Bestsellers by Liz Isaacson


He's back in town after a successful country music career. She owns a bordering farm to the family land he wants to buy...and she outbids him at the auction. Would you read this second chance enemies-to-lovers cowboy romance?


He's back home to record the band's next album and looking for a soft place to fall after a devastating break-up. She runs the small town bookshop and needs a new boyfriend to get her old one out of her life for good. Can Georgia convince Otis to take another shot at real love when their first kiss was fake?

He’s back in his mountain hometown after an NFL-career-ending injury. She’s in the same small town helping her brother recover after a car racing crash. When Morris and Leighann run into each other at a wedding, he immediately asks her out, only to have a shockingly familiar little boy run up to her and call her “Mama." Would you read this second chance secret baby romance?

He’s been accused of only dating celebrities. She’s a simple line dance instructor in small town Coral Canyon, with a soft spot for kids...and cowboys. Trace could use some dance lessons to go along with his love lessons... Can he and Everly fall in love with the beat, or will she dance her way right out of his arms?

He's dark as night, a single dad, and a retired bull riding champion. With all his money, his rugged good looks, and his ability to say all the right things, Faith has no chance against Blaze Young's charms. But she’s his complete opposite, and she just doesn't see how they can be together...

To save her business, Evelyn will have to risk her heart. And her pride. She knocks on Rhett's door—the only person she thinks will go along with her crazy plan. Would you read this fake marriage between best friends romance?

The Mechanics of Mistletoe

He can be a teddy or a grizzly. She's a genius with a wrench. Can the pretty mechanic tame this cowboy's wild side, or will they both be left broken-hearted this Christmas?

Bestsellers by Elana Johnson

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