About Love Series
*All books in this series can be read as a standalone*
TRUTH ABOUT MEN & DOGS
A commitment-phobic billionaire tries to help his awkward cousin win the girl of his dreams and accidentally falls in love with her himself.
This wasn’t supposed to happen. Especially to a guy like me.
After complaining that I work too much, my mom and sister have stolen my phone and tricked me into a vacation. They insist I’m going to enjoy this charming small town. My cousin Doug lives here—as if that doesn’t tell me everything I need to know about Truth Harbor.
Don’t get me wrong, I love my cousin. We grew up together, and he’s basically like a brother.
At least he’s finally asked Claire, the woman he’s infatuated with, to go on a date with him. He tells me he’s in love with her. The guy sees wedding bells in their future.
But then Doug gets called away on an emergency and comes up with a crazy plan. He thinks I should take Claire out instead. He wants me to build him up, to tell her what a great guy he is, to help him win her heart.
I tell him it’s the dumbest idea ever. Claire detests me, so I’m the last person he wants vouching for him.
I never should have agreed to it.
Because now I’m falling for the one woman I’m not supposed to.
TRUTH ABOUT CATS & SPINSTERS
When rock star Joshua Trevant shows up at Leah’s door to escape the paparazzi nightmare at his house… little does he know she caused it.
Leah Kelly is finally living the life of her dreams. After leaving the world of high finance, she bought a small farm and raises alpacas, llamas, and even has her own rooster. Not to mention the seven barn cats.
Living out in the boonies, she never expected to meet a rock star. But Joshua Trevant, the sexy lead singer for East Echo, knows how to make an entrance. His life is big and messy, and all the things Leah doesn’t want.
When news gets out that his band is splitting up, it becomes a three-ring circus. The paparazzi circle his home like vultures.
Josh and his eleven-year-old son manage to escape and wind up on Leah’s doorstep desperate for help.
All they need is a place to lie low until the chaos dies down…
He’s the beauty. She’s the beast.
Theodora Stewart, Occupation: Bee Biologist
That’s it. I’ve had enough. My new neighbor has been sending threatening letters for months and is now suing me. He’s trying to force me to remove the beehives from my backyard. (What kind of jerk doesn’t understand how important bees are?)
It turns out he’s some famous quarterback named Gabriel “Beauty” Bardales. (Why do jocks give each other dumb nicknames?) He wants my beehives removed because he claims the bees are interfering with his guesthouse swimming pool.
Well, guess what? My bees were here long before his guesthouse swimming pool. (Who needs a guesthouse swimming pool anyway? Talk about overprivileged.)
I’ve tried contacting him, but he’s ignored all my efforts. So now I’ve taken matters into my own hands.
Gabriel “Beauty” Bardales, Occupation: NFL Quarterback
Help! Some kooky woman has chained herself to my house, and I can’t get rid of her!
Sweet Life in Seattle Series
*All Books can be read as a Standalone*
YEAR OF LIVING BLONDE
He’s leaving her for another woman. Could it get any worse? The mistress is thirteen years older.
Bakery owner Natalie is shocked when, on their fourteenth wedding anniversary, her husband announces he’s leaving her for another woman. She can barely believe it’s happening.
Humiliated and angry doesn’t quite sum it up. She stays strong for her daughter, but it isn’t easy. Enter her wild sister and pragmatic business partner. The two of them convince Natalie to do a makeover, and in a crazy move, she changes her mousy dull hair to a brilliant blonde.
Meanwhile, she’s trying to expand her Seattle bakery but runs into an obstacle with her annoyingly handsome landlord.
Women usually love astronomer Anthony Novello. The one exception is his new tenant, Natalie. He’s never met a woman more difficult. But when Anthony returns from a telescope observing run, he observes something that’s not celestial. An attraction between him and Natalie.
Sparks fly as he convinces her to go out with him. She has her doubts. Lots of them. But to their surprise, the relationship grows deeper than either of them expects.
When her husband realizes the giant mistake he made and comes crawling back, Natalie has to choose.
Is her year of living blonde over? Or is this the start of a new and much sweeter life.
Warning: Contains one hot astrophysicist, a curvaceous and stubborn heroine, steamy sex scenes, a villainous ex-husband, his crazy cougar mistress, and the story of how when opposites attract they sometimes—against all odds—fall in love.
RETURN OF THE JERK
After five years without a word, her husband has finally decided to come home.
Wedding cake baker Blair Thomas loves her life. Her business is thriving, her Seattle condo has a great view of the water, and her refurbished ‘65 convertible Mustang “Isadora” is the coolest car ever. She barely even thinks about that jerk she married five years ago. The one who abandoned her after four months of marriage. The one who left a note on her pillow saying, “See you later, babe.”
Seriously, who does that?
So what if she was once obsessively in love with him. He’s her best friend’s older brother and for years he barely even knew she was alive. He never loved her, and he only married her because of a drunken mistake. At least she’s over him.
