Five full-length stand-alone books — Five hot heroes — Five girl-next-door stories
The Daddy Trap: Lindsay wanted a baby, Gibb didn’t – and their conflicting stands broke up their fledgling marriage. When Gibb comes back to town as a consultant at the family business, their attraction is just as strong. But Gibb still doesn’t want a child – and Lindsay now has an eight-year-old son. The Daddy Trap was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA contest for best sweet traditional romance of the year.
Invitation to Love: Dillon Archer had already ruined Heidi Cameron’s father’s business and played a large part in his too-early death. Now he seems set on ruining the rest of Heidi’s life – the bed and breakfast business which is all she and her mother had salvaged from the wreckage – and acquiring Heidi herself just for good measure!
O’Hara’s Legacy: Kelly Sheridan is delighted to find that Patrick O’Hara remembered her in his will – until she learns that he has left half of his bookstore to her and half to his nephew, Ross Clayton. Ross makes it plain he thinks Kelly has taken unfair advantage of his uncle, and before long, Kelly begins to wonder if O’Hara’s legacy will end up in murder!
Let Me Count the Ways: Professor Sara Prentiss is not impressed when best-selling author Adam Merrill arrives on the campus of Chandler College to team-teach her creative writing class, and when Adam’s biggest fan – Sara’s elderly housemate, Olivia – invites him to move in, Sara is infuriated. Worse, she’s worried because Adam’s hunt for his next story leads him to probe a mystery in Olivia’s past. Before long, however, Sara starts to wonder if one summer with Adam will be long enough.
Ties that Blind: It isn’t that Abbey Stafford doesn’t want her widowed mother to marry again; she just doesn’t think Janice has made a good choice in Frank Granger, the neighborhood handyman. And she isn’t the only one to think so: Frank’s son Flynn is just as opposed to the match — and to having Abbey in his life. Ties that Blind was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA contest for best sweet traditional romance of the year.