A woman with a tarnished reputation, a new Pastor trying to bring a church into the 21st century, and a congregation resistant to change. What could possibly go wrong?
Maggie Greene has a tarnished reputation at Grace Community Church. If not for the loyalty of her few friends, Maggie would not have the courage to come back week after week. Church gossips, Sylvia Canon and her friends, have done their best to try to alienate Maggie. When the new Associate Pastor, Tyler Hawkins, befriends Maggie, Sylvia has a new target. It doesn’t help that Pastor Lawrence hired Tyler to stir things up at Grace Community and bring it into the 21st century, potentially changing the church culture.
As Maggie and Tyler grow closer, Sylvia and her friends push against them and feel threatened by the changes that Tyler wants to bring to Grace Community Church.
Maggie and Tyler are going to need a lot of kindness and grace to convince Sylvia that they want the best for Grace Community and its parishioners. And they just may change a few lives along the way including their own.
An attending nurse becomes the object of a man’s affection after his grandmother informs him that he must be married to inherit the family fortune.
Grace Kearny loves being an attending nurse at Magnolia Gardens. Her strong work ethic and strength of moral character makes her one of Magnolia Garden’s most trusted employees. She treats her elderly residents like family, including her favorite resident, Elena Russo. Elena thinks Grace would be a perfect match for her successful and handsome grandson, Dante. But Grace has no interest in breaking company policy over a man. When Elena tells Dante that he must be married to receive the family inheritance, Elena also tells him that Grace is the one for him. Will the wishes of a kind, elderly woman be enough to convince Grace to walk away from her professional relationship and pursue a romantic one with Dante? If Elena can convince Grace that Dante has a good heart and good intentions, then Grace Kearny might find happiness she never knew possible.
Her Past Remains is a contemporary light romance about coming to terms with your past before you can move forward.
Can changing your destiny be as simple as changing your name? Celeste Favreau believes it is.
Born into a life of poverty to a woman who she hardly thought of as a real mother, Pepper Jackson was a runaway at sixteen. She was taken in by a café owner and his son, who helped her get an education and gain her independence. When a potential employer said she wouldn’t get anywhere with a name like Pepper, she reinvented herself. So was born winery heiress and socialite Celeste Favreau. Now, fifteen years later, Celeste Favreau is torn between two worlds: the life where she’s a successful art director dating the influential, Kade Hayward and the world of Bayside Heights that she’s kept secret from everyone, until her childhood friend, Kevin Young, comes back to remind her that maybe she’s been running for too long.
If she goes back to her roots, she could make a real difference in her community. But if she stays with Kade he would give her the world. Her decision will change everything she ever thought she wanted.
Love at Crystal Lake is a contemporary romance about finding love where you never knew it existed.
Not all romances begin with a fairy tale. Some begin with a self-help book and a jam-stained tank top. Audra Carter is a practical woman. Falling in love with a man with no direction, like Ethan Lockwood, would take her out of her comfort zone, and she’s not sure she’s ready to invite change into her predictable life. When she finds out that he is the son of the loud-talking, cigar-smoking, owner of the Either-Or-Bookstore located below her apartment on Crystal Lake, she is sure that Ethan is not the man for her…until he asks her out on a date. He’s actually charming, good-looking, and everything his obnoxious father isn’t. But he’s on his way out of town to start a new job, and he wants to close his father’s bookstore, which is a cultural fixture of her small community.
When Ethan moves, she turns her attention to saving the bookstore in hopes of preserving her community. The Either-Or-Bookstore begins to thrive, despite Ethan’s efforts to close it.
He unexpectedly loses his dream job and comes back home to a thriving bookstore. While away, he’s realized that Audra is the perfect woman to settle down with but must convince her that he isn’t leaving again.
If she can learn that change could be good and meet him in the middle, they could make a wonderful life together. But agreeing on a place to get married could be a sticking point, until Audra gets a brilliant idea: get married in the Either-Or-Bookstore.
Love at Crystal Lake is the story of how change can bring about a new and exciting adventure if you just lean into it.
Chasing the Wind is a Women’s Fiction Novel that will have you rooting for Kasey as her friends try to break through the walls she’s built around herself.
When Kasey Hunter’s life is turned upside down, the woman that annoys her most, Willow, is the only one who won’t give up on her.
Kasey has lived a lifetime, and she’s only 25 years old. She’s been a caregiver to her mother, she’s never known her father, and the only friends she has left are her customers at the Rusty Anchor and her co-worker at Summer’s Coffee Shop.
When she discovers a past she never knew existed, she must decide if she can let go of her bitterness and embrace a future she never thought she deserved.
Hope for Haley is an uplifting Women’s Fiction Novel that centers around three generations of women that need each other more than they realize.
When Haley and her mother, Mara, move to Helen’s quiet neighborhood, life for all three women will never be the same.
Fourteen-year-old Haley has lost hope that her mother will ever be the doting mother she’s dreamed of having. Mara simply doesn’t have it in her. But Helen is different than any adult Haley has ever met. She’s kind and caring and seems to enjoy spending time with Haley. Helen’s garage is filled with rusted and broken treasures, and she begins teaching Haley how to re-purpose things others would have thrown away. Helen’s motto is that everything can be fixed, including people.
But she’s put to the test when Mara and Haley bring their dysfunctional soap opera to her for repair. Find out if Helen is ready for the biggest restoration project she’s ever had, or if some repairs are even too big for her to fix.