Laura Stevenson needs to get away. She is looking for isolation. She is looking for tranquility. Instead, she finds Jack.
Laura thinks she has found the perfect place to spend a summer working on her book, a small cottage on the North Sea in Scotland. There will be no kids, no memories of the perfect life she once had, and no distractions.
A chance meeting with the mysterious Jack Ross changes everything. No matter how hard she tries to fight her desires for the sexy gardener with green eyes and a chiseled body, she just can’t stay away from him.
But what Laura doesn’t know, is that Jack is running from his past and it’s about to catch up with him. Laura is about to enter a world she could not even dream of writing. Can Jack and Laura mend each other’s broken hearts, or will it all crumble apart as they try to bring down the one man that could destroy them both?
Sofia Buck fled Hampton Beach a decade ago, never looking back until her father’s untimely death forces her to return for the summer to deal with the family business. Her one goal: sell Buck’s Landing, so she can move on with her life.
Silas Wilde believes in serendipity, especially when it brings an irresistible woman into his life. He’s certain they belong together, and sets out to convince Sofia to give him—and Hampton—a chance at forever.
Rediscovering the magic of her hometown with Silas tempts Sofia with a future she never imagined, if only she can let go of the past that waits around every corner.
Buck’s Landing is the first in a collection of steamy, standalone New England seacoast romances.
Three 60-year old BFFs lives are simultaneously broadsided—Fifi a private-plane-rich Beverly Hills housewife; Lily, a celebrity herbalist; and Olive, a 21st century “sexy old maid” journalist.
Fifi’s husband drops dead, leaving her bankrupt. Lily is arrested for dealing weed because of her lowlife husband. Meanwhile, her house burns down. Olive learns she has the BRCA1 gene and needs a bilateral mastectomy to lower her risk for breast cancer. Her editor gives her one chance to write a smash hit story or her career is over.
After the homeless, husbandless, broke friends sob their eyes out over their downfall, Lily formulates a cream that erases their post-cry under eye bags, the active ingredient being CBD from, yes, weed.
Staying ahead of the bankruptcy courts, they sell Fifi’s estate at a garage sale, then sneak off to vault three million bucks.
Lily shares her under eye bag formula with Laine Marin, a venomous anti-drug DA candidate. Lily then launches her website with before and after pics of Laine.
Now the three are fugitives.
They hole up at an illegal grow deep in the forest where they’ve gone to acquire weed to produce the cream. Meanwhile they hope LA women will support them by voting for an initiative to legalize marijuana, which will save them AND their business.
All of this and the three have managed to fall in love along the way.
But Laine Marin has them tracked down and arrested, and reality really sets in.
After the worst fight of their relationship, the last place Stephanie wants to be is a wedding reception. She still can’t get over what happened. Could their five years of marriage be destroyed after a blast of heated words? Johnny suggested separating. Separating! Now with her marriage on the line, she has to put on a brave face and pretend love is grand.
Johnny doesn’t know why he’d freaked out the way he had and is left with one emotion. Regret. He doesn’t want to lose Stephanie. He must find her and make things right.
Stephanie enters the reception, fearing the end of her marriage. Johnny has something else in mind—a much more decadent proposal that will turn her friend’s wedding into an event they’ll never forget.
Late nights by a roaring fire, star-gazing with the cute park ranger, lazing around the balmy beach—sounds like a perfect summer vacation, doesn’t it? Cherry loves camping so much she doesn’t even mind spending a week with her nosy parents. Anyway, camping is kind of their family tradition.
That’s why Cherry’s so upset when her father invites his recently-divorced friend, Phil, along. A geeky guest intruding on their family vacation? Not fair!
But when Phil arrives at the campground… WOW! Was he always so cool? No, definitely not. When she was younger, Phil had been just another dorky dad. Now he’s stylish and fun and even pretty hunky! Divorce suits him nicely, as far as Cherry’s concerned.
Phil is the last man in the world who should be turning Cherry’s head, but the fact that their love is forbidden makes it that much tastier. The forest isn’t big enough to keep two lovelorn people apart… even if they’re totally wrong for each other.
This book contains scenes some readers may find offensive. It is intended for mature audiences only.