Cher Crawford started her wedding planner business right out of college with every penny she’d scrimped and saved and now she was finally on her way to the top- the rich and famous. Her new client could put her there. But this was the biggest job of her career, she would have to pull out everything she had to accomplish the wedding of the century. Which meant she really didn’t have time for him.
Christian Abbott was frustrated that his college degree was being wasted because his father refused to make any changes and expand the family Orchard. He had a plan, a good sound plan and wanted to see It through. He wanted to save the Orchard that had been in his family for seventy-five years. To do this things needed to change…but She definitely wasn’t the change he had in mind.
Can they set aside their ambition in time to see what is right in front of them?
Can love strike twice?
Web designer and single mom Kim Dawson has been struck by love before. It left her widowed and struggling to provide for her daughter Zoey. Eight years later, she’s too busy providing everything she can for Zoey. Everything that is, except for a father, and Zoey knows just who that should be.
Knox Taylor has begrudgingly returned home to the Orchard and has no plans to stay. Teaching horse riding lessons is something to pass the time until he can return to the rodeo. When he meets Kim, he can’t deny the sparks, or the fact that Zoey’s got him wrapped around her little finger.
Kim refuses to acknowledge the sparks flying when she’s around Knox. After all he’s not sticking around, and it’s not just her heart on the line, it’s Zoey’s too.
Can Kim risk being struck by love a second time when she knows he’s leaving?
Her first rule for a picture-perfect romance: Don’t fall for your best friend’s brother.
For most of her life, Aspen has hidden her feelings for the striking firefighter who is the older brother of her best friend. But when she quits her job to pursue photography full-time, she’s certain that getting away from her beach town is the answer for moving on with her heart.
It’s the perfect plan until her beloved great-aunt dies, leaving Aspen a beautiful inn on the beach. To complicate things, Matt has been living there in return for being the resident security guard and handyman. Moving in was not part of Aspen’s plan, but she’s left with no choice.
Despite her best efforts, she can’t get away from Matt, but there’s no way she’d risk her friendship with him to reveal her true feelings.
It’s only when he offers to help her win a photography competition will she consider breaking her first rule of love. But she’s not sure she wants to take a chance with her heart.
Matt has always been tough under pressure. So why did he have a soft spot for Aspen? Despite his attempts to avoid her, their two worlds collide when Aspen inherits the inn. Now, he’s not only living down the hall from her, he’s bumping into her at every turn. In the hallway. At breakfast. In the middle of the night. It’s enough to make his defenses crumble. But is he brave enough to confess his feelings and compete for her love?
Helping her sell the inn and pursue her dream would be the perfect gift for Aspen. Except now that he’s near her, he doesn’t want to let her go.
The Inn at Wild Harbor combines forced proximity, a romance between best friends, and a tough but tender hero to give you a sweet romance story with a happily ever after.
Brooklyn and Barry are back. After two years of marriage, they’re about to welcome their first child into the family. Even with a bundle of joy on the way, all isn’t going so well in the Carter household. Brooklyn is suffering from antepartum depression and no matter how happy Barry and others try to make her, she’s sinking deeper and deeper into a pit of darkness. Barry’s been hanging around with a new potential client – Diamond Richardson – an Olympic swimmer who doesn’t seem to care that Barry’s married. Brooklyn’s mother was released from prison a year ago on good behavior – now, she wants to move in with Brooklyn and Barry doesn’t seem to think it’s an issue, which causes another rift in their marriage. But when the police show up at the door causing Brooklyn to go into labor early, will Barry still think she’s worthy of another chance? Can Brooklyn handle the new set of demons that have emerged along with the joys of motherhood? Or will she succumb to the pressure that’s trying to take her out?