Book 3: The Day He Stopped In - eBook
A widowed park ranger, her twelve-year-old son, and the Chief of Police who's secretly kept an eye on both of them... Janey Germaine is tired of entertaining tourists in Olympic National Park all day and trying to keep her twelve-year-old son occupied at night. When long-time friend and the Chief of Police, Adam Herrin, offers to take the boy on a ride-along one fall evening, Janey starts to see him in a different light.
Adam has had a crush on Janey since college. But she married his best friend and started a family before her husband died in a tragic accident. Since then, he's been hiding his feelings and biding his time because of Jess, Janey's son. But as he and the boy spend more time together, he wonders if maybe they're all finally ready to move on...including Janey.
He figures if he just keeps stopping in on them, she might finally start to see him too.
Do Adam and Janey have the courage to take their relationship out of the friend zone?
Book 4: The Day He Said Hello - eBook
A firefighter and his high school sweetheart who's returned to their beachside hometown...and doesn't want to be there. Can the day he said hello start a new relationship that will last this time? Bennett Patterson is content with his boring firefighting job, puttering around in his wood shop, and spending evenings with his big great dane. At least he thinks so. He's been divorced for seven years, and at least he knows what each day is going to bring—and it's not heartache.
When he gets called out to a fire, he comes face-to-face with his high school girlfriend, Jennie Zimmerman, who swore she'd never return to Hawthorne Harbor. The kiln just sparked, she says. She doesn't need the firefighters there, she insists. But to get her art studio back up and running, she does need some recommendations—and some cash.
Thankfully, Jennie has been commissioned for several pieces at Magleby Mansion, which is undergoing a west wing remodel. Bennett is there too, putting his carpentry skills to good use. Jennie is definitely not looking for love, as she's coming off being left at the altar by her fiancé only six months ago.
But as she and Bennett spend more and more time together, their old flame is rekindled.
Can Bennett and Jennie make their relationship stick this time? Or will she once again choose a different path?
Book 5: The Day He Let Go - eBook
A K9 cop, the woman he hires to build him a deck, and the magic of Christmas that could bring Trent and Lauren together this holiday season... Police officer Trent Baker lost his wife four years ago and moved back to Hawthorne Harbor so his parents and sister could help with his toddler. He trains K9 police dogs for the force, raises his son–and needs a new deck. So he calls Lauren Michaels, a general contractor and the woman who asked him out years ago.
Lauren has made a name for herself in the beach town of Hawthorne Harbor, but finding a man to share her life with hasn't been easy. She knows Trent can't remember when she asked him out, but as they start working together on the Festival of Tree and his backyard, she's hoping to build a relationship with him.
But she doesn't like kids, and he's got a six-year-old. As she works through some of her maternal issues, she realizes Trent might not be as interested in her as she is in him. He feels disloyal to his first wife, but he desperately wants a mother for Porter.
Can Trent learn to let go of the past so he and Lauren can find love and build a family?
Book 6: The Day He Came Home - eBook
A wounded Marine returns to Hawthorne Harbor years after the woman he was married to for exactly one week before she got an annulment...and then a baby nine months later. Can Hunter and Alice make a family out of past heartache? Hunter Magleby hasn't been back to Hawthorne Harbor in nine years. His parents have moved from the small beach town, but Hunter feels called to return to his roots after a career-ending injury overseas. He limps, literally, back into town, some unfinished business between him and the wife he left all those years ago.
Alice Kopp got an annulment only a week into the marriage, and she hasn't heard from Hunter since. She sees him almost every day though, when she looks into her son's eyes, so much like his father's. Yes, Westin is a spitting image of Hunter, and Alice dreads the day she'll have to introduce the two of them, because Hunter will be furious with her.
When Hunter goes to the hospital for his physical therapy appointment, he runs into Alice, who works as a nurse in the NICU. She's eating lunch with her son, and when her mother shows up to pick up the boy so Alice can go back to work, it becomes a jolly good family reunion.
Hunter just didn't realize
he was part of the family. He's furious with Alice but also desperate to get to know the son he didn't know he had. As he battles his war injury, his depression, and his anger with Alice, only two things calms him: his therapy dog and his son. The more time he spends with Westin, the more he has to see Alice too, and the old flame that was there almost a decade ago is still burning brightly.
Will the day he came home open a new door for Hunter and Alice to find a way to forgive one another and build a family with their son?
Book 7: The Day He Asked Again - eBook
A Coast Guard captain would rather spend his time on the sea...unless he's with the woman he's been crushing on for months. If Dave asks just one more time, will Brooklynn give their second chance at romance another shot? David Reddington has spent years in the Coast Guard, and his career brings him a lot of joy. But he’s lonely even surrounded by his crew, and he feels like he’s perpetually looking out to the ocean, hoping and wishing he could be as fulfilled on land as he is at sea.
Brooklynn Parrish lost her husband three years ago to an accident on the ocean, and she can’t bring herself to accept Dave’s invitations to dinner. Or lunch. Or even coffee. How he can go out on his ship each day baffles her, and she’s not willing to lose another loved one to the relentless ocean waves.
But Dave only has eyes for her, and when they get put together to organize Hawthorne Harbor’s Spring Fling, Brooklynn can’t deny the attraction between them. As they go through the bachelor auction, tour the blooming apple orchards, and judge the dessert bake-off, their relationship deepens and strengthens.
Will she be strong enough to battle the unyielding ocean? Or will she lose her heart to another man destined for a catastrophe at sea?
The Day He Left Town - eBook He’s waiting for a promotion to come through. She’s back in her hometown after a humiliating break-up. Can Tony and Cat make their second chance stick this time?
Anthony Herrin has followed his older brothers into public service, but he’s anxious to get back into the Forest Service. He’s waiting for his final interview to be scheduled, so running into his high school and college girlfriend at the top of one of their favorite hikes…not in his plans.
The Forest Service separated Catherine Magleby from Tony once before, and while she’s got a gypsy spirit too, and she’s not keen to stay in the small town where she grew up, her heart is in no condition to be broken again.
Will Tony and Cat be able to find their off-beat brand of happily-ever-after?