slow-burning love connection neither of them saw coming.
Can this big-city girl give up sushi, nightlife, and possibly her dynamic career as a reporter to make things work with Kyle? Or can she convince this small-town guy to move and give up the laid-back charm of Steam, while also leaving his family behind? Or will this love connection go up in smoke?
This is a small-town, sweet stand-alone romance, and book one of Romance Across State Lines Series. Look for Kansas Kissed, California Crush, and Oregon Obsession releasing soon!More info →
Sometimes you have to break out of your comfort zone, learn new things, discover new places—find love where you’d least expect it.
Something about cowboys’ barrel racing elevated her heartbeat just a touch not to mention looking forward to a little space after a bad breakup. Lucille Carmichael never won anything in her life so when she was notified she held the winning ticket for an all-expenses paid trip to Kansas, she packed her bags and made the journey to Dodge City.
When the hotel she’s staying at catches fire, Lucille meets handsome firefighter Samuel Lyons. He’s not a cowboy, but he quickens her heart just the same.
Samuel can’t help notice the cute young lady with the sexy legs swaddled in an oversized sweater wandering around the parking lot in a daze after the fire. After all the danger has been cleared and she can go back to her room he figures that will be the last time he ever sees her. So when their paths cross again sparks fly, but this time, there’s no danger of fire, just a strong desire to see where things go.
Will these two be able to keep the flames burning despite the long distance relationship, or will their attempt at love smolder to a pile of ashes?
This is book 2 of the stand-alone series Romance Across State Lines.
Look for book 3, California Crush out soon.More info →
Will an ex-wife and a spoiled teenager ruin any chance of happiness for Breanna and Calvin?
Breanna Murphy has been planning her wedding for years so when her fiancé runs off with a hula dancer, she is forced to realize her destination wedding is nothing more than an exotic vacation for one.
Trying to escape the embarrassment and disappointment of being jilted at the altar, Breanna answers an ad for a job clear across the country. When the voice on the other end offers her the job, she’s excited about what awaits her in California.
Builder Calvin Comstock must make right on his daughter’s mistake regarding the nationwide advertisement and hiring of Breanna. He doesn’t know what to expect, but when Breanna walks into his office with her infectious smile, peaches and cream complexion not to mention her sexy southern drawl, Calvin is happy for his daughter’s error.
Breanna is drawn to Calvin’s mature movie star good looks, charming personality, soft voice, and strong hands. She’s trying to stay focused on the job and not the overwhelming lure she feels pulling her in to test the waters. But when the two realize the attraction is mutual they throw caution to the wind and give in to the undeniable desire to be together.
Can an ex-wife and a teenage daughter spoil their happiness or will it make them stronger than ever?More info →
Maggie Regan has been through one of the most horrendous events in United States history. Even moving as far away from the aftermath hasn’t made that day fade from her memory. Nothing will ever ease the pain of losing Richard.
Trey Simmons needs a distraction from city life in San Francisco and heads to beautiful Oregon. He paints to help cope with the tragic events that took his sweetheart from him. It helps some.
During one of his painting sessions at a small park, he meets Maggie. Her warm smile, soft-spoken words, and her hospitality pull him in, but she’s a lot older than him. He brushes it off as just a silly feeling.
Maggie can’t hide the attraction she feels when she’s around Trey. The soft, yet daring hold he has on her heart alarms her. He’s so much younger than her.
Can these two put aside the numbers and embrace their unwavering desire to be together or will the tragic events of the past keep them apart?More info →