Definitely over him.
The only problem is Blair never got around to divorcing him so technically they’re still married. And after five years of traveling the world—Nathan “Road” Church—has finally decided to come home. He arrived on Blair’s doorstep this morning, and now he’s in her bathroom taking a shower. The nerve of him! Oh, and did I mention he’s still hot? Blair doesn’t know what to do.
The jerk has returned.
Warning: Contains one sexy jerk, humorous situations, a heroine with obsessive compulsive disorder, cussing and swearing, steamy love scenes, and references to a part of the male anatomy that doesn’t crow like a rooster – but certainly rises in the early morning.
A free-spirited artist and a surgeon have an ill-fated one-night stand. Now he needs a fake wife. Guess who he asks?
Artist Lindsay West is more than satisfied with her life. She enjoys men, but she enjoys her freedom even more. Why would she marry again? Marriage is like agreeing to eat the same boring meal for the rest of your life.
Giovanni Novello isn’t like other plastic surgeons. While his colleagues are getting rich doing facelifts and boob jobs, he’s traveling to the most dangerous places in the world helping needy children. Some people even call him a saint.
Lindsay would call him something far less flattering. After a doomed one-night stand, she hopes she never sees “the saint” again.
Except to her astonishment, Giovanni shows up on her doorstep one evening and tells her he needs a wife.
Too bad. He can ask someone else.
But after she’s robbed and all her savings are stolen, she finds herself desperate.
Maybe even desperate enough to marry the saint.
Warning: Contains one insufferable surgeon who’s sexy as hell, a heroine who plays poker and curses too much, steamy nights in Berlin, …and a love story between two people who help each other heal from their difficult pasts.
OBJECT OF MY ADDICTION
High school is over, but her grudge against him isn’t.
Three things Tori Church loves:
1. Her dogs (a.k.a. “the boys”)
2. ’80s hair bands
3. Dr. Adrian Grant
As you can see, Liam Castillo is not on this list. He never will be either.
He’s the loser who humiliated her in high school. Embarrassing her in front of everyone while he and his jock buddies laughed.
Dr. Adrian Grant, the new vet at the animal hospital, is handsome and kind. The perfect man. Tori’s tired of dating losers. Tired of dead-end relationships. She’s determined to find her special person and is convinced Dr. Adrian is The One.
But then Liam hires her as his pet sitter, and the trouble starts.
Who would have guessed he’s an FBI agent? Or has these warm brown eyes and sensual lips. This strong muscular body. He used to play professional baseball.
Plus, it turns out Liam is sort of nice. A lot nicer than she remembers.
Is she really falling for the horrible guy she’s held a grudge against all these years?
Warning: Contains one broodingly handsome FBI agent, one over-scheduled heroine, a furball named Miss Fancy Pants, steamy sex scenes, …and the story of a boy who once had a crush on a girl and asked her to a high school dance.
TOO MUCH LIKE LOVE
Sometimes one night is all it takes…
Brody doesn’t think much of the good-looking older blonde who’s dropped her car off at his garage. It’s pretty obvious she’s a hot mess. He’s had rude customers before, but she’s going for the gold medal.
When her car is ready, he discovers he can’t get her on the phone. But then as he’s closing shop for the night, she shows up plastered drunk.
Brody doesn’t know what to do. He’d like to send her away in an Uber, but she’s refusing to leave. There’s no chance he’s letting her drive her car, and she can’t stay at the garage.
Out of desperation, he brings her home with him.
That turns out to be a big mistake…
Warning: Contains one hot genius auto mechanic, a corporate climbing heroine whose life breaks down, one villainous ex-boyfriend, one non-villainous ex-girlfriend, steamy sex scenes, and the story of two people who accidentally fall in love while trying to get over their broken hearts.
FIRE DOWN BELOW
When the wrong guy…
Running into an old boyfriend is bad enough, but why does it always happen when you look your worst?
Kate Alexander is wearing gray sweats, no makeup, and feels as glamorous as a pile of dirty laundry when she runs into her hunky ex, Ben Mathews
Ben is the only man who’s ever asked her to marry him. And now still single, and closing in on her thirty-fifth birthday, Kate suspects her shelf life is nearing its expiration date. Though Ben once broke her heart she’s convinced fate has brought them together for a second chance at love.
Asks the right question…
The problem is Declan O’Connor, a sexy Irishman. Kate considers him a friend—except she’s been having some very un-friend like thoughts about him. They shared a hot kiss one night before Ben reentered her life, and now she can’t stop thinking about it. Despite the attraction with Ben, Kate is remembering her old resentments of him all too well. But then Ben asks her to marry him again and her second chance has finally arrived. Is this what she really wants though?
What do you do?
From Seattle to Dublin, from the old to the new, Kate is caught between playing it safe or playing with fire.
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