♥ Sweet romance with lots of chemistry and a little magic. ♥
Keira’s lucky her kitchen doesn’t explode when magical things start to happen. Good thing the new guy in town is a fireworks pyrotechnician.
If only baker Keira Covington had an ounce of her family’s legendary magic. Desperate to prove she should inherit the Sweet Memories Café when her aunt retires, Keira is pretty sure that burning half the customers’ orders and mixing up the rest is a terrible recipe for a successful business. It doesn’t help when a handsome biker rides into town, distracting her from her work.
On his bucket-list vacation through New England, pyrotechnician Brant Whitbeck can’t seem to leave Hawthorne. Literally. The town won’t let him go. Not that he’s going to complain when it offers him a job, sweet treats, and a woman who makes sparks fly between them.
When Keira stumbles upon an ancestor’s special scone recipe and the unexpected starts to happen, someone double-crosses her and it has to be him. Will their burgeoning romance explode like a firecracker lit too soon or will the chemistry between them fizzle and fade?
Mix one overworked man, add one misguided woman, sprinkle with magic and find love.
As Hawthorne’s unofficial historian and antique dealer, Makenna Wilson knows everything about the town’s history, but she doesn’t believe in magic until odd things happen in her store. Antiques start matching themselves to customers and a watch stops time for a man who is not her boyfriend. However, Quin Kayhill is the boy she had wished would kiss her thirteen years ago.
Quin, the new director of the chamber of commerce, never has enough time to get to the end of his long list, for which there is never enough time to accomplish all he must do. A complaint about the town’s Christmas plans from Makenna puts him further behind on the plans for the New Year’s Eve celebration. Regardless of how far behind Quin is, he always stops to help a damsel in distress, especially if he can’t stop thinking about her.
A kiss under the Mistletoe changes everything for Quin and Makenna. Unfortunately, that doesn’t make for smooth sailing when her old boyfriend threatens Makenna and the town she loves and a blizzard hits the town. Will the magic of her ancestors help them overcome obstacles in their way and find a happily ever after?
Being swept off her feet wasn’t meant to be literal.
Liberty Belle Covington has always had a plan. Run the family’s bed-and-breakfast, marry her best friend (or a prince who knocks her off her feet,) and keep every Hawthorne tradition alive. Unfortunately, none of her plans are working out. Her grandfather refuses to see she is the best person to inherit Covington House. Her best friend loves someone else. People don’t see the importance of tradition. And for the first time in her life, Liberty has a cold.
Focused on making amends for the biggest mistake of his career, Oliver Bradford doesn’t notice when he slips into old habits—like driving on the left side of the road—and hits Liberty. Unfortunately, she is not impressed with his British accent or his money. Oliver tries to make up for the accident, but Liberty rebuffs his every friendly overture.
Frustrated at not being able to do everything herself, Liberty finally accepts Oliver’s help only to discover that not every prince needs to be of royal blood.
A pharmacist thrown into an apothecary of magical herbs–what could possibly go wrong?
Eden Noyes hasn’t been back to Hawthorne, Massachusetts, since the summer before college. Sure, her ex, celebrity motivational speaker Carter Hughes lives there, and she doesn’t exactly want to see him. And strange things—things she can’t explain—always seem to happen in Hawthorne that don’t anywhere else, but nobody except Grandma Tansy has any idea the real reason she’s been staying away. That is, if Grandma Tansy even remembers. It seems she’s been forgetting everything else. Which is why Eden trudges back to Hawthorne with her secret.
Carter Hughes doesn’t exactly want to see Eden either. She blindsided him years ago when she left, and he’s not about to let her mess with his heart again. Things may not be going so great for him, and Eden Noyes returning to town can only make things worse.
Grandma Tansy says it’s their destiny to end up together, but what does she know? It’s going to take more than magic to make up for the tragic mistakes in their past.
Take a best friend’s brother, add a stubborn candymaker, stir with magic and find love.
Youngest, shortest, stubbornest, Josie Sullivan knows her place among the Covington cousins. She has chased after every dream she’s ever had, except her happily ever after. Being the town’s best candymaker takes a stormy turn when Josie accidentally stirs in some magic. Trying to figure out what to do with her new talent is hard enough without her best friend’s brother slipping into the mix.
Ever since Officer Greg Hastings rescued Josie, he’s felt a need to watch over her. A decade later, he wants to be more than just her best friend’s brother. Trying to convince Josie of his love may take more than magic.
When her stubbornness leads Josie to lose her magical talent, will she lose Greg too?
The only way Claire will get her magic is if the stars finally align. The gravity of not getting it could be disastrous.
Claire Covington is running out of time. Will she be the only Covington cousin not to inherit the family magic, just because she hasn’t fallen in love?
Daniel Thackeray’s life needs a major course correction. After nearly causing an international tragedy, he’s forced to change his career trajectory, but to what?
After decades of orbiting around each other, what will finally bring Claire and Daniel together? They need to figure it out soon, because their hearts and futures aren’t the only ones in jeopardy.