What happens on dateless Friday nights when Candice and all her roommates are artists? They paint the walls, cabinets, stairs… The man who dares to enter the Art House may just fall head in love with more than the quirky house. Follow Candace and her roommates on their adventures.
The fence that brought them together now keeps them apart.
All Mandy wanted was a couple of photos. Instead, she has a broken foot, a bodyguard, and a crush on one of the most eligible businessmen in the country. Memories of a summer long past complicate her resolve to forget about her handsome childhood friend Danny.
Daniel Crawford isn’t sure what to do with his grandfather’s Indiana estate and is tired of high-pressure tactics from potential buyers. When he discovers a woman scaling the fence camera in hand, he determines to keep her off his land. He is surprised to discover his trespasser is the little girl who climbed the fence two decades ago to become his friend.
Struggling to find common ground, neither one can deny growing attraction. But with the paparazzi following every move and bloggers anxiously spreading rumors, can Daniel and Mandy mend the fences that have come between them?
Mending Fences won 2018 Recommend Read/Bronze Quill Award in the League of Utah Writers writing contest in the Adult Fiction category.
One shattered window. Two bruised hearts. And twelve days until Christmas.
Tessa Doyle’s semester in Europe left her a much wiser woman. But then she takes a job referral from her ex-boyfriend, and agrees to repair the stained-glass window, the last work she will need for her MFA. With a two-week deadline, she will have no time for anything else, especially men.
Sean Cavanagh’s Christmas season has lost all its cheer. Nothing has gone according to his plans for Christmas since the drone broke the window. Now organ pipes are missing, and a blizzard is threatening to cancel what could be Granda’s last sermon.
With a little magic and a lot of snow, Tessa and Sean work together to repair not just a window, but also their hearts.
One week in a Haitian orphanage changes Araceli’s world and her heart.
Araceli is searching for a way to make a difference. When an opportunity to volunteer on a service trip to a Haitian orphanage comes her way, she will do anything to go, including facing her childhood nemesis.
Kyle followed his mother’s footsteps and oversees the charity arm of the family’s multibillion-dollar empire. Now if he could only find a wife who shares his passion for giving not only money but time. A twist of fate sends him to Haiti to supervise a group of volunteers.
After Araceli accidentally puts herself in danger, she and Kyle must pretend to be in a relationship to keep her safe. As her walls come down, she finds herself opening her heart to the orphans … and to Kyle.
Posing as the billionaire’s fiancée can’t be more dangerous than her bodyguard day job.
Abbie Hastings has taken down men twice her size and guarded America’s most famous. Taking a job to guard a billionaire’s fiancée is nothing new until the prospective groom gets jilted, again.
#Prestoned is trending as the newest term for being dumped and Preston Harmon is not amused. After losing several girlfriends to a stalker, he is desperate to salvage his reputation and life. Seeing how well Abbie works undercover gives him a plan to end the misery.
Masquerading as Preston’s fiancée is all part of catching the stalker. Abbie can guard the man, but can she guard her heart?
City boy seeks small town romance with country girl chasing big city dreams.
An unexpected internship takes graphic designer Zoe Wilson to New York City. Experience has taught her that pouring her heart into her work is better than pinning her dreams on a man. Especially one her Art House friends think she should like.
Nick has everything he could ever want, except a wife. Most of the socialites he knows are more interested in what his money can do for them, than the good it could do for the world. Down to earth Zoe isn’t interested in him or his billions and puts him in the friend zone. Too bad Nick can’t stop thinking about her.
Lost in the City, Zoe is forced to turn to the one person she wants to avoid, Nick. As their friendship grows, they both learn lessons in trust. A #MeToo incident from her past tests their relationship. Can love be more than just words?
Candace’s ten-year plan has two flaws, year eleven and Colin.
Everyone who meets Candace wearing one of her colorful wigs knows she is a cancer survivor. Determined to live life to the fullest, her accomplishments range from painting murals to convincing students on campus to give up drinking. Few people know the secret to her success includes a detailed ten-year plan and a bucket list full of check marks. Candace never dreamed she’d make it to year eleven.
Computer expert Colin Ogilvie can navigate the most difficult codes. While his friends were chasing girls, he was hacking past firewalls and developing billion-dollar apps. He never felt he was missing out until he met Candace. After five hundred and twelve days in the friend zone, he wonders if he can ever crack the code to the wall protecting her heart. What science can’t solve, art can. Their relationship changes when a meddling friend commissions Candace to help restore an antique merry-go-round.
As Candace brings new life to the old merry-go-round, she discovers her own life can have a different path than she planned. But is she brave enough to not only reveal her biggest secrets to Colin but brave a chance on her own happily ever after?