A jaded chef—done with men,
A widowed dad in love again,
Recipes are good just recognize,
Sometimes it’s better to improvise.
Piper Frost is embracing her newly-single status when contractor Chad Thomas
crashes her cooking class. Distractingly handsome, his very presence upsets
her. She doesn’t need this. Not him. Not now. But she’s met her match and Chad knows
exactly how to melt this Frost.
What readers are saying:
“Romance, humor, hawt sex?
Yupp, this book has all that!”
Sara Carson is a 30-something widow with a busy life: two fun-loving best friends, a caring mom who needs her, and a thriving sweet shop. What more could a woman want? But when the ancient plumbing in her shop springs a leak and a gorgeous, dark-eyed stranger rushes to her rescue, hilarity unfolds—and Sara quickly sees exactly what she’s been missing.
Something most peculiar draws Landon Richards to Ocean City, Maryland—and to the lovely Sara. This woman touches his heart like no other, and the two of them explore the heady attraction that pulses between them. But haunting dreams have a way of encroaching on reality, and the strange phenomenon that brings these two together will also threaten to tear them apart.
This is the first book in the Ocean City Boardwalk Series, where life for three enterprising women, Sara, Heather, and Cathy, isn’t just fun in the sun—love is waiting on those sandy shores!
What readers are saying:
“Fasano delivers tender honesty and sweet sexiness in this beach read...” ~Publishers Weekly
"Donna Fasano is a keen observer of human nature and creates characters that ring true to life." ~BigAl from Books And Pals Review Blog
Welcome to MillFalls, a quintessential Ohio town
complete with historic buildings, tree-lined streets…and gossip galore.
Glad Donahue's ready for a fresh start. She's got a new job, a 'new' old house that needs work and good friends to keep her days busy and her mind out of the past, which suits her just fine. She's perfectly happy on her own, and she most certainly does not want a new man in her life. But then a big, burly, dark-eyed hunk of distraction shows up and throws a monkey wrench into her plans.
Mike Kovalski's in big trouble: one date too many and the town gossips have crowned him the biggest sleaze in MillFalls. His straitlaced boss gives him an ultimatum: date a nice girl and clean up his reputation or find another job. After the mess he made of his life, the last thing he wants is a relationship. But the clock is ticking and, desperate, Mike sets his attention to winning over the new girl in town. Because after all, what could be nicer than a librarian?
Glad is as determined to resist Mike as he is to win her, and the gossips are even more determined to blow things out of proportion. Between truth and lies, speculation and surprises, Glad and Mike end up giving the local gossip mill something real to talk about: love.
Welcome back to MillFalls, where the days are getting cooler...and the gossip’s getting hotter.
After nearly twenty years, Matt Slade has returned to LordCounty with two goals: one, to go into business for himself and two, to flush out the man who fathered him and left him to an abusive childhood. But then he’s propositioned on a Wednesday night by the nicest girl in town and his business suddenly gets…complicated.
So much for acting on impulse. After being rejected-and ejected-from his bar, April has avoided Slade’s and its surly owner. But Fate-and her book club-brings them back together and an inexplicable friendship is born. Matt encourages April to take just a taste of the wild life she’s been wanting and April brings her sweetness and sunshine to Matt’s grumpy little world.
Stepping away from expectations is never easy. Gossip, family ties and a big misunderstanding puts April and Matt’s relationship on the rocks time and again but they keep coming back together, both needing the connection they only find with each other. They could be headed for the love of a lifetime...if Matt’s secret doesn’t tear them apart.
Aibileen is a black maid in 1962 Jackson, Mississippi, who's always taken orders quietly, but lately she's unable to hold her bitterness back. Her friend Minny has never held her tongue but now must somehow keep secrets about her employer that leave her speechless. White socialite Skeeter just graduated college. She's full of ambition, but without a husband, she's considered a failure. Together, these seemingly different women join together to write a tell-all book about work as a black maid in the South, that could forever alter their destinies and the life of a small town...
A #1 New York Times bestseller that inspired an Oscar nominated film.
Do you believe in destiny? Love and destiny walk hand in hand in this touching, heartwarming trio of stories. USA Today bestselling authors Bette Lee Crosby, Tanya Anne Crosby, and Julianne MacLean at their finest.
MEMORY HOUSE—a Bed and Breakfast where friendship turns to love.
LADY'S MAN—Annie learns that letting go has as much to do with embracing the present as it does with shedding the past.
THE COLOR OF DESTINY—even when all seems hopeless, could it be that everything happens for a reason, and we end up exactly where we are meant to be?