A provisional project manager, a determined business owner, and a house flip that propels them together and exposes past secrets.
Lily Broadbent has always lived in her sister’s shadow. She finally has a chance to shine when her gorgeous boss, Jackson Davenport, tasks her with flipping a house. This is her opportunity to not only snag a promotion as project manager, but also to impress Jackson. Then she’ll have her dream job, her dream man, and her dream life.
Ryan Mills wants nothing more than to run his own successful home remodeling business without his father’s interference. He’s eager to prove himself when Davenport Properties hires him to flip a house—something his fledgling business needs.
When Lily meets the new contractor assigned to her house project, she’s stunned to see her old high school crush—the same guy who was the basketball star, the same guy she kissed on a dare after a game, and, worst of all, the same guy who used to date her larger-than-life sister.
Fortunately, Ryan doesn’t recognize Lily. Seeing this as a stroke of good luck, Lily’s web of deception begins, including a fake boyfriend.
Will Ryan discover who she really is before they finish the project? Will Lily win Jackson’s heart before she loses her own?
Flipping for Love is a heartwarming, second-chance romance about letting go of the past and embracing the present.
There was a storm coming.
Not now, but soon.
Not the kind that involved thunder and lightning.
It was the kind that involved bullets and blood.
Carrigan Briccillio could feel it in her bones.
…. it really is a love story.
The town outcast buys a date with Cowboy Crossing’s own A-List movie star.
Ivory Haines is the daughter of the town’s resident retired prostitute and possibly the town drunk, although her mother wasn’t entirely certain.
She resents her position in the town – and especially resents the teasing she’d been subjected to – and has vowed to show everyone that she is just as good as they are.
She can hardly believe her luck when Chandler Hudson donates a month of his time to the highest bidder at the charity auction to benefit local victims of the recent tornado damage.
Chandler wasn’t sure what he’d been expecting when he’d offered a month of his time to charity. Maybe for a young woman to buy him and make him her one-month temporary boyfriend. Possibly his brothers would buy him and work him to death for a month. Worst case would be some elderly lady purchasing him just to decorate her dinner table with his presence for a few weeks.
It never occurred to him that Ivory Haines would buy him and drag him out to her run-down, ramshackle, snake-infested bunkhouse for a month of labor on her dirt-poor farm.
But as he gets to know her and sees beyond the reputation the town has given her- undeserved – he changes his focus from one of enduring to one of ensnaring.
Can they put the past behind them and step into a bright new future…together?
A divorced reporter on a remote assignment. An alluring cattleman who captures her heart…
City dwelling Maggie Donovan is trying her best to let go of her resentment after her high-profile politician husband of thirty-five years left her for a much younger woman. Her focus now is her job as a reporter for the Country Women’s Magazine, her two adult children, and her church.
She doesn’t care that her ex-husband now has a child who could be his grandchild.
No. It doesn’t worry her at all.
Frank Goddard has never considered moving on after his beautiful wife, Esther, was killed in a freak accident six years earlier. His family, who live with him on Goddard Downs, a cattle station in northern Australia, plus his faith, are what he lives for now.
But he’s lonely. He just doesn’t know it.
When Maggie is sent to the remote, mysterious Kimberley area to write about women living on isolated cattle stations, she jumps at the chance. A change is as good as a holiday, so they say.
Never did she expect to fall for the tall, handsome Frank Goddard of Goddard Downs.
But how can a relationship work when they live so far apart?
When the road is slow and dangerous.
When their lives are complicated.
And besides, how do you date when you’re going on sixty?